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Airtime Solutions Bribe

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Airtime Solutions missold me a product from O2. They have ignored all attempts to resolve this from both myself and O2 and so I am taking them to small claims court. Terrible customer service.This week I got this text from Airtime Solutions:

 

"IMPORTANT: Within the next week you may receive a text survey from O2. All customers who score 10 out of 10 for all criteria will be entered into a FREE PRIZE DRAW for 6 months free line rental and a bottle of champagne."

 

Unbelievable. They are trying to bribe their way to get perfect scores in a customer survey. How is this subjective? Just why would a company try such a cheap trick to get good reviews? What does this say for the customer services of Airtime Solutions? Does O2 condone this behaviour?

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MI5
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You will need to put this in a complaint to o2 http://www.o2.co.uk/how-to-complain
They won't see this on here but it looks extremely shady to me.
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@MI5 wrote:

They won't see this on here but it looks extremely shady to me.

They are very shady indeed http://www.airtimesolutions.co.uk/

Loads of complaints on google about mis-sold contracts slight_frown

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It's time O2 regulated these trusted partners. Mis-selling is the norm I'm afraid and I even doubt there is a prize draw, they just want to look good to O2. Presumably you have a business contract?

From their website :

Our customer service commitment is tailored to match each individual requirement and is measured against network and our own stringent KPIs, ensuring the service promises we make are the service promises we keep.

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Yes I have a business contract

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