Frequently Asked Questions about Our Refer-a-Friend Program
Q: Who can participate in the Refer-a-Friend program?
A: Anyone aged 18 or over can participate, whether you’re an existing client of Stamp Duty Advice Bureau Ltd or not.
Q: How do I refer someone to your services?
A: Simply direct your friends to sign up at stampdutyadvicebureau.co.uk and remind them to include your full name and email address during their registration process.
Q: What benefit does my referred friend get?
A: Referred friends enjoy a discounted base service fee of 30%, reduced from the usual 35%, on all stamp duty reclaims with us.
Q: What reward do I get for referring a friend?
A: As a referrer, you’ll receive a reward equal to 20% of the service fee from each successful stamp duty reclaim made by your referred friends.
Q: How and when do I receive my referral reward?
A: Rewards are paid into your nominated bank account. If you’re an existing client with an ongoing case, and your referred friend’s case settles before yours, we’ll deduct the reward amount from your outstanding service fee. If you submit a new case, the reward will be applied as a discount on your service charge.
Q: Is there a limit to the number of friends I can refer?
A: No, there’s no limit. You will receive rewards for every successful claim made by each friend you refer.
Q: Can I just send unsolicited referrals?
A: No, you must obtain consent from your friends before providing their details. Unsolicited referrals are not allowed and may lead to exclusion from the program.
Q: How do you handle my personal information?
Q: Can the terms of the Refer-a-Friend program change?
A: Yes, Stamp Duty Advice Bureau Ltd reserves the right to modify, suspend, or terminate the program at any time, without prior notice.
Q: What happens if there are technical issues or incorrect information provided?
A: Stamp Duty Advice Bureau Ltd is not responsible for these issues or other factors outside its control that may affect the program.
Q: Do I agree to anything by participating?
A: Yes, by participating in the Refer-a-Friend program, you agree to these terms and conditions.
Looking to earn rewards by referring friends and family to Stamp Duty Advice Bureau? We’ve got answers to your questions:
Q: How many referrals can I make?
A: You can make as many referrals as you want! The more you refer, the more rewards you earn.
Q: Is there a limit to the amount of rewards I can earn?
A: There is no limit to the rewards you can earn through our Refer a Friend Program. The more friends you refer, the more rewards you’ll receive!
Q: Can my referred friend also refer others and earn rewards?
A: Yes, once your referred friend becomes a client, they can also participate in the Refer a Friend Program and earn rewards for their own referrals.
Q: Can I refer someone who is already a client of Stamp Duty Advice Bureau?
A: No, the Refer a Friend Program is only applicable to new clients. Referrals of existing clients will not be eligible for rewards.
Q: Can I refer family members?
Q: How soon will I receive my referral reward?
A: You will receive your referral reward once the referred friend’s successful refund claim is processed and we receive payment. The exact time may vary, but we’ll keep you updated on the progress.
Q: How will I be notified of my referral rewards?
A: We will send you an email notification with details of your earned rewards each time one of your referrals successfully completes a refund claim.
Q: What’s the difference between an introducer and someone who refers a friend?
A: An introducer is a professional who signs an agreement with us, while a friend referral is an informal recommendation. Both can earn rewards!
Q: What is a ‘base fee’?
A: A base fee is the maximum fee a client will pay for a stamp duty refund. As the refund amount increases, the fee percentage decreases. Use our stamp duty calculator to see how this works (Link opens new tab).
Q: Can I change my reward preference in the future?
A: Of course! Just let us know by updating your profile, and we’ll make sure you get the reward you want. Just update your preferences in the page that says ‘Update my reward preferences’.
Q: What is a referrer and referee? It’s confusing.
A: A referrer is the person who refers someone else to our services, while the referee is the person who is referred. It’s that simple!