Anyone else received an invitation to complete a TH satisfaction survey?
Nope, but if I did those buttons would make me put that one in the trash immediately.... Looks home made.
I would advice you to ask TH customer support. If it's spam it would be imortant for TH to be aware of it.
I got it on my SPAM folder, but haven't answered it yet.
I was called up to participate in an in-person, hourlong survey for TAG paying like $300. Would have been an interesting conversation, but unfortunately they were working on older contact info from before I moved to CA.
I received it and deleted it.
It's a long survey, but it seems they are finally considering adding financial services with a payment plan for their boutiques. That would be a great addition, but they should also consider a loyalty program.
You mean that people will be offered to borrow money to buy luxury goods??
The south park episode comes to mind where Cartman teaches us about how poor people stay poor by purchasing unnecessary items they don't need on credit
Many authorized dealers already have their own credit programs. In the US, buying on zero-percent interest for a fixed period of time is a popular way of incentivizing purchases of big ticket items and non-essentials.
That's how they got me in the first place
So it's a legit survey? It looks a lot less professional than some questionable questionnaires I've had in the past! :-/
Yeap; signing-up is a little bit of a hassle, but from then on, it's convenient option for recurring purchases.
I was also skeptical at first.
Usually, or at least in the past, it seems like a one-time thing they do for new customers - "open a store credit account and get 0% for 18 months" thing, but I've not heard of it being a repeat offer
Yes, it varies, Tourneau offers different promotions throughout the year. Some are better than others, the current one is pretty attractive:
"No Interest for 30 Months with Equal Payments. Minimum purchase $3,000"
The Aussies haven't qute the got the hang of interest free offers yet. The offers are technically 'interest' free however you get slapped with an account setup fee, a monthly account keeping fee and a monthly direct debit fee. That's not exactly what I would call an interest free option since all those fees are just another form of interest.
Talk about false advertising!
Tell me about it!
Me too. Even though it was only over 3 months. Although it taught me my lesson. I'm now an upfront payment guy. If I don't have the cash to hand then I can't afford it.
I got one of these surveys. It didn't take too long but seemed fairly general without focusing on any particular subject.
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