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Chrisv wrote: »
You used to get £4 LTS vouchers for this - how many points did they repay Topher, 400 or 355?
Primrose wrote: »
IS THIS A SCAM EMAIL ?
This morning I received the following email. Given that the address at the bottom of the email is given as the United States, I'm really suspicious and don't want to risk clicking on anything in case my computer is compromised.
Have any other survey recipients received it and how can I find out whether it is genuine or not?
If it's genuine, what exactly is the process supposed to be doing? Setting up the new electronic reward scheme? It's not very explanatory.
Primrose wrote: »
I marvel at the techie people they employ to develop their website. They use such bizarre language in their messaging instructions if yiu need to contact them. What happened to good straightforward English?
What on earth is a "ticket ID" supposed to be? Perhaps I,m just stupid and am suppose to know all these things but I surely can't be the only person confused by some of their instructions or directions and lack of clear language.
Also I have acquired collection of Smarts/rRiIFS which do not appear on my "held"database because people have obviously sent me one but not reported it so I can,t legitimately use them as when preparing an item I either have to include one shown on my "held" database, or state "none included". Nobody seems to have thought of including an "other" option when they designed the system.
It seems tome that they,ve employed a contractor to programme it who really didn,t take the trouble to understand how the system worked and who should have included some contingency options.
All the problems which people are reporting make me wonder how accurate the results really are which they're reporting to the Regulator.
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