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michaelbailey wrote: »
Sounds like something from Viz:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Tiger_greeneyes wrote: »
A few years ago I contacted Lush to enquire about one of their ingredients. I had a lengthy conversation with the lady and I blagged my way into being one of their human testers. I regularly get all kinds of products to test and report back on. It's saved me a fortune and I get to try all their new suff free :j
kerrydrobertson wrote: »
ive ben sending letters and emails to companies for years and have always had something back whether it be vouchers or samples.
mean_momma wrote: »
Better still, send an email! Some supermarkets seem to automatically send out £10 vouchers if you email customer services with feedback
luxor4t wrote: »
...By the way: Most large retailers run an 'employee of the week/month' reward scheme...
Rudolph_Hucker wrote: »
Whatever do you mean? It's not sneaky at all and just who do you think is losing out? If people don't mark their property in this way how would it help them if you didn't mark it before it was sold?
I have been retired 7 years now and this little scam has kept me in a life of luxury I could never have dreamed of whilst I was working. I have now rented a flat in Harpenden as I find that the quality of goods returned is much better there.
I am planning more rental addresses as my business expands and will soon be buying a van to assist with my property collections.
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