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Martin Lewis
If gift vouchers not accepted from tomorrow and u paid on plastic, even if under £100, then try a 'Chargeback'..,
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Sue 14 Jan 13
that's fine for the consumers, not so much the card issuers!!
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mouthykev 14 Jan 13
HMV go down whilst companies that pay little tax and make great profits from Britain don't
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Fearful Penguin 14 Jan 13
Could that still work if paid for a product on card, took it back and they would only give gift card in return?
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Mark Taylor 14 Jan 13
surely its time to ditch vouchers. Theres no saving AND they expire. Cash may be cras but dont just give it to big corps!
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Carl J 14 Jan 13
what about returning a faulty tablet too hmv?
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Martin Lewis 14 Jan 13
actually chargeback is fine, they just demand money off the retailers bank
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Fraser Cummins 14 Jan 13
Had a DVD for Xmas. Exchanged for £39 voucher. Could you still chargeback!?
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Ian Frampton 14 Jan 13
What would you recommend to those of us with credit on their rewards scheme?
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Clare Coleman 14 Jan 13
thank you for all this information, it helps, & its in basic understandable english not jargon! X
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Sue 14 Jan 13
If a company goes into administration the chargeback will generally fail. Meanwhile card company refund & pay chargeback fee
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Amanda Jayne 14 Jan 13
they won't be accepted according to a friend who works for them.
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Stephen Cannings 14 Jan 13
where do I stand having bought something online at 3pm today?
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Kate Sanwell 14 Jan 13
So will this help me reclaim the £50 I spent on vouchers? Got to be worth a try!
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SeleneSilva 14 Jan 13
how do we stand with waterstones one martin Thanks xx
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Tufail Ahmed 14 Jan 13
It is part of the service / benefits the card issuer provides. It is one of the reasons why I use the cards.
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