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Cant find yesterdays LG 47 LED TV postings anymore?

hooray henry Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Tried searching and searching but cant find the thread,I want to see if anyone gets that tv from pixmania. Cheers if you can point me in the right direction
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/659587/lg-47le5300-47-full-hd-led-tv-199-2

the thread in misc has been spammed/removed though.
#2
Neither could I.
I ordered on too and haven't had a cancellation notice yet.
#3
mse had a live thread last time I was on there.
[mod]#4
Its expired so look under expired deals
#5
Thanks folks,much appreciated:thumbsup:
#6
My order has been validated this morning! - says expect delivery in 28 days, not 5.
#7
patience_1
My order has been validated this morning! - says expect delivery in 28 days, not 5.


MIne too.
#8
Validated and same, it says 28days. Also just had a call from Barclaycard ensuring it was not a fraudulent transaction, so they have processed the payments.
#9
There all slowly getting cancelled, and you will have to wait for your money back, knew this would happen.
#10
This is really interesting now. I expected it to be cancelled, like the m and s wine a couple of weeks ago.
The question arises, is 'validation' a bona fide acceptance of my offer. I think it could be.
They have taken my money, given me an expected delivery date, told me I cannot cancel the offer online and now said that they have 'validated' my order.
I think we could have grounds for an argument now if they start to cancel.
#11
patience_1
This is really interesting now. I expected it to be cancelled, like the m and s wine a couple of weeks ago.
The question arises, is 'validation' a bona fide acceptance of my offer. I think it could be.
They have taken my money, given me an expected delivery date, told me I cannot cancel the offer online and now said that they have 'validated' my order.
I think we could have grounds for an argument now if they start to cancel.


Except I doubt they have 27,000 of the TVs in stock to honour every order.

They have about 250, and it's a complete lottery as to who gets one.
#12
Adam2050
There all slowly getting cancelled, and you will have to wait for your money back, knew this would happen.

Thus why I paid on my credit card, so I am not actually down any cash, and if they take longer then 7 working days a charge back will be made.
Was worth a punt, I've had a £99 Dell Mini 9, free blu-rays, 1p games/dvds, £1 blu-rays, along with a few otherr misprices so it is always worth a try.
:thumbsup:

BTW How is married life? All good I hope!

patience_1
This is really interesting now. I expected it to be cancelled, like the m and s wine a couple of weeks ago.
The question arises, is 'validation' a bona fide acceptance of my offer. I think it could be.
They have taken my money, given me an expected delivery date, told me I cannot cancel the offer online and now said that they have 'validated' my order.
I think we could have grounds for an argument now if they start to cancel.


I'm up for a few arguments! Count me in!
#13
No contract will have been made unless monies were taken.
Even then they have 28days to refund you i think.

Validation stage on an order contractually and legally mean nothing, the money being charged/taken from you does.
#14
awoodhall2003
Thus why I paid on my credit card, so I am not actually down any cash, and if they take longer then 7 working days a charge back will be made.
Was worth a punt, I've had a £99 Dell Mini 9, free blu-rays, 1p games/dvds, £1 blu-rays, along with a few otherr misprices so it is always worth a try.
:thumbsup:

BTW How is married life? All good I hope!



I'm up for a few arguments! Count me in!



Same mate just got my new credit card for this reason alone today.

Married lifes good yeh if not a little to expensive atm (buying new stuff for the house)

Hows life?
#15
Adam2050
Same mate just got my new credit card for this reason alone today.

Married lifes good yeh if not a little to expensive atm (buying new stuff for the house)

Hows life?


LOL! Nice one!

Yeah I can imagine, I've done the moving in thing once which cost us a bit. But this purchasing other then the costs of mortgage/fees/solicitors/searches/etc is still going to cost more as just to start we need a washer drier, fridge freezer, sofa, wardrobe, chest of drawers, interior and exterior dining table+chairs amongst other things! But it will all be worth it! :thumbsup:
#16
Just had the e-mail............

Dear *************,



We regret to inform you that we have had to cancel your order number ***************.



For credit card payments no funds will be captured. If you paid by Paypal, a full refund is currently being processed.



As you will have noticed the price of the product sold was a typing error: the price was below the real value of the item and in no way reflective of the real value.



Legally, the order is not valid as the price is deemed vile.



We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused. Please note the error has been corrected and you can now place a new order for the same item. This will be dealt with immediately.



Best Regards,



Best Regards,



Yep, that is [COLOR="Red"]VILE!!! [/COLOR]Damn it.....maybe it was because I ordered 2 maybe??
#17
just had my cancel email. i only ordered 1
#19
How is any of this vile?

All retailers operate under the system of "offer to purchase" every item they sell is on offer, is not guaranteed to you at that price, UNLESS they take money AND deliver it.

Until that point of delivery or checkout, no sale contract has been fully completed under the law, bear in mind all distance retailers have the option to refund within a month if they do take money and do not deliver.

Why do people think that just because something is promised they are entitled to it by some moral code despite legally being utterly pointless???

When I posted my MISC thread I made it clear it was unlikely they would honour it :)
#20
awoodhall2003
Thus why I paid on my credit card, so I am not actually down any cash, and if they take longer then 7 working days a charge back will be made.


How does that work then, how do you mean that you wont be down on any cash?

If Pixmania take the money out of your credit card account and then delay returning it wont you get an interest charge from your card company?

sorry to sound thick but I dont know much about these things.
#21
Ahhh thread restored, how lovely, how many times will people spam this for no reason?

If a mod can elaborate if those who did spam this were given infractions it would be nice to know so that people can be warned if they do so for no good reason they are warned as a result.
#22
chalk;8417070
How does that work then, how do you mean that you wont be down on any cash?

If Pixmania take the money out of your credit card account and then delay returning it wont you get an interest charge from your card company?

sorry to sound thick but I dont know much about these things.



Most CC's give 30-60 days interest free on purchases before charging interest, the whole point of a CC is that you are using THEIR money to buy it and thus is subject to alot more laws protecting you and if the charge on the card remains with no item delivered, they will charge back without complaint resulting in no money lost.
#23
thanks a lot for the reply, so they would charge a fee for the chargeback to the company that didn't deliver. I wonder why they do that though and not just ask for a refund, I would be happy with just a refund if it was my money inspite of the inconvenience of goods not received, perhaps its do with interest lost?

I never really understood my credit card terms, I had one some years ago and if I got it correct the 30 - 60 day interest free didn't work how I expected it to, but I could well be wrong.

For example I expected the 30 - 60 day interest free to start from the time I made the purchase and run for a month from that date but in my case with the company I was with I don't think it did and you had to make payments by the end of the month even if purchased just days before and then ended up paying unexpected interest charges.

Not sure if thats right but I got caught out a few times with charges, guess you have to be quite careful and not forgetfull when using one.

They also only put the minimum amount you had to pay not the full amount owing (or something like that) which confused me as to how much I actually had to pay to avoid an interest charge. I naively thought it was just the minimum amount.

anyway I found it too contrived and time consuming keeping track of things so as not get caught out with charges and stopped using mine.
#24
Why would they charge a fee for refunding/recrediting your account on a purchase there was never delivered upon?
New CC regs that came in couple of years ago means all charges excluding interest are £12 max.

I suggest calling your CC company, asking them what the terms on your CC is, ask for your billing date and give/ask for purchasing examples, if you buy such and such on this date, how long am i charge, etc etc, then you will get a general idea.

If you are unsure then you should setup a direct debit to take out that entire months bill from your current account so as to avoid credit card charges.
#25
schizoboy
How is any of this vile?

All retailers operate under the system of "offer to purchase" every item they sell is on offer, is not guaranteed to you at that price, UNLESS they take money AND deliver it.

Until that point of delivery or checkout, no sale contract has been fully completed under the law, bear in mind all distance retailers have the option to refund within a month if they do take money and do not deliver.

Why do people think that just because something is promised they are entitled to it by some moral code despite legally being utterly pointless???

When I posted my MISC thread I made it clear it was unlikely they would honour it :)


Vile means CHEAP in French, suspect they stuck it all through a translator and 'cos Vile is an English word it missed it.
#26
schizoboy
Why would they charge a fee for refunding/recrediting your account on a purchase there was never delivered upon?


I think you misunderstood me, I didn't say they would chargeback I thought you did here
schizoboy
if the charge on the card remains with no item delivered, they will charge back without complaint resulting in no money lost.


and I was just trying to confirm that I got it correct :thumbsup: but it seems I still got it wrong, so what is chargeback then?

schizoboy
New CC regs that came in couple of years ago means all charges excluding interest are £12 max.


didn't know that, thanks

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