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Reward card problem

Dcr63
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Reward card problem

I switched to Plusnet mobile in October 2022. I spoke to Plusnet last week as I hadn’t heard anything about the £20 reward card I was due. I was told to phone Blackhawk which I did today. They had no records for me and told me to phone Plusnet which I did. I then called Blackhawk again with a reference Plusnet gave me, Blackhawk didn’t recognise this reference or my email address. I then spent 45 minutes trying to get help from Plusnet who told me to speak to speak to Blackhawk as there was nothing else they could do to help me!
Any advice as to what I should do now? I’ve checked my junk emails and there’s nothing there relating to this.
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willcutforth
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Re: Reward card problem

Hey there @Dcr63 I'm sorry you are being given the runaround. Please can you fire across your mobile number and full name over a PM and I will investigate it for you?

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 Will Cutforth
 Plusnet Help Team
Townman
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Re: Reward card problem

Send a Personal Message

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