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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.

Vanished rebate

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Finally got mine from a purchase made in Aug of 2007.
I had to contact the Los Angeles Better Busines Bureau (www.labbb.org)
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Raidmcom Tech Inc.
15339 East Don Julian Road City of Industry, CA 91745
Contact: Elsa Huang
Phone: (626) 934-9999

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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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.

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