Why Can’t My Customer Collect A Stamp?
1. Bluetooth/NFC is not switched on
In order to use the Stamp Mate™ Device, Bluetooth or NFC must be switched on, on the users smartphone.
A customer is automatically prompted to turn these settings on when they first attempt to claim a stamp (if it’s not on already) but may not be prompted again if the notification is dismissed.
2. No network connection
The customer’s smartphone needs to be connected to 3G, 4G, 5G or Wi-Fi. They also need to ensure flight mode is off.
3. Phone is not touching the Stamp Mate Device
The back of the smartphone may need to touch the Stamp Mate device for a few seconds in order for a stamp to register.
Please note that if the customer has an Android phone, the customer might need to move their phone around on the device to find the correct tag spot.
See how to collect a stamp with an Android phone for more.
4. The Stamp Me app/your offer card is not open
A stamp can only be collected when the Stamp Me app is open.
The user needs to press ‘scan code’ to bring up the scan screen, or press ‘Stamp Me’ on the desired offer card before touching their phone on the Stamp Mate device.
5. Phone camera screen is dirty/cracked
6. Their phone case prevents the Bluetooth/NFC signal
Some phone cases are too thick and block NFC or Bluetooth signals. In this instance, a customer will struggle to collect a stamp with a Stamp Mate device.
They should remove their phone cover or press the ‘scan code instead’ button to scan the QR stamp code with their camera.
7. They are reusing an expired OneStamp
OneStamps allow a customer to collect a stamp from stickers on things like products, packaging, invoices and more.
If this is the issue, a prompt will pop-up to notify the customer that this is a one-use only stamp.
Tip: we always recommend displaying two stamp validation methods in-store so there is always a backup available in the instance of the customer having an issue with one method.