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Marty Young

Moleskine Code in Notebook

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I received an evernote moleskine as a gift.  It was completely wrapped in plastic.  In the back is a code for 3 free months of premium.  I went to evernote.com/moleskine and entered the code.  It asked me to create an account and when I tried that, it told me I already had one (which I totally forgot about) so I requested a password reset and logged in.  The code did not get attached to my account, so I went back to evernote.com/moleskine and it is now telling me the code has already been used.  How do I recover this?

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On 6/24/2020 at 8:55 PM, Marty Young said:

I received an evernote moleskine as a gift.  It was completely wrapped in plastic.  In the back is a code for 3 free months of premium.  I went to evernote.com/moleskine and entered the code.  It asked me to create an account and when I tried that, it told me I already had one (which I totally forgot about) so I requested a password reset and logged in.  The code did not get attached to my account, so I went back to evernote.com/moleskine and it is now telling me the code has already been used.  How do I recover this?

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From my experience with the Moleskine cooperation:

In general the carry over of points received with a notebook works pretty well, although I am not sure if this cooperation does exist any longer. I liked the books for being well done and having a nice format, slightly more narrow than A5, fitting into a small bag easily. But I could not find them last year when I asked.

With one notebook I purchased the code was already used by somebody else. I knew this might be the case, because the packaging was open, so I got it at a discount. Financially no harm to me, but it showed that the bookshop selling it had no clue that the code has a value. Probably somebody asked to see it open, then copied the code or took a picture, and used it later. If a shop seals it again in plastic nobody can know, because the code is not under a protection, like a scrap away cover.

To convert the points into months of Premium subscription, I had to terminate my subscription by letting it expire. Only then I could use the points to get my free Premium. After that, I had to renew my regular subscription. Not a simple process really ...

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