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Yes (but it’s not perfect), it’s from a third party:
2) Click ‘Use recipe’
3) Register your details (trust us it’s fine to use your normal details, but you could use alias if you want)
5) Click ‘Activate’ next to SMS
6) IMPORTANT: Enter your mobile phone number but instead of the 0 at the beginning enter 0044
7) You can edit the appearance of the text message/email or just leave it
8) Click ‘Use Recipe’
And you have finished, next time we post a deal within 3-5 minutes you should get a text message 🙂
The short answer is nothing, wait for your refund.
The long answer is when you buy something online you’re actually saying “I would like to give you £15 for this item” (known as an invitation to treat), the company receives your order and then decides to accept or refuse your offer, i.e. both parties have to be willing to enter into a contract at an agreed price.
Most companies only create a contract with you once your items have left their warehouse/etc (this is mentioned in T&Cs for most sites).
You can do two things A) Complain to the company if you feel it was unfair or the service was rubbish etc B) If this keeps happening or you believe companies are doing this on purpose then please complain to Trading Standards via Citizen Advice Bureau or speak with ASA (Advertising Standards Authority).
For more reading on this read these:
You have two options:
1) Speak with the supermarket and see what they say, most will simply say sorry and offer you a good will gesture of say £5-£10. It’s up to you if you accept or ask for more. We suggest you ring the supermarket and ask to speak with the manager and or ring head office and do the same.
2) If the item was past the ‘Use by date’ when purchased – speak with http://www.tradingstandards.gov.uk/advice/advice-business-fdlabelsum8.cfm as they have authority to fine the supermarket up to £2000 for the infringement but most importantly will check them out and see if they’re breaking any other rules/regulations etc that might effect other shoppers.
The best thing to do is contact the company involved and speak with them, failing that please post on our Facebook wall to see if anyone else has been having issues. If multiple people have been having issues or you’ve been having longterm issues with a company then we’re more than willing to step in and see if we can help.
We spell them all wrong on purpose, it’s so they don’t find out about the awesome finds we post. We change it from time to time.
Any deals we post have been checked against our database of approved stores, these stores generally are UK based with a decent customer service record, what appears to be a secure website and one that we would personally be happy to buy from.
Some posts/links won’t be on our list of approved sellers and for those we will do some checks on the company, website, phone number etc to ensure the website is safe and the company is legit however as always there is no guarantee that the website is safe, please always do your own research before proceeding.
Alongside some posts we may offer additional WARNING messages, here are some examples:
Use alias email = don’t use your normal day to day email as they’re likely to spam you or sell your details on
Credit Card / Paypal recommended = The company isn’t approved and we would not be 100% confident in recommending them or they could go bust and these added buyer protection policies could prevent you losing your money.
If you’re unsure about a company then please check with us, ask users in the comments and/or do your own research.
We generally don’t take requests however take a look / search through our page and if you still can’t find a relevant deal we will try our hardest to take a look for you. Simply send us a message.
If you think you’ve found a deal it’s always best to double check other places/sellers to make sure the deal is as good as you first thought, if so then please message us on Facebook / post it on our wall.
DTD = Double the difference, it’s a refund policy at Tesc0 where you get twice the refund due to a mistake. More info available on here
Try these sites for discounted consoles bundles:
PS4 consoles > http://10ws.co/1C2RwwJ http://10ws.co/1Ac2sHE http://amzn.to/1Ac31kC http://10ws.co/1Id7LG7 http://10ws.co/1Id8HKD http://10ws.co/1Id8O8U http://10ws.co/1Ac5BqN http://10ws.co/1yk116N
Looking for Xbox Live or PSN credit? > Normally http://10ws.co/1qonrOx are the cheapest
We would love to help but unfortunately if we helped one person we would soon be inundated with requests and would end up as a student buy/sell forum. Try Gumtree but with cash on collection only. Good luck
See our updated Birthday list
See our student discount list for more info
Sensible budgeting is the way forward, have you seen the 100% personal ‘tax’ trick?
WARNING: Doing the following could be classed as fraud, please check ensure you’re not breaking any laws before proceeding.
“I also work for BT and if you say you are moving to Kingston upon Hull (probably find an address and postcode) you can get out of contract with no charges. Probably same with all providers as no one can provide services but Kingston communications and you can’t hold to a contract if you can’t provide a service” – Love a BT insider.
The most important thing is our users, we therefore have a very strict policy on what we discuss, post about etc.
Please send us an email with some details including a link to your website etc.
If you’re not the best in market price/service wise then we most likely won’t be interested.
Please use the contact us form to let us know the details
We’re always on the look out for people to write content for our site, help us find deals etc however at the moment we’re not taking on anyway. We will amend once we’re looking. Thank you
Please use the contact us form to let us know the details
We would love to help but unfortunately if we helped one person/charity out we would soon be inundated with requests. We do have our own charities that we already help, hope you can understand. Good luck with it all, sorry we can’t help.
Telling your family & friends about us is a massive help but you can also support us by changing your Amazon bookmark link to our link – this means Amazon pay us a small % for every purchase you which helps us no end.
Unfortunately we cannot give financial advice however you can learn more on https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/