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Nokia 2330 £1.67 per month by [email protected] e2save
Nokia 2330 £1.67 per month by redemption@ e2save

Nokia 2330 £1.67 per month by [email protected] e2save

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On T-mobile with 100 mins and 100 texts. 18 month contract.

* Point and click for easy photos with the VGA camera

* Capture video with the video record function

* Surf the internet with a built in WAP browser

* Tune in and listen to news and shows with the FM radio

* Share files with Bluetooth connectivity

* Freedom to move with the built in handsfree function

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Redemption with e2save is like going to hell and back. I would steer clear of these cashback deals. The only way they can make their money is by trying to avoid giving cashback to customers, and they use so many sly techniques to do this.

It wont be too soon until they ban redemption deals,

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hdizzle;6610764

Redemption with e2save is like going to hell and back. I would steer … Redemption with e2save is like going to hell and back. I would steer clear of these cashback deals. The only way they can make their money is by trying to avoid giving cashback to customers, and they use so many sly techniques to do this.



could you give some examples, please?

Good Luck with your claims, hope you keep track of the dates and send your claims by Royal Mail Special Delivery (tracked) and hope the company doesn't go bust for the next 2 years..

dealslover;6610829

could you give some examples, please?



For example ]this review. This is one of many many situations I assure you. I've experienced simular antics from this company, so I would steer clear of their cashback 'deals'

Wouldn't touch a redemption deal with a big stick.Got shafted by Onestophoneshop myself a couple of years ago so go for something cheap in the first place rather than rely on getting YOUR cash back off them.

Cold, no need to explain why!

hdizzle;6610893

For example ]this review. This is one of many many situations I assure … For example ]this review. This is one of many many situations I assure you. I've experienced simular antics from this company, so I would steer clear of their cashback 'deals'



So did you send in the correct bill at the right time, and by recorded delivery? if so how did they get away with not paying you the cash back.

Apart from them going bust,unlikely since they're CPW,but there's no guarantee they won't,they can not get out of paying the cashback if you follow their instructions to the letter,

Send the correct bills at the correct time using trackable postage,sometimes recorded doesn't show a signature as they aren't signed for individually due to the bulk mail arriving but royalmail can usually confirm that the letter was delivered anyhow,with special delivery much more care is taken with it in the system so it may well be worth the extra couple of pounds,

The people who don't get the cashback haven't met the conditions,either by not being able to prove delivery,claiming too late,sending wrong bills etc,

Of course e2save know people are going to forget to send bills in time and such like,thats allowed for when they decide on the offers,if 100% of cashback claims were paid out they'd make a huge loss,

Then the problem is once your disqualified from 1part of the cashback claim you lose the right to claim any of the others which would have been due for the duration of your contract,this is stated in the t&c's,so you have to be 100% sure you don't miss any deadlines,miss the first one and you cant even try to claim the 2nd one,

People forget to send,get their timing wrong,then complain e2save wont pay them? They think e2save should overlook them being 2 weeks late sending in a claim because they forgot? E2save and other such cashback redemption deal sites are glad when they have a reason to disqualify a claim,but that doesn't make it a scam,

To take advantage of the redemption deals you need to be very organised,know exactly what your sending and when,if you do that you'll receive your cashback,

If your liable to forget or not prepared to study all the t&c's very very carefully then dont go for a redemption deal.

Had a deal from them about 2 years ago, when I took this out I asked the salesman how they made any money on it, he replied, they hope customers are late with their claim!

grabbit;6611386

To take advantage of the redemption deals you need to be very … To take advantage of the redemption deals you need to be very organised,know exactly what your sending and when,if you do that you'll receive your cashback,If your liable to forget or not prepared to study all the t&c's very very carefully then dont go for a redemption deal.



What if your bill doesn't arrive in time, or doesn't arrive at all, as it happens so often with credit card bills. You also need to keep an eye on the expected dates for your bill and demand a copy should you not have received your bill (and pay extra for the copy). I feel that those cash back deals, whether Quidco, Topcashback or phone deals are just for gamblers. And since Britain is a nation of gamblers, those deals seem to work. Not so in other European countries. I would not touch any of them myself, if you need that kick, go ahead, but it is not a hot "deal", it's a game.

100mins and 100txts? What a waste of time! This is definitely cold. I wouldn't waste my time sending bills in just for so few mins.

Although I've never lost any cashback, I wouldn't get one now. They are too risky now, and it's generally easier to get an almost free deal by selling your handset anyway, or sticking to a sim only and then upgrading.

E2save maybe part of CPW - but they operate under different rules. Cashback deals are no more IMO.

pet2000;6612476

What if your bill doesn't arrive in time, or doesn't arrive at all, as it … What if your bill doesn't arrive in time, or doesn't arrive at all, as it happens so often with credit card bills. You also need to keep an eye on the expected dates for your bill and demand a copy should you not have received your bill (and pay extra for the copy). I feel that those cash back deals, whether Quidco,



Print it off the internet.

Go to agree with grabbit, if you play by the rules you get your monry, if you don't you don't.

We've had loads of these in my family from a number of companies and had no problems.
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