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Total Defense Unlimited Security crap software - FAR at Staples, convert rewards + money maker!
Total Defense Unlimited Security software is at Staples for $19.99 with a $20 MIR[stapleseasyrebates.com] right now. Add in the 20% discount from the bag promotion (in store, nothing needed) and it's a money maker. Convert your rewards over to dollars and make money on the deal.
What does the software do? Who makes it? Who cares? Maybe it formats your hard drives behind your back, or spams your Outlook contacts with messages of love. It's not like I'm going to install it, mine met my trash can 30 seconds after I cut out the UPC. It's so unknown that I couldn't find it on the Staples website. It's UPC #817839011554, I don't have a sku.
Still here's an easy way of converting over some Rewards to dollars. Note that some of this info was buried away in the Staples paper thread, but had no real info or note in the title/OP so this deserves its own (not a repost). Props to Elementary_Watson for first spotting this.
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Note post 170 for possible problems with one envelope submission being denied.
SKUs 101923, 101924 (dunno which goes with which). The software's not listed on Staples website, but you can search the SKU from in-store system through an associate. IIRC this was one of the security softs advertised a couple times in the weekly ad after BF. Rebate forms print out at register but you can also get them from the website. TD Premium $50 MIR[stapleseasyrebates.com] TD Unlimited $20 MIR[stapleseasyrebates.com]
(same rebate offer number 12-31281, but it's "limit 1 rebate per SKU/name/address/household")
Terms are there, not gonna bother copypasta here. Nothing about having to register/install softs but it does say "valid for end users, excludes resellers" (but terms don't say how they enforce it).
The terms of my last total defense rebate required it to be activated prior to claiming rebate. Now, I don't think they actually check but that is what the terms say. Just a heads up.
Simple Rebate Steps.
1. Buy product(s)
2. Address envelope to TX rebate address that's on your receipt.
3. Fill out top part of rebate redemption form with name, address...
4. Check bottom part for if you want a check or staples card as form of payment
5. Put the rebate redemption form in the envelope (rebate receipt not necessary but won't hurt)
6. Attach stamp and mail.
No need to touch the product in any way or go to the website. Both rebates can be combined in one envelope as long as they were bought on the same receipt.
Last edited by dbl118; 06-23-2013 at 05:32 PM..
Reason: step by step process
No....not bandwidth,....time. This shtuff triggers alerts.....which makes us all waste time checking lame duplicate posts. Search....please..
I agree with the OP. If it was not in a title, and it is a way out of rewards (or MM), it definitely deserves its own topic.
I get alerts every time someone posts router drill stuff, should I object and ask that routers be only posted if they are routers of the WiFi kind?
If alerts bother you, just turn them off. No one is forcing you to use them.
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