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Anyone used BidTV? - Dont they talk alot of rubbish? haha what you bought from them?

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banned7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Anyone used BidTV? - Dont they talk alot of rubbish? haha what you bought from them?

Hated this channel forever, as I hate sales people although used to be a rep for safe style uk but i know what rubbish you gotta talk therefore i forbid this sort of thing, if you want something you'll go get it.

unless your lazy, lol..

but tonight i actually bought something, an energyelectric cost meter thing, thought it was a good idea!
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banned7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
I personally haven't fallen, sorry bought anything off them as yet. But it cracks me up when they have watches on and they make them sound like they've been hand carved out of moon rock by pygmes from a long lost tribe on the Amazon. They start off at £1300 and sell for £37!! Or they'll sell something like smoke detectors and they go for £3, but charge £8.99 p&p. :-D
banned#2
stefor
I personally haven't fallen, sorry bought anything off them as yet. But it cracks me up when they have watches on and they make them sound like they've been hand carved out of moon rock by pygmes from a long lost tribe on the Amazon. They start off at £1300 and sell for £37!! Or they'll sell something like smoke detectors and they go for £3, but charge £8.99 p&p. :-D


totally agree, i once got a watch of a couple who used to stay where i used to work and they had bought it off bid tv(the wifey buys everything on there) and the watch was **** i could have held it in the air dropped it and it would have floated to the floor unless the wind caught it and then it would be a goner
#3
some of the stuff they sell is ok normally a good deal...

but you know if its a good deal or not because they show you the cheapest price they have found.

and if its a **** deal they wont show you a cheaper price
#4
Barge pole and " Don't touch " spring to mind.

Their extortionate postage costs give them a clear profit on all of their rubbish items.

Not forgetting the Premium Rate phone calls.:x
#5
They have some crackers on there time to time, and I remember buying a watch for £40 when Online on Amazon was something like £200 (and they still sell on ebay for well over £100).

A lot of it is normal priced tat, but just wait, and sometimes something good will pop up.
banned#6
Inactive;5690766
Barge pole and " Don't touch " spring to mind.

Their extortionate postage costs give them a clear profit on all of their rubbish items.

Not forgetting the Premium Rate phone calls.:x

+1

a total con and always cheaper elsewhere.
suspended#7
had a couple of things from price drop but only when it was £1 mega drop, couple of film cells and a watch, but for some reason they sent the stuff then refunded me as they said it was never sent or never arrived which i didnt mind but apart from that most of its a rip off
#8
I have had some dvd boxsets, so big knex double ferris wheel(which including p&P was only £15 wehere as alsewhere was £50) a hell's kitchen set in a £1 mega drop and also a memory foam mattress.
#9
My mums bloody addicted to these poxy channels!!
Extortionate postage cost n dont forget the 1.50 for the phone call as well makes it over a tenner b4 you start!!!
So even on the rare 1 pound mega drops the items still gonna cost you over ten quid!

Occassionally (very rarely), you might get lucky and find something that is less in total than the shops but good luck!
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Wotwot123

A lot of it is normal priced tat, but just wait, and sometimes something good will pop up.


+1 :thumbsup:

If you do decide to bid do it online as it doesn't cost anything......
#11
magough
My mums bloody addicted to these poxy channels!!
Extortionate postage cost n dont forget the 1.50 for the phone call as well makes it over a tenner b4 you start!!!



I only ever place bids via the website so save the £1.50 phone call cost.
banned#12
gari189
+1 :thumbsup:

If you do decide to bid do it online as it doesn't cost anything......


good idea, i really wanted the green energy meter so thought id waste the money on the phone call, but after awhile I looked on there site, the product I won the bid for was £24.99 online price via the site you could buy it for £20, lol

I wouldnt buy again from them, there call back service too is poor, cant understand what they say hardly!

now I guess ill see what the delivery service is like, but I agree with the above, cheaper prices to be had either here or somewhere on the internet,

Sam

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