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Saveology has a $15 ExxonMobil gift card for $7.50. Valid for first-time Saveology buyers only; limit one per household. Gift card does not expire, but voucher much be redeemed within 60 days.

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    nextel2010 Ben's cred: 113
    Posted 12:41 pm PDT 09/25/12

    Screwballs....good only for new customers.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3577
    Posted 4:42 pm PDT 09/25/12

    lol, on their site:

    Quote:
    Statistics show we spent about half of our lives inside our vehicles...


    Nice to know they're spending their profits on meth. On a positive note the cards are "valid on fuel".

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    nextel2010 Ben's cred: 113
    Posted 8:58 pm PDT 09/25/12

    Ben needs to stop posting all deals to Saveology:

    http://deals.woot.com/questions/details/d9a435ea-49eb-48bf-88f3-a49fdb8831c1/what-is-the-baconwith-saveology

    I signed on for their recent Boston Market $12.50-for-$25 deal, and got only a voucher number via email. I then had to CALL some company to redeem my voucher and get a $25 gift card MAILED to me. The guy on the phone (clearly from overseas) kept trying to "offer" me a $100 gift card good for "anything", and it would cost me only $4.75. When I asked how would I pay the $4.75, he said I would have to provide a credit card number. Cheap and desperate as I was, I consulted my few brain cells and declined his generous offer since Saveology already got my credit card data on file, and red flags were going off all over.

    My regrets: Saveology now has my credit info, and this overseas gentleman has my home address and email address (for "confirmation" on the Boston Market gift card, which he promised will come in 8-10 business days (or was it weeks - at that time I didn't care anymore)). I never received an email, as promised.

    Stick with Groupon and/or Social Living. With them, they either let you print out a coupon/gift card or send you those items directly, like it should be. Saveology is nothing more than a scam to direct you to 3rd party sales artist.

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