Logitech offers customers full cash back on products

Logitech offers 100% cash-back on mice, keyboards, webcams, headsets and accessories

During February Logitech will be offering consumers a full cash refund on some of its keyboards, mice, webcams, headsets and laptop accessories. The company is offering a total $300,000 of cash-back incentives on the purchase of seven products ranging from a $20 wired mouse to a $60 laptop cooling pad.

Update: Logitech has reported that the entire $300000 allocated to the cash-back offer was exhausted after just 13 hours of claims being open.

The promotion will run for the entire month of February, or until the $300,000 is exhausted.

The full list of products, terms and conditions can be found on Logitech's cash-back site. After an online claim, consumers must send receipts to Logitech for confirmation. As well as business and education buyers, purchases made over the Internet are ineligible for the cash-back offer.

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Campbell Simpson

Campbell Simpson

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7 Comments

anon

1

Bought a logoitech item today and tried to claim the cash back but the "limit" was already reached by 9 am on the 1/2/11.

Great way to get a dodgy reputation logitech.

eleanor Moist

2

what a scam
bought an item today from Logoitech with 100% cash back.
No that Item is not included even though on the package it says so

Ivan Petrov

3

It was not a scam, but the $300,000 had all been claimed by about 1:30pm AEST ... if you were in WA you had little chance.

Got 3 items myself.

Gerard

4

Frakking dishonest promotion. Bought 2 logitech product this morning at 10.30 am from Harvey Norman and when i tried to submit the online form from logitech cashback website got error message "unsuccessful because i have already claim". When contacting the site support the lady told me that they are aware of this issue as they have already received many similar calls and that logitech tech support has been contacted to fix that glitch. I was told to try again in 2 hours. Unfortunately when i tried again in 2 hours the promotion was over. When i tried to return the product to Harvey Norman explaining the reason, i was told that they can't refund my money back. I only have the choice of buying other products or have a credit of equal amount to be used within 2 month in the same Harvey Norman Store. Harvey Norman didn't want to hear anything about the issue with Logitech although they were promoting the logitech cashback products in their store. I will never buy anything from logitech nor from Harvey Norman. Buying from Harvey Norman only serve Gerry Harvey to become richer as Harvey Norman always sell more expensive than other store. Yeah thats the guy who was crying foul towards online site who was selling cheaper than his stores. The only reason i bought the logitech product from them today is because i thought i would get the money back from logitech but what a scam.
Has anyone else fallen victim of this logitech cash back shamble? Would like to hear from them. We should be able to have a class action law suits against logitech.

Gary

5

Hi Gerard please email customerfirst (at) au.harveynorman.com
Let us know the details and we will fix it - simple. You will not be out of pocket. Will look out for your email. Thanks

Gerard

6

Hi Gary thanks for you msg. Is that customerfirst(at)harveynorman.com.au?

Greg

7

I note that logitech still promote this rebate in the SMH guide of 7/2/11 even though the above cooments suggest that the limit was reached on the 1st day. Clearly Logitech know this and are falsely advertising. Seems this is the sought of thing that the ACCC might be interested in. By the way, Logitech, I saw no reference to this in the Qld Press. By no means fair.

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