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Keeping Track Of Mail-In Refunds

Here's a good way to keep track of mail-in refunds. Keep a notebook with a list of all your refunds. Use a simple column system with the following headings: Name, Refund Address and Phone Number, Date Submitted, Refund Offer, and Date Received. You can check each refund off as it arrives. If you don't receive your refund after 4 months, send the company an email or call their toll-free number.


By Momof1 from Wilkesboro, NC

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August 27, 20070 found this helpful

Great idea! I have to have things jotted down or I'll will promptly forget what I sent. It's not age, mind you... I've always been scatterbrained.
I created a folder in my yahoo mail. When things get taken care of I just delete it.

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