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HU NCP has launched the AT&T Preferred Customer Benefit Program! For current and new NCP members

rugame2 2,158 533 December 20, 2013 at 01:32 PM in Survey (2)
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Last Edited by rugame2 December 20, 2013 at 01:45 PM
NCP has launched the AT&T Preferred Customer Benefit Program! If you are an AT&T customer and have been participating on the panel for at least 3 months, you may be eligible for a 25% discount on your wireless plan, along with other special offers. This exclusive discount is only available through the panelist website, and enrollment takes just a few clicks! Certain restrictions apply.

Click here for more details about the program and how to enroll.

https://www.ncponline.com/

PROGRAM BENEFITS INCLUDE:

25% discount on qualifying wireless plans and accessories
$50 credit for phone upgrades (credit expires 7/31/2015)
$75 credit for new phone lines (credit expires 7/31/2015)
Waived activation fee (new activations on qualified plans)

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NCP, yuck!
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NCP, yuck!
I've never heard of them, but guessing from your comment, they are no good?
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do they mailed the scan to your home?
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I have been a member for about 5 years. They want you to scan all of your groceries and products that you buy with their scanner. In return, you get points that you can use to redeem for prizes. They provide the scanner,

I like the fact that I can get a 25% discount on my cell phone bill, and other benefits related to my cell phone bill. Every little bit helps.
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I've never heard of them, but guessing from your comment, they are no good?
I've had nothing but horrible experiences with them. I signed up to receive the scanner. They sent me one promptly. They do expect that you make at least 2 or 3 transmissions to them every week. We traveled abroad for 3 weeks, so obviously, I could not send them any data. They called me non-stop and sent me e-mails that they wanted their equipment back. They sent me dozens of letters in the mail and e-mails almost every day and then turned me over to a collection agency. They are relentless. Unless you are going to be super diligent and scan every grocery item you buy, this panel is not for you. It is quite honestly a lot of work.
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I've had nothing but horrible experiences with them. I signed up to receive the scanner. They sent me one promptly. They do expect that you make at least 2 or 3 transmissions to them every week. We traveled abroad for 3 weeks, so obviously, I could not send them any data. They called me non-stop and sent me e-mails that they wanted their equipment back. They sent me dozens of letters in the mail and e-mails almost every day and then turned me over to a collection agency. They are relentless. Unless you are going to be super diligent and scan every grocery item you buy, this panel is not for you. It is quite honestly a lot of work.
I received an email that my scanner had shipped! I am thinking maybe I should just return to sender! Is it really that bad?EEK!
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I received an email that my scanner had shipped! I am thinking maybe I should just return to sender! Is it really that bad?EEK!
Yes! Consider yourself warned! Only keep the scanner if you are going to send them transmissions from your grocery purchases, every day. It really is a lot of work, in my opinion.
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Yes! Consider yourself warned! Only keep the scanner if you are going to send them transmissions from your grocery purchases, every day. It really is a lot of work, in my opinion.
Thank you for the heads up! I am not even going to open it, just send it back and tell them no thanks!
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I scanned all my purchases for a year and never received a penny for all my hours of work. You have to scan every item you buy. Sometimes it would take an hour because a lot of the items don't scan and you have to enter them manually. I finally quit and they hounded me for the scanner back immediately. I will never deal with them again.
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I scanned all my purchases for a year and never received a penny for all my hours of work. You have to scan every item you buy. Sometimes it would take an hour because a lot of the items don't scan and you have to enter them manually. I finally quit and they hounded me for the scanner back immediately. I will never deal with them again.
I was excited about doing this initially. As time went on, it took a toll, time wise. I found myself doing this for hours on end before I decided it was not worth it.
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I've had nothing but horrible experiences with them. I signed up to receive the scanner. They sent me one promptly. They do expect that you make at least 2 or 3 transmissions to them every week. We traveled abroad for 3 weeks, so obviously, I could not send them any data. They called me non-stop and sent me e-mails that they wanted their equipment back. They sent me dozens of letters in the mail and e-mails almost every day and then turned me over to a collection agency. They are relentless. Unless you are going to be super diligent and scan every grocery item you buy, this panel is not for you. It is quite honestly a lot of work.
I had the same issues with them. They are relentless with calling and sending post cards in the mail. Eventually I just sent the scanner back. It was just too stressful to try and make sure I sent everything in. I don't know about anyone else, but when I got to the grocery store, i often have to buy over 100 items. That's very time consuming to scan, plus enter all the price, sale and coupon info. I just didn't feel as though what they were offering in return was worth all that.
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