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Wed, Jul 24, 2019 5:39 AM

$200 reward Visa Card

I spoke with a representative in May. I originally called because my AT&T internet was not working, as it had been messed up for about 3 months. 

He helped me, and then highly encouraged me to bundle all my devices for a  special $200 reward Visa card for each item bundled. He asked me what devices I had, I told him 2 IPads, 2 phones with Verizon service, plus we needed a new line and phone . He said for each device, and for the new line, a $200 reward would be mailed to me within a month. So $1,000 was the total to be received by me. After switching to AT&T. 

It’s July, no reward card has been received nor mailed for that matter.  I’m wondering where it is.  I’m sure this will be resolved, and maybe you are just busy.  However, I would not have switched services had this not been promised. Yes, money talks these days.

especially since I get horrible AT&T service at my home, and have to sit outside in my driveway if I don’t want to drop a call. 

Just wondering what’s going on???

 

thanks, 

 

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ATTHelp

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a year ago

Hello @Bakercaker

 

Allow us to lend a helping hand with your rewards card concern!

 

For further assistance with your gift card inquiry, you can contact our AT&T Reward Support Team at: 877.258.1427 which are available Monday through Friday 8am -8pm ET or email rewardcenter.att@groupo.com.

 

If you are experiencing cellular network problems, feel free to access our Device Troubleshoot & Resolve Tool by selecting the cellphone brand/model you currently have, then click onto a specific issue to follow the steps provided.

 

We hope this information helps, and thanks for reaching out to the community!

 

Dwight, AT&T Community Specialist

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