PCA Cover Disc Survey (£100 Amazon vouchers)

  xerty 20:58 PM 18 Jan 12
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I filled in this survey, but it never asked for my details. Makes me wonder how they are going to know it was me who filled it in. Guess I just wasted my time and will not hold my breath about winning the vouchers (not that I ever win anything anyway lol).

  northumbria61 21:09 PM 18 Jan 12

You could try contacting Forum Editor.

  simonjary 06:15 AM 19 Jan 12

Hi.

I'll ask the Marketing team to respond to your query.

Regards,

Simon Publisher

  xerty 17:52 PM 19 Jan 12

Thanks.

Maybe it uses the link from the email in some way.

Just strange as all other surveys I have filled in before asked for my details at some point.

  simonjary 10:28 AM 20 Jan 12

Hi.

It appears that some of the survey links sent out indeed did not include the required email capture element. Many apologies for this - and thank you for taking the time to let us know your thoughts during the survey.

If anyone has filled in the disc survey but didn't add their details please email [email protected], and she'll add your details to the prize draw list.

We have another survey for the PC Advisor Awards, where the prize is £250 worth of Amazon vouchers, Contact details are captured via your standard site login.

  xerty 17:15 PM 23 Jan 12

Glad that my post was worth it. Thanks for the feedback :)

  morddwyd 20:33 PM 23 Jan 12

I wonder how they got my details in the first p;ace?

So far as I know I have never subscribed to any PCA e=mail links in the past, nor have I ever received any.

Nothing to do with posting here either, as they used a different address from the one I registered and log in with.

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