Found 15th Mar 2009
I've noticed a hell of a lot of these credit vouchers for sale on ebay. been tempted on buying them as you can sometimes save yourself a few £s. but how come so many sellers have so many of them?
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M&S give companys an heavy discount for them to buy these to give to customers as incentives, ie sky give you £50 worth, my parents sent off for some Times discount vouchers and they came with £50 worth of M&S vouchers too, a lot of insurance companies give them out as incentives to sign up etc. Sunlife over 50 plan give £50 worth after you have made your first months premium of about £7 which is cancellable after the first month and the vouchers are yours to keep, many people do this (even under 50's just alter your DOB) other free gifts include sat nav, 15" LCD and case of wine, all for £7 spend!

Not too sure about B&Q though as ive never seen those offered.
I will make it simple for you...
B&Q and M&S both offer credit vouchers for items without a receipt. Therefore, people steal items, and return them to both stores. A credit voucher will get the thief up to 90% its full value back, where as selling the item would only get them maybe 40%.

(obviously some people are genuine).

People within both organisations have good links with ebay, and can get the sellers info and history very easily :thumbsup:
I got £50 M & S vouchers from Sky. Have only spent £4 so far so I might check out ebay.
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