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The Great CAG Slogan and Mug Photograph Competitions!!

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Well.........."Caggers" only *r-e-a-l-l-y* entered common usage after I started to use it in my threads and posts in the last 12 months.

 

 

(Still think's noomill060 should a free mug, if only 'cos I persuaded our local DJ to change her mind about hearing SAR enforcement cases in Small Claims)

 

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I wanna CAG mug!!!

 

The best "why I should receive a free CAG mug" story competition hasn't started yet - but I am sure your entry will be given full consideration. :rolleyes:


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Isn't there an interview by Marc somewhere on t'Internet going back longer than that where he already states the use of the word CAGger?... :razz:

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Dont invent evidence which you are unable to substantiate, bookie.

 

(The mug is as good as mine, heh heh!;))

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CAG Tips! Watch my lips...

 

You only get an 'OO' when you sue..

 

CAG.. CAmpaiGn for YOUR cash

 

This mug broke the banks ;)

 

I beat the banker..... then shot the DCA :D

 

How many lightbulbs does it take to change a bank?

 

All for a win and win for all!

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CAG Tips! Watch my lips...

 

You only get an 'OO' when you sue..

 

CAG.. CAmpaiGn for YOUR cash

 

This mug broke the banks ;)

 

I beat the banker..... then shot the DCA :D

 

How many lightbulbs does it take to change a bank?

 

All for a win and win for all!

 

 

Someone has been up all night working on this:p

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Simply...

 

 

CAG-Logo.jpg

 

 

(...It emphasises an already recognisable brand logo...i.e. The extremely successful Silk Cut + B&H adverts of yesteryear

;))

 

I kind of assumed that those would automatically be there, MTM, with the slogan on the other side or next to it. It would be daft otherwise, as as you say, the logo is an already known one.

 

I do like the cup runneth over idea, though. :-D

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Someone has been up all night working on this:p

 

Not at all. My witty nature WON through in a matter of minutes :)

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I don't drink Coffee I drink Tea, my dear.

 

Don't be a legal alien.

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I am not a mug.

 

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It's maaaaaaah moooooney.

 

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I went to the Consumer Action Group and all I got was this lousy mug. :D


Opinions given herein are made informally by myself as a lay-person in good faith based on personal experience. For legal advice you must always consult a registered and insured lawyer.

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Know your rights.

 

Right your wrongs.

 

 

Shouldn't it read RIGHT THEIR WRONGS

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I'm waiting for a doorstep collector to drink from me

(One arsenic or two....)

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Shouldn't it read RIGHT THEIR WRONGS

 

You could interpret it like that, but does that not imply that everything is wrong.

To right your wrong, is to encourage you, as an individual to put right the wrong doings that have happened to you.

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Financial Health Warning

 

CAG can increase the risk of empowerment and seriously improve your credit rating..

 

 

Financial Health Warning.

 

CAG can seriously increase your bank balance.

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'Simples.' ;)

 

Any advice I offer is probably useless but there may be little nuggets of gold in there somewhere......If I have helped in any way, be it with knowledge or by giving your chuckle muscle some exercise please feel free to tip my scales....:-D

 

 

They say money talks......mine just keeps saying "Goodbye"

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I kind of assumed that those would automatically be there, MTM, with the slogan on the other side or next to it. It would be daft otherwise, as as you say, the logo is an already known one.

 

I do like the cup runneth over idea, though. :-D

U should never assume anything Bw. ;)

Although admittedly, it does sometimes take a while for some other peeps to get up to speed with what should be now blatantly obvious though. :rolleyes:

As can be seen by viewing the Posts in the following Threads...

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/general/7934-20-000th-member.html

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/consumer-forums-website-questions/100413-cag-merchandise.html

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bear-garden/126115-do-any-you-old-2.html#post2395848

 

...Tis just a case of keeping your finger on the pulse of the average CAG User + not losing track of what they want, instead of dictating to them what you would like them to want.

 

 

:)


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Ah, but is there such a thing as an average CAGger, I do wonder? :razz:

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CAG to BANKERS

 

 

We are NOT mugs!

 

Try to take our money!!

WE WILL FLY OFF THE HANDLE!!!

 

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Just found this thread, but that's my 10p worth:p


 

 

If all else fails, kick them where it hurts and SOD'EM;)

 

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