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#138935 22-Jan-2014 12:21
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What is the difference between credit card auto payment and direct debit.  Do you still get the same prompt payment discount and that the direct debit have some brownie points?


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  #972310 22-Jan-2014 15:33
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You should likely call Genesis Energy with this query...

 

RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER CARE TEAM

 

Email: customercare@genesisenergy.co.nz
Call:0800 300 400
Fax:0800 110 999
From overseas: +64 7 838 7863
Monday - Friday, 8am - 8pm




PrimoWireless - Connecting Taranaki
www.primowireless.co.nz


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  #972475 22-Jan-2014 20:25
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I pay by DD from my CC.
Yes we get the prompt payment discount and brownie points.

 
 
 
 


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  #972641 23-Jan-2014 09:39
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I think you only miss out on 10 brownie points for paying electronically (CC are excluded from that).

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  #972643 23-Jan-2014 09:41
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The Brownie Points are pretty much useless to me personally. I will need to run a nuclear power plant to get more than a desk fan.

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  #972681 23-Jan-2014 10:45
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heavenlywild: The Brownie Points are pretty much useless to me personally. I will need to run a nuclear power plant to get more than a desk fan.


You can always do this with them.

Just donated mine (3280 points = $32.80)



Select the charity that you would like to donate to and enter the dollar value that you would like to donate, this will automatically calculate the number of points you need.
Please note: 
A minimum of $10 is needed to make a donation. 

Select a charity Genesis Oncology Trust
Help us in the fight against cancer by donating your Brownie Points to the Genesis Oncology Trust. 
The Genesis Oncology Trust is a registered charity and provides funding to support New Zealand-based cancer research and professional education. These initiatives lead to improvements in prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of cancer, and improvements in the palliative care of cancer patients. Every cent of every dollar donated to the Genesis Oncology Trust is used in cancer related projects. Visit genesisoncology.org.nz

https://browniepoints.genesisenergy.co.nz/charity.aspx



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  #972691 23-Jan-2014 10:55
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^ Not a bad idea. I never look into what's possible with Brownie Points after the initial read-up.



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  #972694 23-Jan-2014 10:57
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Yeah takes us 3yrs to get a $15 Warehouse voucher :D  We have gas and electricity.  Averaging $350/month in Winter. 

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