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New customer deals

It seems to be very strange that they are penalizing us for being existing customers when we want the new deals you would acquire if you were a new customer. It's almost like they would like you to termiate your account and wait awhile to create a new customer account so you can get the deals you wanted in the first place.

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Re: New customer deals

Hello Jonbowl300,

 

I apologize for any frustrations caused with our advertisements. Typically we advertise new promotions to try and reach new customer, but you will often find that we also have compatible promotions for our existing customers. All you have to do is reach out to myself or one of the other Forum Moderators to see whats available at that time. If you would like to review promotions with me please verify your account for my by sending a PM. In the message please include your account name, phone number, and service address. Once I have this we can begin.

 

Thank You




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