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When I agreed with a new contract with AT&T/Direct TV home service, the technician said that I would receive a $200.00 gift card.Never received the card, when I called I was told that there is a 3 month expiration period.

I have all my emails from AT&T and there is no mention of my gift card nor an expiration date. They have deceptive business practices. I used to work for AT&T years ago and at one time all employees received a AT&T Universal Credit Card. They stated the interest rate would never go above 9.9% for the life of the card.

In a couple of years they retracted this offer.Not a good company.

Review about: Att Deal.

Reason of review: Not as described.

Monetary Loss: $200.

Preferred solution: Deliver product or service ordered.

I liked: Service area.

I didn't like: Fraudulent information.

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