map-marker Holland, Michigan

Why do I have to provide a credit card to ask a question?

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A very frustrating process to ask a simple question. I inquired as to why I hadn't received a mug (15 points) when I'm at 18 points of referrals. I was then was asked for a credit card. You asked for referrals, I gave them, no mug. Why do you need a credit card for a gift? Please send a mug. Thank you!
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User's recommendation: It's a great read; you may want to refer people. Don't expect interaction with customer service.

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Agreed! Has anyone gotten anything, I am owed 5 incentives for referring friends and you can't reach anyone over the phone.

I did get a response from an email asking if the referral program was a scam.

And Abby reply and assured me it was not but has ghosted me ever since (3+ emails) asking where and how do I get my swag. Has anyone gotten any swag from them?

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