How do I find out if I have reached my referral limit?

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I was wondering if I have reached my referral limit of $300, is there a way I can check.

Previously I referred my wife, my brother and my mom for about 6 months already but I was paying for their bill so technically the account was with me.

So does that mean I have hit the $300 limit for the year?
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Brandon Gee

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Hi Brandon, it's $300 worth of credits within a calendar year. If you referred your friends/family mentioned above last year - and received all of those credits within year - then you've started fresh as of January. If any of those credits were applied in 2017, then they would count towards the $300 you're eligible for this year. You can always log into your profile at www.koodo.com/refer to review your referral history and see when referrals were made. Keep in mind that this may not sync-up 100% with when the credits were applied to your bills, so if there's any confusion, review your bill history in self serve as well to see when the credits were actually applied.
Hope this helps.