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Where can i find the rebates page


Savings2go is a known scam .If you have done business with them, check your credit card statements and your bank statements. Check out the following consumer complaint board, http://www.complaintsboard.com/bycompany/savings-2-go-a104220.html

Jul 10, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How do I get what I want from customer service?


We all enjoy services like internet, cell, cable, satellite- however we hate dealing with tech support and customer service. <br /> Why? <br /> Multiple factors include the wait time, foreign call centers, perception of inexperience- and rude agents. <br /> How do I get what I want? <br /> For one thing: Be Polite. Yelling at the agent only makes the agent try and find ways to make your life even more miserable- Think how you would respond to someone screaming at you over something you have next to zero control over- it isn't pleasant! <br /> If you are clear with what you want, be it resolution of a billing issue, service went down, or a complaint through service- it tends to smooth the way if you are calm and rational. <br /> Have your documentation/ device that is failing near you <br /> This is often overlooked- however, especially in issues where it's a billing error, having the documentation is essential. <br /> Let's contrast two scenarios: Customer A has been getting overcharged for a cellphone. He has gotten the original contract with the stated monthly price, and has multiple bills showing the correct amount. He contacts customer services and advises of the issue. On the phone, he is polite to the agent, and states clearly that on X month he was overcharged Y amount of dollars. The agent then goes ahead and processes the credit, which then generates the reference number, and the agent advises of the time frame. Customer A documents the reference number- and in the time-frame provided by the agent receives the credit. <br /> Customer B also got overcharged- however did not have the documentation handy when he placed the call- He then promptly swore at the agent stating that the agent was incompetent for not having his records handy. The agent advised Customer B to stop using harassing language- Customer does not think this is a warning, and continues. The agent then disconnects the call, and Customer B is now flagged as an abusive customer. <br /> This is simplified- however similar scenarios have happened daily. <br /> In my personal life, I had purchased a system that had about $250 in rebates. Now, the moment I got the system, I made 2 copies of the invoice, printed the rebate form and sent out the rebate with a copy of the invoice via certified signature required mail. I retained my invoice, which showed the rebate amount. I had the rebate form copy. I also had the signature receipt showing that I sent the letter, and that the letter was signed for at the rebate processing company. I checked the status, and when I noticed that it said it had not received my rebate (I had the signature receipt in hand!) I contacted customer service for that company. When they stated that it could be in processing and to check the status on the website, I politely stated "I have the signature receipt where someone signed for the letter, however the system does not show my rebate was ever received. If you wish, I would be happy to fax that to you right now" The agent then promptly credited the purchasing credit card for the full amount of the rebate- and provided a reference number. I documented this, and true enough, the next statement showed the credit on the credit card's statement. <br /> How I achieved this is through 3 things: I was polite, I had my documentation, and I had already done the research. <br /> The saying is an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure- an ounce of politeness with an ounce of preparation and research meant I had the credit in the full amount of the rebate in 2 weeks versus fighting w/ the PC company and the rebate company for months. <br /> The same goes for hardware- if you've had an intermittent issue, it makes troubleshooting easier if instead of "it drops" you have "it drops mostly when it rains. I powercycle and it comes back on for about 2 minutes, then drops again" <br /> So, to summarize: <br /> If you have to call customer service, call when you have time to work with the agent. Be Polite! Have your documentation of the problem at hand (billing statements, service contracts, log of what issues you have, whatever) Be clear cut in what you want- the clearer the communication, the easier it is to get what you want out of the call Document Document Document! Oh, in case you forgot- DOCUMENT! <br /> By doing these things- you will not only have a less stressful call- you will have a more productive call. (and you won't have to call back!)

on Jun 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I sent in a rebate request on 07/24/2009. I still


Rebates are notoriously flaky.
I believe the percentage of people who actually get rebates after mailing them in is below 50%.

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Rebates


I believe you've misunderstood something. This website does not provide any rebate fufillment services; it only offers some technical support/instructions repair and recommendations. I do not understand why you've come here looking for a rebate, and hence that is why i suggested you check with the macMall. Again, this site has nothign to do with rebate fulfillment. Good Luck

Aug 31, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My remote working but recevier doesnt get signal


hey,
i have the same problem, have you found a sollution yet?

Apr 12, 2009 | Onkyo TX-DS494 Receiver

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Blackberry Curve 8310


I find this unlikely unless you got it in writing. Why would yo want to cancel it anyway?

Dec 13, 2008 | AT&T BlackBerry Curve 8310 Cell Phone -...

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Trying to get rebate for Greeting Card Factory.


You will have to inquire with the manufacturer (Nova Development)

To claim a rebate:
http://www.novadevelopment.com/Rebate/registration.aspx

To check the status on a rebate request:
http://www.novadevelopment.com/Rebate/check_status.aspx

To check for questions regarding rebates:
http://www.novadevelopment.com/Support/cust_svc/rebate_stat.aspx

Apr 22, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I'm trying to get a Rebate status Item hp pavilion notebook Ser# CNF8040KGB UPC# 8 83585 71565 7 Roger Johnson 1905 Burroughs St. San Diego Ca. 92111 (858)874-3541 Purchaced 2/16/08 Frys...


Rebates are given by either the manufacturer or the retailer. You must contact either of them, depending on from whom the rebate is coming, to see the status of your rebate.

Mar 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Unable to check on rebate-received no notice of receipt-ending 29 Jan 08-purchased 27 Jan 08 and $40 rebate mailed in.


If it was a manufacturer rebate from Raidmax you can email them at rebate@raidmax.com. I would try to have as much info as possible. I know most rebates usually require a copy of sales receipt and some sort of form and maybe the upc code from the box. I always make copys of everything I send in for a rebate for just this sort of thig thing. Let them know everything as far as date sent, name,product, rebate info, etc. If it was a store rebate the same rules apply but check on their website or ask the store what to do. Once again make sure you have as much info as possible and be patient. I know by experience these things can take a while. Good luck and hang in there.

Feb 25, 2008 | RaidMax NINJA 918 ATX Case

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