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Getting Discount : Reward or Rip Off?

In past few years there is one thing that has been significantly becoming more and more common and is becoming as a trend is a rebate or a discount on different products, especially electronic and computer related products. The range of rebates on the products from $20 to $100 are usually very common.

This has been noticed when companies do their rebate campaign, people end up paying nothing for the products after getting rebate on them. This seems a bit too tricky to accept or can this be a deal too good to be missed.

The truth is that there are companies operating in the market that are doing business with honesty but there are companies which have no record and are just operating to get money from the customers, but if are vigilant and more cautious against the policies that trap a customer then we can end up getting good value for money.

The method that how companies give rebate on their products is that first we have to buy the product at the actual price and then we have to fill up a form which has your product details and a bar code and then we mail it to the company. This process takes time but  after few weeks company sends us the amount that has been promised to be refunded .

Rule #1.Rebates offered from the big and respected companies can be trusted.

The companies which has made their name in the market and their products which customers trust are the companies which we believed to be the best in keeping their promise. The companies like Best Buy, Amazon or Dell are the companies which we can trust that we will get our rebate as promised at the purchase. the companies which is never been in the market or which is never been heard are least likely to keep their promise.
We shouldn't be completely depending on the rebate as we can never be sure of it, if we like the product and if it's our need and if we can pay the actual amount of the product then we should just but it.

Rule#2.Always be aware of rebates termination date.

There are times when people are not aware when they buy the product that the offer date for the rebate has ended its because the sellers leave the products on their shelves even after the offer ends for the rebate on the product. 

Rule#3.Its important to collect all the necessary documents and the forms to be send at the time of rebate collected from the store after the purchase before you leave the store.

In order to get the rebate on the product it important that before leaving the store the few things must be collected  that is a form , a barcode and receipt. Without these three things the process of rebate might not be possible.

Rule#4. Claim should be kept safe.

The standard of mail service is dropping day by day and the items do get lost in the mail most of the times. So to avoid any hassles if the item get lost in the post its important to make copies of the documents including the form , barcode and receipt and if the rebate is worth $50 or more it's important to make the copies and to se safe than sorry.

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