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Toshiba Blu-ray Disc Player BDX2100 @ £24.99 plus £3.99 p&p from IWOOT via Amazon.co.uk £28.98

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Another apparently crazy deal from IWOOT via Amazon for a Toshiba blu-ray player. Read More
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Another apparently crazy deal from IWOOT via Amazon for a Toshiba blu-ray player.
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#1
oos
#2
??? Expired or wrong link ?
#3
The were only two. Another miss-price?
#4
It is now out of stock so Expired.
#5
Got one. Doubt it though
#6
Did anyone manage to get a latest gen orange nano for £50?
#7
Purchased a samsung one for the same price from amazon and iwoot only one in stock though but got there quick
#8
Oh dear getting ready for dispatch. Did not need another Bluray player even at this price. I am going to stop using this forum.
#9
steviecross
Oh dear getting ready for dispatch. Did not need another Bluray player even at this price. I am going to stop using this forum.

hold a breath, I got the same message on two other items but I believe that it just mean that payment has been authorised by amazon so I really believe those order never are going to be fulfilled
#10
stkrup
steviecross
Oh dear getting ready for dispatch. Did not need another Bluray player even at this price. I am going to stop using this forum.


hold a breath, I got the same message on two other items but I believe that it just mean that payment has been authorised by amazon so I really believe those order never are going to be fulfilled

Not really bothered, like most items i order nowadays. I just get annoyed and still believe that online sellers should be responsible for their websites as regards stock and pricing. The law needs amending regarding this.
#11
Cancelled due to pricing error, saves me selling it at no doubt a loss on sqeebay.
#12
steviecross
Cancelled due to pricing error, saves me selling it at no doubt a loss on sqeebay.


Another The Hut group round of emails coming our way......again

edit: got a 10% discount code for the iwoot overpriced website

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Jun 10, 2011 21:34
#13
I already have a bluray player i do not use so no problem that i did not get this. However these sites are no doubt doing this just to generate potential customer details to use themselves or sell on. Not interested in the 10% code either. As said before the consumer law needs changing regarding mis advertising, and that is what it really is.
#14
steviecross
I already have a bluray player i do not use so no problem that i did not get this. However these sites are no doubt doing this just to generate potential customer details to use themselves or sell on. Not interested in the 10% code either. As said before the consumer law needs changing regarding mis advertising, and that is what it really is.



If this was done just to make customers etc, then we have a right to complain. There are laws that prevent retailers from false advertising and using tactics like this just to gain footfall or customer details. The problem is most people just complain to themselves and move on. If people took the time out to actually report the matter to the correct authorities then we would see less of these 'mistakes' from happening.

I like the bit of their emails We understand how frustrating this might be please can we ask that if you are unhappy for whatever reason that you contact us first before leaving feedback..

Isn't that just asking for trouble
#15
simplyjimbo
steviecross
I already have a bluray player i do not use so no problem that i did not get this. However these sites are no doubt doing this just to generate potential customer details to use themselves or sell on. Not interested in the 10% code either. As said before the consumer law needs changing regarding mis advertising, and that is what it really is.



If this was done just to make customers etc, then we have a right to complain. There are laws that prevent retailers from false advertising and using tactics like this just to gain footfall or customer details. The problem is most people just complain to themselves and move on. If people took the time out to actually report the matter to the correct authorities then we would see less of these 'mistakes' from happening.

I like the bit of their emails We understand how frustrating this might be please can we ask that if you are unhappy for whatever reason that you contact us first before leaving feedback..

Isn't that just asking for trouble


they are going to get plenty bad feedback
#16
stkrup


they are going to get plenty bad feedback


I reckon they will certainly get it from those who bought the toys for their kids. You know what some parents are like (_;)

I wonder if iWOOT (aka The Hut Group) would have refunded or cancelled orders from anyone who may have been careless enough to have bought one of the overpriced items

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