Thanks OP, always use a local kwik-fit that are fair/honest. Saved me £5 plus 8% topcashback which always pays out with vouchers = £20 MOT. Code seems to be GSG5MOT2402 now
I've had a bad experience with Kwik fit - I only went for a new tyre. 1) Took off the wrong one 2) Put on a different tyre I asked for 3) Over-inflated it by 6psi 4) Told me I needed all 4 wheels balancing (I only wanted the new one done - the others were already perfect) 5) Didn't replace wheel nut cap correctly - which caused to fly off down motorway. So thats 5 issues for a simple tyre change - no way I'm taking my car in for an MOT, even if it was free. I rather pay for a proper job - than a bodge job, if you love your car then do not use them... 'You can't sh*tter than a Kwik fit fitter'
Not working now.... Oh yes it is! £20 thanks a bunch.
If there is no faults then you are very lucky, no one comes out with no faults from these guys. If you had faults then most times they aren’t faults but them “finding things” hence your cold deal.
Never had an issue that has cost me any extra as passed first time every time, or had become a fault in the many years I’ve had my car, dont get your reply?
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I got the cancellation email too, but noticed they hadn't collected the direct debit yet so I cancelled it. Cheeky buggers then sent me an email complaining about not being able to collect payment (for the subscription they cancelled!!!). Point to note, the page now says for invited users only and states you won't get the points unless you were invited.
I got this just now Thank you for subscribing to The Ultimate Pack (with £150 worth of Nectar points). This subscription was only offered to a group of selected MyMail customers who were sent a personalised email inviting them to take up this offer. As our records show you were not part of that group, unfortunately we are unable to accept your subscription and your payment has now been refunded to you. We apologise for any disappointment caused on this occasion. Kind regards, The Mail team
Me too. Replied to email address supplied stating I had not requested cancellation and requested reinstatement of my subscription (order ref given) per their offer (link given). We'll see....
Had an email today to say that my membership has been cancelled. They have not specified a reason so I've emailed to ask for an explanation.
Posted 25th JanPosted 25th Jan
Compost Bundle 100L (40+40+20L) £7.99 delivered (use NEW code) at Mail Shop£7.99
yep , you can cancel your subscription, I never once suggested or implied that you couldn't .... its just that cancelling your subscription isn't effectively immediately if cancelling after 14 days., infact it states that cancelling the subscription only applies AFTER your minimum term and will then only take effect at the next payment date (thats AFTER the minimum term). The question is , do they mean AT the point of when the 2nd month payment is taken or After the 2nd month payment is taken , that's where the confusion lies. ;) Either way , looks like a pretty cold deal which has now been pulled so its irrelevant now. Good Luck to anyone who took the punt.
the minimum term for the online subscription with £20 gift card is one month as i copy and pasted into the description of the deal. It clearly states one month only. And there’s no interpreting whether or not you are able to cancel a subscription or not. You can, and it clearly states the minimum term is just one month which is what i have paid for. :)
Put like that it is quite simple and cut and dry , problem being it is not put like that, that is your interpretation of the terms. ;) Cancelling after 14 days will only take effect after the minimum term has been reached and wont take effect until the next payment date. Well at the point of reaching the minimum term then payment will likely be taken immediately for the next month and therefore the next payment date would be the beginning of month 3 due to cancellation only taking place AFTER the mimimum term has been reached (which is my interpretation). However your interpretation seems much clearer with wording that is clearly not mentioned in their terms... ' you will not be charged for the next month if cancelling after 14 days' - Their terms do not state that and are therefore clearly open for intepretation.
not really. it’s quite simple. if you cancel before 14 days of paying for one month if you have not used the service you will be refunded the cost of the month you paid for. if you cancel after 14 days which is what you do with this offer, you will not be charged for the next month and will still recieve the gift card. i completely understand the daily mail is an absolutely horrific paper but this is a deal not an advertisement for their service. it’s a good deal whatever your opinion on the paper
Different rules though for cancellation before and after the 14 days (which is the day prior to when they state that the voucher will be despatched to you) Like I said , it is not cut and dry this one.
Posted 27th Sep 2020Posted 27th Sep 2020
Free Bottle (120ml) of Zoflora Disinfectant - emailed voucher from Mail on Sunday (£1.80)£1.80
Maintaining hygiene and cleanliness in homes and workplaces has never been more important, so to help inspire your cleaning routine, we're giving MyMail members the chance to get a… Read more
They don’t put enough postage on the envelope so you have to pay £1.50 to Royal Mail to get it
Received a cheque today. 8)
Thanks for the link, just requested a reimbursement
Had to pay £1.5 for delivery
https://www.jti.com/about-us/contact-us/general-inquiries I used this page to ask for reimbursement (on Tuesday) and I received £1.50 to my Paypal account today. If you don't have PayPal they also offered reimbursement with a cheque.
Posted 1st Aug 2020Posted 1st Aug 2020
40% Off Selected Full Price @ Adidas App With Code (Free delivery for creators club members)£22.23 Free P&P Free
It looks like the 30% codes take off40% on a purchase via the app. I've tried Runfalcon trainers (full price) and Duramo SL and it works. I've also tried other clothing items whi… Read more
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