It happened about a week ago. I don’t know what caused it, so I had to avoid my card transaction. Then we just re-scanned my card and it came back. So there are two ways to solve it. If you happen to it and you know you have a score and it’s not there, ask him to clean it up again, and then it should reappear to you. I hope I can help you.
Here, I want to talk about two different issues. People have already mentioned to me their Plenti card’s etiquette assistance, which may help you.
The first thing is the PIN code. Someone asked me if I had a problem getting the PIN number for my account. I didn’t, because when I got the card in the store, I went home and logged in plenti.com and created an account card. During the process of registration, it would ask you to create a PIN code. Basically, you did that when you registered the card, and Ple. The guiding principle of NTI account is that you only need to use your password.
If you enter your phone number, the person who knows your phone number can’t enter it, and enter your phone number and use all the points. They must know your password number. It keeps asking me my password at will, even if we’re scanning cards all the time, I can’t see rhyme or reason. When it asks for a password, if not, it’s important that you have a pin number. What’s important is that if you’ve never registered with plenti.com, do it, because you can’t spend any money.
Yesterday when I was talking to a cashier about this, they were talking about people’s problems in the store. They said that many people didn’t know what their password was. I said when you registered, you had to put it there. You would put it there. Now I can go back and change the password. I’m sure when I logged in to my account, I would think If you don’t have it, you can enter your account and set up a password on your profile page, but they say that people who call customer service don’t get a personal identification number.
Maybe they don’t know what it is. What they say is not written down or something like that. So if you call customer service but don’t get a password, and you don’t have electricity. Brain can access it, so you call customer service company instead of Rite Aid and set up a PIN code for you. This is another strange thing. They try to help, and they call plenti and plenti to tell them that your password should not have a serial number, so don’t look like two 279, because that’s Kats’serial number, you. Knowing 0.03.355, no, I don’t like not knowing why, but apparently they think they have problems with continuous numbers in pin numbers.
If you are in trouble and you have a serial number, please log in to your account and change your password. There is a serial number in my account. I just used it before they told me. I don’t have a serial number and I have never encountered any problems. This is a problem, so this is one of the things I want to discuss. Another thing is small. The Payment Points button disappeared from the screen and then you left, but I had points. I couldn’t. You didn’t let me pay with points.
What was happening was that the cashier was clicking on the Payment button. Someone had thought of it in the smooth transaction. Then I tested it with the cashier yesterday. I let her try it out, so I could see what happened. Sure enough, I owed four dollars. I said that the dots on my button made me use many of my points on the screen. My behavior was like I had to pay by credit card. So she pressed any button to pay for the credit card. It made the little button on the screen disappear, so it didn’t exist. I couldn’t pay.
So if it disappeared on you, you got the points, please cashier. Playing on the screen clearly, that’s what she did. She said she played very clearly, and then it put the little button back on the screen, so I paid a lot of points, and I was fine.