CCFC Rewards Scheme

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  1. no_loyalty

    no_loyalty Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know how to join this CCFC Rewards Scheme?

    It states on the club website that once you have purchased your 2018/2019 season ticket, you will receive an email on how to sign up, not sure if this is straight away or at a later date?
     
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    Renewed my season ticket in April and its still not showing up on my ccfc account.
     
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    Looks like details will be emailed out soon now the Early Bird has finished.
     

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    Had my email about this today. Have registered but can take 3 days to get log in details? So haven’t been able to see where you can use it yet, apart from it’s advertising video clip which doesn’t tell you much.
     
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    Also waiting for it, I wonder if it is just a cashback type thing?
     
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    Looks like it might be. Some of the ads say ‘discount’ others say cash back.
     
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    had my email about this today... you have to sign up to this carpeo estate planning review ( will and estate consultation ) in order to register for the overall scheme, less im missing something.
     
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    I stopped filling the form in as it looks like you have to book an hours consultation for will service. Still got and email saying I'll get password in 3 days though
     
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    Took me ages to work that one out.

    I was thinking con fused? Electricity? Three pin?
     
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    Hi all
    I finished filling in the form and registered. It compels you to book the consultation to discuss your finances and asks you to choose a date and time.
    I chose a date in December.
    Thing is they send this out to EVERY season ticket holder and this included my 8 year old son! Be interested to see how they suggest he invests his £10 per month pocket money!!
     
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    They’ll perhaps give him advice on how to negotiate a better deal! That’s like £2.50 a week! How can he be expected to live on that? :D
     
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    Only estate I have is the car!
     
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    I did mine April, nothing showing yet.
     
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    When I got to the booking stage I just closed the page. I then got an email saying my login details would be sent to me within three days so I'm hoping I've beaten the system!
     
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    Being an avid user of cashback sites like topcashback which are often best placed for online discounts, word on the street is that you will be able to buy re-usable gift cards for supermarkets (tesco, asda, sains) at a discount which would be an awesome deal. If this is the case, then the savings alone if you put in a jar each month might pay for the bulk of your ST next year.

    Over here in the Isle of Man the only supermarket we have is Tesco, and my work offers a similar scheme where I can buy at 4% discount (with the occasional 6% promo). It soon adds up when you spend ~£600 a month...

    Don't get me wrong, it would be cheaper to shop at Lidl/Aldi etc but if you are going to spend the money at that supermarket anyway it is a no brainer...
     
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    What happens if you just don't turn up?

    They can't do anything with my finances, because I don't have any.

    I had £6 left in my account at the end of this month. How wisely do you think they be able to get me to invest that?
     
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    They’ll get you to invest with those nice people at SISU,
     
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    Can't register as it requires address one, address two, city, I only have a road name and town... and refuses without address two, which I don't have.... so gave up
     
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    Poor system if it won't recognise:-
    Mr. SBU North
    The North
    England
     
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    When someone finally signs up for this 'offer', I'll be genuinely interested to know how much of their soul they have to sell to the devil in order to qualify for a one-off 50% discount on a Costa Coffee at their local Shell garage. What's the saying: when something online's free, you're not the customer, you're the product.
     
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    Anyone had their sign in etc yet? I set this all up and received email saying "
    Attached is the Welcome Pack which provides a comprehensive overview of the benefits that you can start receiving immediately via the scheme." IT was not attached. Plus "Your username and password will be emailed to you in the next 3 working days" Email dated 12th June, not seen these either?
     
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    I've had some random emails from them but not read them.
     
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    I ve a sign in now, passwotd etc.
    i sent them an email saying I was nt impressed and not a good advert for their company. Got log in details within an hour of sending it .
     
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    I’d forgotten all about registering for it, and don’t recall seeing anything in my email with log on details etc!
     
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    Has anybody used this reward system in any supermarket and how does it work?
    I am still totally confused by it all, may be just down to age thing!
     
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    It is like a cashback thing, so if you use their link to buy stuff you get some money back.

    You also get hassled on the phone to book an estate planning thing, not sure who they think we all are.
     
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    Thanks, so I do not get a card like Nectar which I can walk into Sainsburys and use, if it's all online I will pass. If they can find my estate I hope they let me know.
     
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    I had a call from them, only knew who they were when they mentioned CCFC season tickets.

    Wanted to remind me that I’d not booked a financial meeting thingy with them and I could see them on a particular day. Politely told them I wasn’t looking. To book anything, hence me not already having any appointment!
     
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    They are doing a telephone appointment with me tomorrow afternoon. Can nt see the harm in it although I think they ll be disappointed with my " estate".
    I ll let you know what they ask etc etc .
     
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    As promised, an update.
    They did nt call lol.
     
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    Excellent service :D
     

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