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zpeterk
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Referal payments

Can you still receive your referal payments if you leave pn and if so how do you go about it?

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jab1
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Re: Referal payments

@zpeterk I doubt you can, tbh - they are linked to your PN account, so if you don't have one, you can't receive them. I may be wrong on this, but to me, they are a kind of 'thanks for the referral, have a discount off your bill' kind of thing.

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Re: Referal payments

ISTR that you could, but that it has to build up to a certain amount before being payed in bulk rather than every month as a credit.

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jab1
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Re: Referal payments

Is that still in operation, @198kHz ?

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Re: Referal payments

@jab1 Er, pass. I just remember reading a similar query a few years ago.

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Re: Referal payments

So do I, @198kHz  - but that was way before the dead hand of BT took the tiller.😉

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Re: Referal payments


@zpeterk wrote:

Can you still receive your referal payments if you leave pn and if so how do you go about it?


Looks like the answer is no, referral payments won’t be paid out on non-subscription accounts. https://community.plus.net/t5/My-Account-Billing/Loosing-Hundreds-of-Referrals/m-p/1429481/highlight...

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Re: Referal payments

@Thrall Thanks for delving so far back Smiley I didn't realise the policy change was that long ago, but reading that thread brings it back - I knew I'd seen it somewhere.

John