Cashplus Bank Card Verification Problems
Upon attempting to place an online Tesco order yesterday and today and going through the checkout, I came across the error message after putting in my security code CVV. I then proceeded to phone the bank that did not really care and all they said was “Sorry”.
“Saying “Sorry” is not going to put food on the table quite literally”.
I am done with people giving half a#se apologies that have no meaning!
People do not care unless it affects them directly.
To think I have been a loyal customer from the day they first launched and have promoted them several times, through my affiliate program.
My own reputation is on the line promoting them unless they can give me a good reason to continue.
I have now lost my delivery slot again and cannot place an order as the other card I have also is with them and is a business account, I am sure HMRC would question why I am paying for my grocery shopping using a business account.
I now have it in the back of my mind distressing thoughts because a big company cannot fix bugs in its system quickly.
The word “SORRY” SUCKS, & MEANS NOTHING, “sorry”…
Other, word(s) and phrase(s) that I detest is “Oh Bless”, this was said by someone in the local council office the day before after I explained about my disability. This was condescending and made me feel inadequate and less of a human being.
Can being patronizing and condescending affect mental health? | DISABLED ENTREPRENEUR – DISABILITY UK
Gesture Of Goodwill
Cashplus should also as a gesture of goodwill offer something to their customers as an incentive for them to stay because at this rate they won’t have any customers left.
The last time they gave £5.00 as a way to say “sorry”. They should give more than that to convince customers to stay and not write bad reviews.
“A happy customer will tell their friends and family, whilst an unhappy customer will tell the world”
Here are all the unhappy customers on Trustpilot & Google:
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When I started writing this article yesterday I kept getting an error message. I put it down that the header title was censored, but after my fifth attempt at re-designing this post the error message has gone, which meant there was a bug that has gone away. Cashplus also may have a bug with their verification process, yet I managed to fix my problem in less than 24 hours. I thought my error message was an algorithm blocking me, but apparently not.
I am not happy it is now day two and still has the same problem persists checking out with Cashplus via Tesco. After the 3rd phone call and tweet, I was told to try and use my card with another grocery store.
Why should I go out of my way and inconvenience myself, when I want to use Tesco?
Cashplus should be on the ball and should update their customers rather than say there are no problems on their status page. Cashplus bank service status and planned maintenance
Why have they not updated their status page other than upcoming maintenance scheduled for Friday 21st April 2023 at 22.00hrs? Even some hours later it has not been updated and what alarms me more is the person on Twitter seemed to be surprised by my query.
“To say I am unimpressed is an understatement”!
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I am going to give Cashplus Bank the benefit of the doubt and will give them until tomorrow to fix their issues otherwise I will be sharing this with the whole world.
Remember do not hold all your eggs in one basket, meaning have more than one bank account in different banks as I have learned from yesterday.
Keep to the bare minimum how much money you need to have to live on and the rest invest in either gold or real estate, if you can afford it.
I decided not to put their name in the header at the end, as all I wanted to do is vent my anger and frustration rather than give them a bad review.
Who knows they may come back being genuinely apologetic, only time will tell.
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