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|10-10-2013 10:28 AM|
Well, I've always had a love/hate relationship with rebates. Love them when you can get a slick deal, but hate them when you have to go thru obscene terms and/or deal with the rejections.
They try to get you to bite on subscription programs (no thanks!), they keep up the pressure to buy something where it says "FREE" in a 30 pt font, but "one per person/household" in 6 pt font and the store you buy it at may not back you up (NewEgg and Fry's are exceptions).
I say vote with your dollars and reject these software manufacturers that hand out bogus rejections!
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|09-27-2013 09:09 AM|
Yeah - if you get an order for Gary the Creep its probably a wise idea to cancel it.
http://www.gac1.com/ is who he was talking about im prettysure
Oh look at that, its RIGHT ON THEIR WEBSITE under about us: "G.A.C. currently conducts sensitive investigations for Microsoft Corporation, Atlas Air, Polar Air, Symantec Corporation, among others."
|09-24-2013 07:22 PM|
Is anyone else concerned about this?
Who would have though selling some old stuff that is collecting dust could be this trouble some.
|09-23-2013 08:51 AM|
By the way, I didn't sell to that investigator guy for 79.99. I only sold it to him for 10.99.
I do all sorts of rebates and apparently I haven't been reading these fine prints on these software items. This is the first time I did a Norton Rebate though.
Well they got me this time.
|09-23-2013 08:31 AM|
so which rebates all you to resell them?
I will just do those that allows you to resell next time.
|09-23-2013 07:53 AM|
I used my real name and address and I only brought 1 copy and did 1 rebate. So would that be consider illegal?
Surely that can't be considered mail fraud can it?
|09-22-2013 10:27 PM|
Unless mail fraud is involved, the most they can do is to not pay the rebate and apparently blacklist you from doing any future rebates with them.
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|09-22-2013 08:51 PM|
That must be in the little word of the rebate terms and conditions.
Which rebate have those terms and conditions. I only see it on Norton products.
Does that mean I am in trouble if I sold it? What will they do? Deny my rebate? Sue me? Arrest me?
|09-22-2013 02:05 PM|
Offer not available to OEM manufacturers, resellers, or on any products to be auctioned or resold.Many other manufacturer rebates include similar restrictions.
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