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Payback for new recruits for super recruiters

By: leonc888 | 07-05-2016 14:43

Recently giffgaff suggested to change the way they payback super recruiters which will be everyone with more then 15 activations in total.

New model show you will now get nothing for activation them £10 for first top up but this will be unfair towards all memebers recruiting abroad and paying themselfs to send sim cards and chances are the new recuit may not top up a second time and also with new memebers we bring on board some dont stay long due to no fault of the recruiter like poor data speeds.

My suggestion is that instead of giving zero for activation offer a small amount to at least cover ppossible recruit cost like postage.

so new recruits maybe:

£2 for activation this covers postage/ cost etc.

£3 second top up so effectivly it totals £5 still like the new model but £2 given on activation.

Then third top up as normal new proposal outlines and of course each higher tier you make adjust acordingly

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Comments

by: muddycalhoun
on: 27-08-2019 09:37

didn't I just read this a few ideas ago? Although I think it is probably fairest if it was left as is and there is the possibility to opt out.

by: frommoon
on: 09-07-2019 19:48

Nice motivation!

by: peterg92
on: 30-05-2019 10:00

Supported

by: jaker57
on: 25-11-2018 11:20

Supported.

by: jaker57
on: 25-11-2018 11:19

Supported.

by: adamtheant
on: 26-08-2018 10:22

+1

by: adamtheant
on: 24-06-2018 15:22

I agree

by: barbarella2012
on: 25-05-2018 21:40

If the purpose is to reward those that recruit more members taking away the £5 for activation is simply not fair. Offer some other incentives for top ups or lower amounts by all means or the option to stay with the old scheme but forcing this new one on those that don't want it? come on giff gaff!

by: julielam_2013
on: 25-07-2017 19:37

Totally agree.

by: adamtheant
on: 13-12-2018 01:20

I do to

by: s_pat
on: 30-06-2016 10:23

Let's try out giffgaff's new super recruiter programme and see how it works first