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Rebate Eligibility, Availability & Information

How Does C2G Handle Rebates?

Rebates may be available from time to time on qualified purchases of C2G products through national distribution partners. To qualify for a rebate, follow the directions below.

Rebate Information

  1. Contact your C2G sales rep or distribution partner for a current copy of the rebate form.
  2. Purchase a specified amount of C2G products as specified on the rebate form in one calendar month from one of our national distributors. Rebate may not be used in conjunction with any other discounts, special pricing, or programs.
  3. Send the completed rebate form along with a copy of all qualifying distribution invoices to:
    Email distyrebates@c2g.com
    Fax 937.528.4818
    U.S. mail
    • Attn: Distribution Rebate Processing, C2G
    • 3555 Kettering Blvd.
    • Moraine, Ohio 45439 USA

Rebate Terms & Conditions:

  1. Offer valid for each calendar month as specified on the rebate form.
  2. Requests must be postmarked within 60 days of month end to qualify.
  3. Limit one (1) rebate per calendar month.
  4. Rebate may not be used in conjunction with any other discounts, special pricing, or programs.
  5. Offer not valid on Minicom purchases.
  6. The $1000 order minimum will be measured in U.S. dollars (tax & freight not included). Rebate checks will be written in U.S. dollars.
  7. C2G reserves the right to deny any rebate if all requirements are not met.

PLEASE NOTE

Upon receipt, a ticket number will be assigned to your request and communicated to you via email. An email will be sent to you upon check disbursement. Checks will be issued by Lastar, Inc. Please allow 4-6 weeks from date of receipt for processing. For status updates, please email distyrebates@c2g.com and reference your ticket number.

We suggest you retain copies of the rebate form and all invoices for your records.

Void where taxed, prohibited or restricted by law. C2G is not responsible for late or misdirected mail. Fraudulent submission of multiple requests could result in Federal prosecution under the Mail Fraud Statutes (18USC. Sections 1341 and 1342).