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Rubberduck Bathrooms Discount Codes & Voucher Codes

Looking for voucher codes for Rubberduck Bathrooms?

The best way to look for further discounts across your order would be to give us a call on 01642 913 727.

As a discount retailer, it makes it difficult to offer a voucher codes that can be used across our full product range. For that reason we don't release voucher codes too often, but we will always look at any order with a view to saving customers money where we can. The more items you have in the basket, the easier it is to offer further discounts across your full order.

Also, we never ask for money in exchange for voucher codes, and gift vouchers (if available) are only sold directly by us and never by a third party.

Genuine vouchers are never masked behind a form, we would only ever send them out via:

  • The Rubberduck Bathrooms web site
  • Newsletter subscriptions through email
  • Official social media channels
  • Printed media or in-store displays
  • Through Reviews.co.uk for existing or returning customers

If you would like the opportunity to receive a discount or voucher code from us, please be sure to sign up to our FREE newsletter and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Beware of Fraudulent Voucher Code Sites

It has come to our attention that there are a number of voucher code websites offering discount voucher codes for our business, Rubberduck Bathrooms. Some of these voucher websites are free to use but only offer the code in exchange for money or personal information. These sites are not affiliated with us in any way, and are using our brand without our permission.

If you don't want to become a victim of fraud, avoid visiting them if possible do not under any circumstances give them any money or personal information.

If you are a UK customer and you have been a victim of fraud please report it to https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/

Why do fake voucher sites exsist?

When money changes hands the motivation is obvious, but your personal information holds value as well when compiled into lists and sold to other companies.

More than simple email lists is that your information can potentially be combined with other sources to provide a detailed enough picture of you to conduct identity theft and lead to other types of fraud.

Other sites piggy back off websites and brand names to boost visitors to their site to increase revenue from advertising commerisions.

What are the warning signs?

  • First of all, we DO NOT promote voucher codes though voucher sites!
  • If an offer seems too good to be true, then it probably is.
  • Look for verifiable trust symbols such as:
  • Company address information
  • Alternative means of contact: telephone, postcode etc.
  • Policy documents: Privacy Policy, Terms and Conditions, Refund Policy
  • Impartial third party reviews such as Trustpilot, Feefo, etc.

Red flags to watch out for:

  • Information hidden behind sign up forms
  • Lack of company information
  • Insecure URL’s
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