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Why Expire a deal without reading the whole post

octobergirl Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I just put a deal on here re the dell mini and was surprised that it was expired even though I stated price in my email was £149.99 and link says £199.99
I then went on to say the email came today and was dated todaystating last day of sale so surely if someone reaslly wanted this they would be able to ring Dell and call them on this
So why exire -really dont get it
Surely it would have been better to leave on here and let people decide for themselves whether it was worth a phone call, I could have forwarded my email to anyone that requested
octobergirl Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
anybody................
#2
octobergirl;4599697
anybody................

sorry cant help.....i'm a nobody
#3
keraziee
#4
Just reading your post now and you was told it was a delayed email so that's why it was expired i expect and how do you know people never read the whole post and not really a deal if they have to ask you the email and ring them up.
#5
waterloo
Just reading your post now and you was told it was a delayed email so that's why it was expired i expect and how do you know people never read the whole post and not really a deal if they have to ask you the email and ring them up.


I was not told it was a delayed email - it was mentioned it could be a delayed email a someone else had got one last week., not all emails are sent out to people the same time so I presumed it may or may not have been a delayed email
they obviously didnt read the whole thing because I stated clearly that the email said £149 99 but the website said £199 and I was giving people a change of maybe ringing dell and getting that deal
#6
v2drinkers
Because unless you have some sort of code for that dell mini then the price is £50 more than you have stated!


not £50 more than I stated actually maybe £50 more than my email staed but I clearly stated in the thread my email says £149 but website says £199
banned#7
The deal is most definitely NOT available. What on earth did you expect?
#8
vibeone
The deal is most definitely NOT available. What on earth did you expect?

Looks like op has got the deal unexpired now don't know why when its not available and is going to be voted extra cold now.
banned#9
Fair enough... I'll spam it instead!
banned#10
LOL , looks like someone already had - as soon as I pressed it, it went :)

Spammed and gone now. Great news. Utterly pointless posts are not welcomed.

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