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7 hours ago, NicolaJayne said:

Paging  Messers Dunning and Kruger ... 

 so you'll be able to explain  why  the peope,l dismissed from various  businesses connected  with  the legitimate  selling of  moobile phones  and the like have been dismissed for GDPR breaches   and  of course  the transactions stopped at fulfillment because  the  security checks  fail. 

 the  networks and retailers absolutely do communicate  contract status , but what  would i know  I've only been in the business for a good number of years  and  am part of team that regualrly processes  a couple million  pounds a week of such   transactions 

Your either 'part of a team' or Head of Compliance'. Doubt you can really be both.

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No network gives information about it's own customers to a rival network. You're talking manure. 

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On 15/07/2023 at 14:04, Resident said:

No network gives information about it's own customers to a rival network. You're talking manure. 

factually incorrect  , but  what   would i know ... 

On 15/07/2023 at 07:53, RollingJ said:

Your either 'part of a team' or Head of Compliance'. Doubt you can really be both.

I have made no such claim  once again you  are a fantasist  who engagies in   a course of action despigned to cause alarm , harassment and distress 

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4 hours ago, NicolaJayne said:

factually incorrect  , but  what   would i know ... 

Obviously nothing, but what would I know, I only previously worked as a senior department manager for a major global network.

Once again, not one network is going to contact it's rivals and say:

We've got Ms NicolaJayne, she's using an iphone 11 and has 5000mins, 5000 texts and 10gb of data and pays £35/month, ending in June 2024.

3rd party retailers tend to look at their own database and may decide to contact the customer with a better deal that may be on another network and they may then facilitate an early buyout and transfer to another network however that is done within the confines of that 3rd party's own data systems other than setting up the customer on the new network. 

Terms and conditions of the contract the customer agreed to with the 3rd party allows for this. 

The major issue associated with 3rd party retailers is generally mis-selling the contract, promising the customer things that aren't within the network's current offerings or a price that isn't correct. 

Phones4u were good at that one. 

4 hours ago, NicolaJayne said:

I have made no such claim  once again you  are a fantasist  who engagies in   a course of action despigned to cause alarm , harassment and distress 

Only one fantasist here darling, and it ain't @RollingJ

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6 hours ago, NicolaJayne said:

 

I have made no such claim  once again you  are a fantasist  who engagies in   a course of action despigned to cause alarm , harassment and distress 

Then what about your claims in post #12?

 

By the way, I would install a spell-checker on your browser.

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18 hours ago, Resident said:

Obviously nothing, but what would I know, I only previously worked as a senior department manager for a major global network.

Once again, not one network is going to contact it's rivals and say:

We've got Ms NicolaJayne, she's using an iphone 11 and has 5000mins, 5000 texts and 10gb of data and pays £35/month, ending in June 2024.

3rd party retailers tend to look at their own database and may decide to contact the customer with a better deal that may be on another network and they may then facilitate an early buyout and transfer to another network however that is done within the confines of that 3rd party's own data systems other than setting up the customer on the new network. 

Terms and conditions of the contract the customer agreed to with the 3rd party allows for this. 

The major issue associated with 3rd party retailers is generally mis-selling the contract, promising the customer things that aren't within the network's current offerings or a price that isn't correct. 

Phones4u were good at that one. 

Only one fantasist here darling, and it ain't @RollingJ


 so the system  doesn't say  

' this contract is a 'refresh contract and you may not be able to process  the upgrade at this time, please advise the customer to speak to O2 ' 

try again 

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6 hours ago, NicolaJayne said:


 so the system  doesn't say  

' this contract is a 'refresh contract and you may not be able to process  the upgrade at this time, please advise the customer to speak to O2 ' 

try again 

That would appear ONLY to a 3rd party vendor with the customer on their own system.  

Nor Vodafone, Three, EE or any of the sub-network companies (Voxi, Smarty, GiffGaff etc) would get such message as they wouldn't be processing an upgrade. They'd be processing a new customer as the customer would not be within their own database. 

You really don't understand how this works. I'd give up now, you're only embarrassing yourself further. Given how clueless you are I'm guessing you work for Carphone Whorehouse. (not a typo)

 

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@NicolaJayneI note with interest your failure to reply to post #17

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4 hours ago, Resident said:

That would appear ONLY to a 3rd party vendor with the customer on their own system.  

Nor Vodafone, Three, EE or any of the sub-network companies (Voxi, Smarty, GiffGaff etc) would get such message as they wouldn't be processing an upgrade. They'd be processing a new customer as the customer would not be within their own database. 

You really don't understand how this works. I'd give up now, you're only embarrassing yourself further. Given how clueless you are I'm guessing you work for Carphone Whorehouse. (not a typo)

 

Guessing how clueless you are you'd be wrong  

especially   given that no one has worked for Carphone Warehouse  since  7th August  2014, when it ceased to exist as a legal entity 

stop trying to look clever 

So tell me which 3rd  parties  sell an O2 badged   refresh  style contract ( we could get into semantics aobut the franchised  O2 stores  but  from what i am aware of , systemically  they are the same  as   a company store ) 

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6 hours ago, NicolaJayne said:

Guessing how clueless you are you'd be wrong  

especially   given that no one has worked for Carphone Warehouse  since  7th August  2014, when it ceased to exist as a legal entity 

stop trying to look clever 

 

Shhh No-one click THIS LINK
 

Apparently it hasn't existed since August 2014.......

I'll concede that it's now just a trading name of Dixon's Store Group, who own Curry's amongst others. 

But also, Carphone Warehouse LEGALLY existed as separate company until 8th Feb 2022, when it was finally dissolved, according to Companies House records. 

 

6 hours ago, NicolaJayne said:

So tell me which 3rd  parties  sell an O2 badged   refresh  style contract ( we could get into semantics aobut the franchised  O2 stores  but  from what i am aware of , systemically  they are the same  as   a company store ) 

  • Affordable Mobiles
  • Amazon.co.uk
  • Argos
  • BuyMobiles.net
  • Carphone Warehouse
  • Clove
  • Currys
  • Currys Mobile
  • e2save
  • Ebuyer
  • Fonehouse
  • John Lewis & Partners
  • Mobile Phones Direct
  • Mobiles.co.uk
  • Very

 

All offer contracts under the major networks, including O2.  I'll concede that Curry's, Curry's Mobile and Carphone Whorehouse are the same entity. 

Oh and that's not even from industry knowledge, that's just a quick Google. 

Oh and as for "looking clever". You're looking for the term knowledgeable. 'Clever' refers to cognitive reasoning, a synonym for intelligent.

Knowing subject matter doesn't necessarily require a high form of intelligence. I mean you managed to sign up and sign in with what appears to be little or no intelligence. 

Getting fed up of being wrong yet? 


 

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3 hours ago, Resident said:

 

Shhh No-one click THIS LINK
 

Apparently it hasn't existed since August 2014.......

I'll concede that it's now just a trading name of Dixon's Store Group, who own Curry's amongst others. 

But also, Carphone Warehouse LEGALLY existed as separate company until 8th Feb 2022, when it was finally dissolved, according to Companies House records. 

 

  • Affordable Mobiles
  • Amazon.co.uk
  • Argos
  • BuyMobiles.net
  • Carphone Warehouse
  • Clove
  • Currys
  • Currys Mobile
  • e2save
  • Ebuyer
  • Fonehouse
  • John Lewis & Partners
  • Mobile Phones Direct
  • Mobiles.co.uk
  • Very

 

All offer contracts under the major networks, including O2.  I'll concede that Curry's, Curry's Mobile and Carphone Whorehouse are the same entity. 

Oh and that's not even from industry knowledge, that's just a quick Google. 

Oh and as for "looking clever". You're looking for the term knowledgeable. 'Clever' refers to cognitive reasoning, a synonym for intelligent.

Knowing subject matter doesn't necessarily require a high form of intelligence. I mean you managed to sign up and sign in with what appears to be little or no intelligence. 

Getting fed up of being wrong yet? 


 

Currys do not sell contract phones  online under their own Name 

Currys mobile ( in store)  / CPW  sell contracts  and do not sell retail O2 contracts and  when they did they din;t sell refresh, just  traditional fixed term  contracts where the  device was bundled into the cost 

quite clear you don't know very much about the business as  if you were up to speed you'd know who owns Mobiles.co.uk and E2save and which netWorks  they sell 

Argos do not  sell 02  phones / contracts  either ... 

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Still waiting for a response to posts #17 and #20.

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