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YouBeauty luxury beauty brand advent calendar £49.95 worth 330

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Given the phenomenal success of other (IMO) less packed beauty advent calendars this year I think this is a great deal 50 pounds plus 5 postage (10 pounds off this weekend) for an an array of beauty p…
loveadeal100 Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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webby1980
why so cold. seems like a good deal
thanks! i agree. im happy with it :-)
why so cold. seems like a good deal
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Make-up/Beauty Box, first one free using code ybd342 (cancel subscription to avoid monthly charges)

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Remember to cancel by going to >my account >my membership You can add two items (some are out of stock) and the others are random. Hope this helps someone.
snigface Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago290 Comments
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Over The Knee

As my American friends and colleagues like to say, you're welcome! :)

I have to say, some of your posts and research abilities cause me to believe that you're a lawyer in the making ... - though I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy! :D

No comment on my future plans (_;)
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If only they had done this before. Right at the start. I'm annoyed at the time and energy I've spent on what should have been a very simple matter to resolve. Including researching the relevant legislation, all the emails, and phoning my bank to discuss the issue and cancel my debit card.

This guy - Cold Calling: The victim who fought back - and won - successfully claimed £195 for his time and electricity, as well as his £25 court costs, when he was repeatedly called by a sales and marketing company when he had specifically asked them not to. I wish that we could claim - as a group - for the time and energy that YBD forced us to waste...

What relevant legislation did you come up with? Was it the same as mine?
Well, apart from general contract law, another poster (AnnieMumba) posted a link to the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (Post #71), which I found extremely helpful - not only for this case but also in future dealings with other companies.

Incidentally, for what it's worth, I'm a former solicitor and I thought that your template letters were drafted very well, particularly the parts where you quoted extracts of the relevant sections and then set out how you believed that the company had contravened them.

Pretty much the same, then. There were a couple of others I was going to look into, but I'd already 'wasted' enough time on that template and thought it was enough to make them see sense (which, I guess it was, after Trading Standards backed me up). But, I agree, what I found out will be very useful for the future anyway.

Thank you very much. That's encouraging to read! :)
As my American friends and colleagues like to say, you're welcome! :)

I have to say, some of your posts and research abilities cause me to believe that you're a lawyer in the making ... - though I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy! :D

Not quite sure what you are laying claim to helping us do since our heads up got you to refuse delivery of your box.
I have not at any stage 'laid claim' to helping anyone in this thread. What are you talking about?
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Over The Knee
If only they had done this before. Right at the start. I'm annoyed at the time and energy I've spent on what should have been a very simple matter to resolve. Including researching the relevant legislation, all the emails, and phoning my bank to discuss the issue and cancel my debit card.

This guy - Cold Calling: The victim who fought back - and won - successfully claimed £195 for his time and electricity, as well as his £25 court costs, when he was repeatedly called by a sales and marketing company when he had specifically asked them not to. I wish that we could claim - as a group - for the time and energy that YBD forced us to waste...

What relevant legislation did you come up with? Was it the same as mine?
Well, apart from general contract law, another poster (AnnieMumba) posted a link to the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (Post #71), which I found extremely helpful - not only for this case but also in future dealings with other companies.

Incidentally, for what it's worth, I'm a former solicitor and I thought that your template letters were drafted very well, particularly the parts where you quoted extracts of the relevant sections and then set out how you believed that the company had contravened them.

Pretty much the same, then. There were a couple of others I was going to look into, but I'd already 'wasted' enough time on that template and thought it was enough to make them see sense (which, I guess it was, after Trading Standards backed me up). But, I agree, what I found out will be very useful for the future anyway.

Thank you very much. That's encouraging to read! :)
As my American friends and colleagues like to say, you're welcome! :)

I have to say, some of your posts and research abilities cause me to believe that you're a lawyer in the making ... - though I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy! :D
Over The Knee
blabbity
Over The Knee
If only they had done this before. Right at the start. I'm annoyed at the time and energy I've spent on what should have been a very simple matter to resolve. Including researching the relevant legislation, all the emails, and phoning my bank to discuss the issue and cancel my debit card.

This guy - Cold Calling: The victim who fought back - and won - successfully claimed £195 for his time and electricity, as well as his £25 court costs, when he was repeatedly called by a sales and marketing company when he had specifically asked them not to. I wish that we could claim - as a group - for the time and energy that YBD forced us to waste...

What relevant legislation did you come up with? Was it the same as mine?
Well, apart from general contract law, another poster (AnnieMumba) posted a link to the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (Post #71), which I found extremely helpful - not only for this case but also in future dealings with other companies.

Incidentally, for what it's worth, I'm a former solicitor and I thought that your template letters were drafted very well, particularly the parts where you quoted extracts of the relevant sections and then set out how you believed that the company had contravened them.

Pretty much the same, then. There were a couple of others I was going to look into, but I'd already 'wasted' enough time on that template and thought it was enough to make them see sense (which, I guess it was, after Trading Standards backed me up). But, I agree, what I found out will be very useful for the future anyway.

Thank you very much. That's encouraging to read! :)
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I used PayPal to pay in the first place, so there's no card details. I also cancelled the PayPal recurring payment early last month.

I won't come here for sympathy &/or support, so no worries. But thanks for the reply.

So you are claiming the "free" October box with the knowledge that enters you into a contract to buy the November box but you are going to refuse to pay... good luck with that!


Earlier in this thread (unless I deleted it), I said I was OK with getting the free box in October, then paying for the November one.

I cancelled the recurring payment, that's all... I never said I would refuse to pay for November's one.

Cancelling the recurring payment makes you liable for recovery charges as you have now knowingly entered into a contract & a missed payment may be recorded on your credit file. A free box of tat is seriously not worth the aggravation it is going to cause you.
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The 'You' Beauty Advent Calendar now HALF PRICE £24.95 + FREE P&P

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Have been waiting to see if this would go down to half price this year and it has :) This could easily be kept for next December in a cool dark place...or give yourself a treat and have one for Januar…
ljboath Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago15 Comments
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Well I'm a member and always get something decent each month for the £6.95 fee.
is it worth joining this site?
glad it is oos. was very tempted tee hee :)
Out of stock :(
Hot - would of had one of these for next year if in stock
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You beauty discover box £6.95 delivered

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The you beauty discovery box for nov a subscription box where each month you choose 2 products from a list the price is £6.95 delivered and can be stopped at any time This month one of the products…
westiekate Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago2 Comments
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Thank you for your e-mail



According to our records you have used the offer 342 which means that you are getting the first box free of charge and you are charged for the box in October and November and you cannot cancel subscription until December.



In December if you decide that you do not wish to continue with the subscription you will be able to cancel it.



The only way we can cancel is if you send the box back to us once you receive it.


You may be charged for the postage.


Kind Regards,

YBD
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Limited Edition 'Balance Me' products + £10 Voucher £19.95 RRP £100 from YOU Beauty Discovery

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Box of Balance Me products and £10 voucher. No need to be a member of You Beauty for this one.
lilDab Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago3 Comments
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Even for travel sized products this is a good deal (if you use this product) especially with a £10 voucher included. I have been using this stuff for a few years, I've had lots of surgeries and have very little scaring thanks to their super moisturising oil!

You Beauty is part of The (shudder) Daily Mail.

http://www.johnlewis.com/balance-me-radiance-face-oil-30ml/p231627352

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-2404518/YOU-beauty-discovery-launches-today.html
Debenhams have just started stocking this range ... Have not tried it but if these are smaller sizes (probably are) then it is an economical way to try without paying for full size. This sounds like a PR type company who send you trial sizes for a fee that covers their costs/shipping. I tried a box similar a couple of months ago from 'Latest In Beauty' as they were mentioned on Glamour magazine. Not bad deal if you like to try lots of new products without having to buy full sizes. Will give this one a look.
Perhaps I dont know enough about the product. I haven't heard of them before. Imo they sound like trial size items.

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