Ok we all know what's been going on with the Littlewoods £25 voucher fiasco- I for one am pretty peeved at having £25 added to my account months after my purchase.
For those of you who've been hibernating for the past three months, http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7061767.stm
here's the BBC / Littlewoods version of events . (Thanks Kallisti for the link.)
I'm hoping we can do something about this rather than moaning in the misc forum- I think we should start a petition so we can get an idea of how many people think that Littlewoods should honour the discount that was agreed at consumer checkout.
First, from a legal point of view, does anyone on here study law, or have a law background who can offer sound advice?
Second, if Paul is willing to be the face of the campaign, I think we should perhaps link an optional donation to the petition, hopefully a few of us can contribute financially :)
Third, if anyone has spare time over the weekend where they could perhaps set up a webpage dedicated to this (any ideas/helpers, please list below)
Fourth, if you're a member of another forum (MSE for example), perhaps you could have a scout on there and see whether there's the same kind of feeling about this elsewhere.
I've got time on my hands during the week at the moment so I'm willing to do any administrative work, but we'll need to work together if we're going to get anywhere with it...
So hands up who can help?!? :friends: