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Posted 12th May

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Last time it didn't track for myself and many others (I did it via incognito mode so cookies and everything cleared and reset). All this time later I'm still waiting for the outcome of my appeal.

Not worth the hassle.
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 12th May
Worthwhile going to the money saving expert credit club to get a higher level of Experian access plus various other bits for free
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Don’t they make money off your data
Does
badabling12/05/2020 21:12

Don’t they make money off your data



Doesn't everybody? If you are a Facebook user your data is constantly being used.
Worthwhile going to the money saving expert credit club to get a higher level of Experian access plus various other bits for free
Last time it didn't track for myself and many others (I did it via incognito mode so cookies and everything cleared and reset). All this time later I'm still waiting for the outcome of my appeal.

Not worth the hassle.
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 12th May
Sparkz2k1612/05/2020 21:38

Last time it didn't track for myself and many others (I did it via …Last time it didn't track for myself and many others (I did it via incognito mode so cookies and everything cleared and reset). All this time later I'm still waiting for the outcome of my appeal.Not worth the hassle.



Thanks for letting us know.
Nujol12/05/2020 21:15

Worthwhile going to the money saving expert credit club to get a higher …Worthwhile going to the money saving expert credit club to get a higher level of Experian access plus various other bits for free


Thanks! I wasn’t aware of this. Just signed up!
hu55ey12/05/2020 21:53

Thanks! I wasn’t aware of this. Just signed up!


No worries. It’s great used it for years now. Very good when looking to switch around credit card especially if one finds one is pre-approved for a card!
i did this back in March and the £4 tracked and paid out with no problem
Nujol12/05/2020 21:15

Worthwhile going to the money saving expert credit club to get a higher …Worthwhile going to the money saving expert credit club to get a higher level of Experian access plus various other bits for free


This. The score is pretty meaningless without the report, which they'll charge you for
I did this ages ago and never got the cashback :-( I just checked my history of earnings and it's not there. I dunno what I did wrong!
slydoll13/05/2020 00:21

I dunno what I did wrong!


Errr what you did wrong was not open a support ticket to lodge a missing claim? Your loss
Worth looking to see how shocking their data is, appalling service.
Use credit karma for free
junk1513/05/2020 08:26

Use credit karma for free


When the were called Call Credit back in 2014. I got a promotional email about a community pub opening in the next village and it said my info was provided by Call credit. I was on holiday at the time in my motorhome! The only thing I could put it down to was using the free wifi (after registering) in the Pub in the village I was staying near. Shocked me at the time how they could target the ad at me.
Spod12/05/2020 21:14

Does Doesn't everybody? If you are a Facebook user your data is constantly …Does Doesn't everybody? If you are a Facebook user your data is constantly being used.


Facebook is data I don’t care about. They’re welcome to know what football team I support. In terms of financial data it’s a different ball game. They’re know all your spending activity & what accounts you have. I’d avoid at all costs
HerefordCiderApples13/05/2020 10:41

When the were called Call Credit back in 2014. I got a promotional email …When the were called Call Credit back in 2014. I got a promotional email about a community pub opening in the next village and it said my info was provided by Call credit. I was on holiday at the time in my motorhome! The only thing I could put it down to was using the free wifi (after registering) in the Pub in the village I was staying near. Shocked me at the time how they could target the ad at me.


Actually credit karma recommended by Barclays to their customers...
Sparkz2k1613/05/2020 06:19

Errr what you did wrong was not open a support ticket to lodge a missing …Errr what you did wrong was not open a support ticket to lodge a missing claim? Your loss


I didn't know how long to give it :-/ sometimes it takes ages to go through.
slydoll14/05/2020 22:01

I didn't know how long to give it :-/ sometimes it takes ages to go …I didn't know how long to give it :-/ sometimes it takes ages to go through.


If it doesn't show in 24 hours, it's never likely to show. You out a claim in right away, it goes "on ice" until 7 days have passed then they investigate. It can take quite a while. I've been waiting since the deal was last posted so probably 6 weeks or so now.
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