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E2SAVE cash back details/help

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
Hi all, my cash back starts with my next bill, this is my first experience with cashbacks and need as much info as possible so that I get it right.
So if anyone can give me any info to ensure I do it right so they can't wangle out of paying, ie correct address exactly what to post etc...
I would be very grateful.
TIA
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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Sorry I don't have the address as I don't use E2Save, however have used other cashback deals.

My advice is pretty simple, make sure you follow the rules described on the cashback claim form, photocopy all documents you send, plus send your claim form recorded delivery.

Following these rules, I've always had my cashback paid.
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make sure u get the months right as they told me the wrong months, and make sure you send the little voucher thing with ur entire bill. always recorded. the address is on the claim voucher things
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My advice is ... don't act on advise! Just print out the t's and c's you were sent on confirmation of your order and follow them. Use the postal address on the t's and c's rather than the one on the vouchers if they differ (which they sometimes do!). This is your 'contract' and will be used in the small claim court if it went wrong, not someone else's opinion or hearsay. e2save are generally pretty reliable if you follow the t's and c's.
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thanks all
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ohdaesu
thanks all


Recorded delivery is important though. Or, if you really want to be safe, Special Delivery with consequential loss cover (that bit's important). :thumbsup:
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duckmagicuk2
Recorded delivery is important though. Or, if you really want to be safe, Special Delivery with consequential loss cover (that bit's important). :thumbsup:


Was going to say that too!

For ultimate piece of mind use special delivery with consequential loss insurance, that way if Royal Mail lose or delay it so the claim doesn't go through then you claim off Royal Mail instead.

You only have 14 days in which to claim though I think so check for delivery and claim as soon as possible if there's a problem.

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