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Free £10 Marks & Spencer Voucher

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Make a simple call to a freephone number, follow the automated prompts and earn yourself a £10 M&S Voucher !! 1) Phone 0800 369 8181 and select option 2 2) List any 3 of the companies 3) Say Yes… Read More
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Make a simple call to a freephone number, follow the automated prompts and earn yourself a £10 M&S Voucher !!

1) Phone 0800 369 8181 and select option 2
2) List any 3 of the companies
3) Say Yes or No
4) Give your name + address & your voucher will be dispatched in 28 days!

Rias 08005316404 (quote ref: ZGWU)
LV 08005316425
Privilege 08009152448
More Than 0800 1560484 (QUOTE REF: CARTP)
Churchill 08005316263
Direct Line 08001560804
CIS 08001560902 (QUOTE REF: PRESS)
AA 08003698747 (QUOTE REF 181)
Swinton 08005316429
Norwich Union 0800 3698268
Motor Insurance Warehouse 08009152199 (QUOTE REF: MIW)


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#1
Coool!

Rep & Heat Left. :thumbsup:
banned#2
Thanks!!!!!!

Heat & Rep added!
banned#3
dont keep posting in this for a while else they will notice the deluge of calls and no-one will get anything

;)
#4
Gave it a go! Hope it works out ok! Cheers!
#5
saying number not recognised so probably already taken down.
#6
sacred.bamboo
saying number not recognised so probably already taken down.


I just did it just now and it worked out fine -give it another go!
#7
Did anybody watch BBC Three last night between 9pm-10pm?

No thank you!!!
#8
Still getting the unrecognised thing, it is 0800 369 8181 I'm supposed to dial????
#9
Titanium
Did anybody watch BBC Three last night between 9pm-10pm?

No thank you!!!


Well don't leave us hanging, what did they say?
#10
Voted hot - it worked for me.
banned#11
Titanium;2950955
Did anybody watch BBC Three last night between 9pm-10pm?

No thank you!!!

and your point is? :whistling:
#12
Titanium
Did anybody watch BBC Three last night between 9pm-10pm?

No thank you!!!


sacred.bamboo
Well don't leave us hanging, what did they say?


Yes, what did yhey say???????????????????:?
#13
Titanium
Did anybody watch BBC Three last night between 9pm-10pm?

No thank you!!!


Why?
banned#14
Titanium;2950955
Did anybody watch BBC Three last night between 9pm-10pm?

No thank you!!!

DOCUMENTARY: Your Identity For Sale
On: BBC 3 (126)
Date: Thursday 11th September 2008 (Already shown)
Time: 21:00 to 22:00 (1 hour long)

In a look at the increasing problem of identity theft, Rebecca Wilcox investigates how marketeers have been relentlessly tracking and profiling her, then buying and selling her personal information. But Becca is determined to turn the tables on this multi-billion pound marketing industry and sets out to use their tactics against them. When she discovers the perils of her information slipping into the wrong hands, she develops a plan to protect us all and takes it to the top level of government.


Your point is just silly. you only have to give your name & address which anyone can get from a phone book! :roll:

If you pay council tax then your local council regularly sends out your info to any company willing to pay for it (unless you ticked the box to not go on the electoral register whcih most people don't even notice!).
#15
Cool......my voucher will be dispatched within 28 days, easy peasy, lemon squeezy :thumbsup:

H&R added
#16
Nothing in life is free and there's always a cost involved, you just may not know what it is. Sorry, too dodgy for my liking.
#17
Given a go. Thanks
#18
Quickpages (the ones running the promotion) are only just another site sponsored by insurance companies.

http://www.quickpages.org/homestart.aspx
#19
I am confused - what are the other numbers for - can you ring them and get another £10 each? If so, what option number do you press?
#20
csiman

DOCUMENTARY: Your Identity For Sale
On: BBC 3 (126)
Date: Thursday 11th September 2008 (Already shown)
Time: 21:00 to 22:00 (1 hour long)

In a look at the increasing problem of identity theft, Rebecca Wilcox investigates how marketeers have been relentlessly tracking and profiling her, then buying and selling her personal information. But Becca is determined to turn the tables on this multi-billion pound marketing industry and sets out to use their tactics against them. When she discovers the perils of her information slipping into the wrong hands, she develops a plan to protect us all and takes it to the top level of government.


Your point is just silly. you only have to give your name & address which anyone can get from a phone book! :roll:

If you pay council tax then your local council regularly sends out your info to any company willing to pay for it (unless you ticked the box to not go on the electoral register whcih most people don't even notice!).


Well, my point is that I just 'opted out' !

Don't get me wrong: I am not that naive to think my identity is fully protected, I just take common measures to lower the risk of identity fraud as much as possible. My identity worth much more than ten quids!! :whistling:

And by the way, you can not find my address in the phone directory and I have chosen my info be excluded from electoral vote list! :thumbsup:
banned#21
teerex;2951108
Nothing in life is free and there's always a cost involved, you just may not know what it is. Sorry, too dodgy for my liking.

so giving your name & address is dodgy. In that case, do you ever shop online? Are you on the electoral roll?

:roll:
#22
csiman
If you pay council tax then your local council regularly sends out your info to any company willing to pay for it (unless you ticked the box to not go on the electoral register whcih most people don't even notice!).


Not being on the electoral register affects your credit rating, amongst other things.

Im shocked how many people have already decided that they'll give this a go without knowing anything about it! Where did the OP get this from? Who is running this 'offer'?
#23
csiman
so giving your name & address is dodgy. In that case, do you ever shop online? Are you on the electoral roll?

:roll:


I think the point is, anyone can get an 0800 number. Online shopping is completely different to phoning a random number offering you freebies in exchange for your personal information.
banned#24
RobTuck;2951152
Not being on the electoral register affects your credit rating, amongst other things.

Im shocked how many people have already decided that they'll give this a go without knowing anything about it! Where did the OP get this from? Who is running this 'offer'?

1. The tick box is to stop the council selling on your details, not to be on the electoral roll. You have to opt out. Most people dont even see the box! Did you?

2. I'm shocked that so many people find it risky / dodgy for someone to have your name & address. Its not exactly confidential info :whistling:
banned#25
Titanium;2951137

And by the way, you can not find my address in the phone directory and I have chosen my info be excluded from electoral vote list! :thumbsup:

but you will soon be on the id register which is bound to be freely available in the public domain judging by the way the civil service regularly lose data disks ;-)
#26
i dont know if i've missed it - but option 2 on the first number is to discuss an existing insurance
quote you've received.
#27
:giggle: if you have any utilitities then they have already sold your address details on I'm afraid, used to work in telesales and a well know utility company provided us with a list of address and telephone numbers for a minimal fee.

NO ONE IS SAFE lol :whistling:, if the companies listed on Quickpages were aware of being connected I'm sure they would have pulled their link by now if they were scamming

Over & Out :-D
#28
yep i just tried it and it worked for me said it will take up to 28 days for the voucher to arrive
#29
No thanks - £10 isn't enough to cover the annoyance of getting a flood of junk mail for ever more, which is exactly what will happen if you give your name and address to these people.
banned#30
Newbold;2951383
No thanks - £10 isn't enough to cover the annoyance of getting a flood of junk mail for ever more, which is exactly what will happen if you give your name and address to these people.

if you are registered with the MPS then it is illegal to get junk mail. I hardly get any but if I do, then I normally just mail it back to them with a brick ;-)
#31
thanks, worked 4 me
#32
Giving it a miss, tenner is not worth all the phone calls and junk mail I will no doubt receive, I won't vote.
#33
csiman
if you are registered with the MPS then it is illegal to get junk mail. I hardly get any but if I do, then I normally just mail it back to them with a brick ;-)


I am registered, and it's pretty successful, but it won't stop all mail, and if you've asked a company specifically to write to you (as you will have done here) it won't stop that either: ;-)

The MPS can remove your name from up to 95% of Direct Mail lists. It will not stop mail that has been sent from overseas, un-addressed material or mail addressed to The Occupier. You can expect to continue to receive mailings from companies with whom you have done business in the past. You may also receive mailings from small, local companies. If you wish these mailings to be stopped, you must notify these companies directly. It will take up to 4 months for the Service to have full effect although you should notice a reduction of the mail during this period.
#34
banned#35
Newbold;2951570
I am registered, and it's pretty successful, but it won't stop all mail, and if you've asked a company specifically to write to you (as you will have done here) it won't stop that either: ;-)

The MPS can remove your name from up to 95% of Direct Mail lists. It will not stop mail that has been sent from overseas, un-addressed material or mail addressed to The Occupier. You can expect to continue to receive mailings from companies with whom you have done business in the past. You may also receive mailings from small, local companies. If you wish these mailings to be stopped, you must notify these companies directly. It will take up to 4 months for the Service to have full effect although you should notice a reduction of the mail during this period.

There was no question of subscribing to junk mail so I did not ask for any when signing up.

As I said, I dont mind receiving some (I get about 1 or 2 bits a month) as I love going in the post office with a brick and mailing it back to them.
#36
cool this is good as i shop at m&s quite a bit will be gr8 if i get my tenner but i doubt it very much lol:) but hey its def worth a try and what harm is gettin junk mail just stick it in the recycle bin im doing my bit at least also it does sound to good to be true :p:p
#37
Newbold
No thanks - £10 isn't enough to cover the annoyance of getting a flood of junk mail for ever more, which is exactly what will happen if you give your name and address to these people.


Agreed. Exactly the same thing will happen if you enter all the competitions that are posted on here as well!
#38
Junk Mail Is Through The Door All The Time Anyway ,just Hope It Works
#39
The only junk mail I get these days is hand delivered and is for local supermarkets. If I could be bothered to put a sign up saying 'No unsolicited mail please' I would probably get none!
#40
blued u must be the only 1 in uk that does not get junk mail of postie then:roll: lol

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