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  1. THJunkie

    THJunkie Mar 28, 2019

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    Anyone else received an invitation to complete a TH satisfaction survey?
     
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  2. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Mar 28, 2019

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    Nope, but if I did those buttons would make me put that one in the trash immediately.... Looks home made.
     
  3. Remo

    Remo Mar 28, 2019

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    I would advice you to ask TH customer support. If it's spam it would be imortant for TH to be aware of it.
     
  4. Hubert

    Hubert Mar 28, 2019

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    I got it on my SPAM folder, but haven't answered it yet.
     
  5. abrod520

    abrod520 Mar 28, 2019

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    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.
     
  6. bdev

    bdev Mar 28, 2019

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    I received it and deleted it.
     
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  7. Hubert

    Hubert Mar 28, 2019

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    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.
     
  8. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Mar 29, 2019

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    You mean that people will be offered to borrow money to buy luxury goods?? ::facepalm1::

    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:D
     
  9. Hubert

    Hubert Mar 29, 2019

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    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.
     
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  10. abrod520

    abrod520 Mar 29, 2019

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    That's how they got me in the first place :cautious:
     
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  11. SteveP

    SteveP Mar 29, 2019

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    So it's a legit survey? It looks a lot less professional than some questionable questionnaires I've had in the past! :-/
     
  12. Hubert

    Hubert Mar 29, 2019

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    Yeap; signing-up is a little bit of a hassle, but from then on, it's convenient option for recurring purchases.
     
  13. Hubert

    Hubert Mar 29, 2019

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    I was also skeptical at first.
     
  14. abrod520

    abrod520 Mar 29, 2019

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    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
     
  15. Hubert

    Hubert Mar 29, 2019

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    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"
     
  16. Mr_Orange

    Mr_Orange Mar 30, 2019

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    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.
     
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  17. Hubert

    Hubert Mar 30, 2019

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    Talk about false advertising!
     
  18. Mr_Orange

    Mr_Orange Mar 30, 2019

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    Tell me about it!
     
  19. El Matarife

    El Matarife Mar 31, 2019

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    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.
     
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  20. Mr_Orange

    Mr_Orange Mar 31, 2019

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    I got one of these surveys. It didn't take too long but seemed fairly general without focusing on any particular subject.