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Printer / Hard Drive / Keyboard / Other Stuff £Zilch @ Buyur

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Good night. Printer Kyocera Hard Drive Lacie Keyboard Wacom Read More
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Printer Kyocera

Hard Drive Lacie

Keyboard Wacom
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#1
Pretty obvious website misprice.

Edited By: cb-uk on Jan 15, 2017 23:57
1 Like #2
Doesn't load when you add to cart...
#3
Just tried to checkout as a guest on the hdd, but it doesn't give you option to add cards etc at the "payment method" screen oO . Heat anyways. HUKD Bingo! X)
#4
PowerPantsPete
Just tried to checkout as a guest on the hdd, but it doesn't give you option to add cards etc at the "payment method" screen oO . Heat anyways. HUKD Bingo! X)
It won't let you pay nothing, if you go for paid delivery, or add something cheaper like a network cable for £1.76 then you can pay.
#5
found screen protector for 76p Gunnar give it a go
#6
darkness1427
found screen protector for 76p Gunnar give it a go
Ah, yup that seems to be the cheapest item

http://www.buyur.co.uk/mydoodah-protect-htc-one-s-protector.html
#7
After adding a priced item I was allowed to complete an order. Also got an order confirmation email.. Fingers crossed
#8
order made and confirmation email received, let's see what happens. heat added
1 Like #9
[img]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a204/paultoole/worthago_zpspz9y7tfd.jpg[/img]
#10
dam
#11
i ordered too..
fingers crossed
#12
Just ordered a printer and screen protector for 76p delivered. Not expired.
1 Like #13
no payments method avaible
#14
Even when I add a paid for item it still will not process...
#15
no payment
options now...
#16
out of stock
#17
Oos
#18
Hard drive still available
#19
paultoole
[img]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a204/paultoole/worthago_zpspz9y7tfd.jpg[/img]
Why have you posted this pic 3 times? Toole? :D
#20
trizinger28
paultoole
[img]http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a204/paultoole/worthago_zpspz9y7tfd.jpg[/img]
Why have you posted this pic 3 times? Toole? :D
You know I have no idea how that happened?
#21
msiddiq1989
Hard drive still available

it was, and then when i went to pa for it. no stock
1 Like #22
I used paypal for quick payment, order confirmation email recevied, lets see
#23
just looking at T&C's looks as though once they take payment then a contract is agreed and they must fulfill the order. there is another clause just under it though which confused me a little. if someone with a little more knowledge on contract law wants to have a nosey http://www.buyur.co.uk/terms-and-conditions/ looking at section 2.4 and 2.7
#24
darkness1427
just looking at T&C's looks as though once they take payment then a contract is agreed and they must fulfill the order. there is another clause just under it though which confused me a little. if someone with a little more knowledge on contract law wants to have a nosey http://www.buyur.co.uk/terms-and-conditions/ looking at section 2.4 and 2.7


And you're going to take them to court over it? Suspect they're not as big as b&q
#25
Good luck everyone.X)
#26
Dear qwerta369,

Thank you for your order.

Unfortunately due to a technical error and we are unable to fulfil your order. Please do be aware that this is a genuine error and this is not our standard practice as a company.

We can only apologise sincerely for any inconvenience caused and a full refund has been processed to you.

Kindest Regards
Buyur Customer Service Team
#27
^^ ..the PayPal refund came straight after. I thought once they take payment a contract is formed?
#28
qwerta369
^^ ..the PayPal refund came straight after. I thought once they take payment a contract is formed?
Think you will find there are many clauses which rightly protect the consumer and seller.
#29
qwerta369
^^ ..the PayPal refund came straight after. I thought once they take payment a contract is formed?
please don't even go there
#30
dataload
qwerta369
^^ ..the PayPal refund came straight after. I thought once they take payment a contract is formed?
please don't even go there
Erm, I paid £4.95 for express shipping. They've had my money, a contract is formed, I have a right to receive the item (which is now legally my property)... if they don't dispatch it today for my receipt tomorrow I WILL be starting legal proceedings as that's my consumer right. I suggest everyone else does the same!!
#31
qwerta369
dataload
qwerta369
^^ ..the PayPal refund came straight after. I thought once they take payment a contract is formed?
please don't even go there
Erm, I paid £4.95 for express shipping. They've had my money, a contract is formed, I have a right to receive the item (which is now legally my property)... if they don't dispatch it today for my receipt tomorrow I WILL be starting legal proceedings as that's my consumer right. I suggest everyone else does the same!!
you don't legally own an item because you paid for shipping..

2.3 Any Order made by you will be treated as an offer to purchase Products and/or Services (as the case may be) from us.

2.4 A contract (Contract) between you and us in respect of the supply of Products and/or Services (as the case may be) by us to you will only be formed when we have accepted the Order and dispatched the relevant Product(s) to you


2.6 We reserve the right at our absolute discretion to reject any Order made by you for Products and/or Services at any time and without reason.

you accepted these terms and conditions when placing your order

so just in case you aren't trolling, good luck in your legal battle

Edited By: dataload on Jan 16, 2017 11:19
#32
Cancellations all-round
#33
spoke to someone more knowledgeable on contract law who agreed that based on their own terms and conditions a contract is formed and they have to fulfill it else they are in breach of contract. there is a clear distinction in the T&C between an order and a contract so they should fulfill it.

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