BLOCKBUSTER/NETFLIX OFFERS & RETURNING CUSTOMERS
So, I've had Netflix for a year or so now (but didn't sign up for it thru an offer) and I recently signed up for Blockbuster as an offer. I cancelled my Netflix acct once I signed up for Blockbuster. I'm finding that I liked Netflix better, but I figure I'll keep blockbuster for a few months anyway, so it's a legitimate offer completion. I'm just wondering if after a certain amt of time goes by, can I sign up for netflix again thru an offer? Would that be considered offer fraud....or if enough time goes by could I sign up as a returning customer and still get offer credit?
I think best way to find out is shoot an email or call netflix to find out.
that is always a good question. it is interesting b/c netflix pays advertisers to send u things to get u back...i am unsure to be honest. u are not a unique lead but they may pay the site for your lead
[quote066daac2df="jy3"]that is always a good question. it is interesting b/c netflix pays advertisers to send u things to get u back...i am unsure to be honest. u are not a unique lead but they may pay the site for your lead[/quote066daac2df]
yeah I mean especially since they are going to make money off of you signing up (for the lead) so I dont see how it would hurt netflix or the site.
I dont' think it would be allowed. I think part of the terms would be that you were never a member before. I do know that that is the case for blockbuster. (At least that is what 123stuffforfree posted before).
But I totally agree with you. I LOVE netflix and I HATE blockbuster. But everytime i say that to anybody they like blockbuster better.
It's hard to fight with people about it though.
I think it's the queue for me...and the search features...those are way better on netflix...
[quote583d468d1f="tantnq"]I think best way to find out is shoot an email or call netflix to find out.[/quote583d468d1f]
Ya know...I've had trouble with stuff like that in the past...it's almost like these companies don't really want to acknowledge that they use affiliates. Either that or they use a marketing company that uses the affiliate programs at freebie sites...and just TRY to get in contact with a middleman like that...sheesh!
[quote3b289aa407="booklover1104"]I think it's the queue for me...and the search features...those are way better on netflix...[/quote3b289aa407]
And it seems like netflix is just easier to use, and brighter. I hate the darkness of blockbusters site.
Netflix has a bigger selection of movies and I think ships faster. Although others think it's the same.
Everybody just comes back at me and says "well you can return movies to a blockbuster and get new ones"
Which is cool but I dont' really care. I'm too lazy to go to a blockbuster. I could go from school cuz there is one about 5 min away. But from home it's like 40 min. So it's worthless for me.
I just really dislike blockbuster. I'm glad somebody else does too.
I just really dislike blockbuster. I'm glad somebody else does too.[/quoteaa25fefe88]
Yeah, but I'll still give them my $$ for a few months b4 switching back...when it comes down to it, it's still just movies delivered to your door either way wink
I thought you were allowed to complete a trial once a year? I'm pretty sure their TOS says you are allowed 1 trial per year.
[quoteb08a534c3f="Excel"]I thought you were allowed to complete a trial once a year? I'm pretty sure their TOS says you are allowed 1 trial per year.[/quoteb08a534c3f]
I would like to know the answer to this also. I was a member of Netflix a year or two ago, and would like to join again, but I'd like to get credit for it if I can.
I know Blockbuster does NOT let you. Haven't tried Netflix yet......
I joined Blockbuster thru an offer and didnot get credit.
Is anyone else having this problem?