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Bane17 Avatar
9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
Please reply fast as I am at checkout now...

Saw this on main page but when I refreshed it was no longer there, any ideas why?

http://www.123digital.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=45http://www.123digital.co.uk/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=21&products_id=45

MOD EDIT - do not buy from this site ^^^^
Bane17 Avatar
9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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#1
It's a dodgy site...
#2
Oh ok. Steals bank details etc I take it?
#3
Well, a member going through checkout said there was no security when they were going to enter their CC details... no padlock or https... that is enough for us not to have it on the forum... :)
#4
Great to know the site picks up on things like this :) Dont want CC details to get in to the wrong hands, thanks!
#5
Well its not a very secure site, Half of the stuff on their site is free!

Just dodgy!..... So avoid!
#6
hmm i tried a false credit card name and number and it said "The credit card number entered is invalid.
Please check the number and try again"

but when i entered my own one in it accepted
doesnt this mean its genuine?
#7
dark_like_vader
doesnt this mean its genuine?


Nope, It just means the card is valid, Not that the company is genuine.
#8
dark_like_vader
but when i entered my own one in it accepted

Now you've given them your credit card details.... bad move :-(
#9
Mattitude
Now you've given them your credit card details.... bad move :-(


I have one of those top up debit cards, with £0 on, would it be safe to use that? lol. :whistling: :giggle:
#10
Mattitude
Now you've given them your credit card details.... bad move :-(


I'd ring up you bank and tell them too!, I really hope nobody else has fallen for this. :-(
#11
Mattitude
Now you've given them your credit card details.... bad move :-(


i actually mistyped my name when i entered the details =\ i was in that much of a rush after loosin out to those beds from debenhams lol
i dont know if its gonna make a difference, im gonna call my credit card company and put a stop on it

definatly a dodgy site, they have imitated kjglobal by the looks of it
#12
Mistyping your name won't make a difference unfortunately, As long as the expiry, card number and security number is right it normally goes through.
#13
Iom-RF
Mistyping your name won't make a difference unfortunately, As long as the expiry, card number and security number is right it normally goes through.


doesnt ask for security number just card number and expirey date

hmm nothings appeared on the transaction according to my company, they said it might take while tomorrow to show so i have to call back :-(
#14
Do they process the card details themselves then? no paypal option etc?

We have a site but accept nochex/google/paypal, that way it is secure and customers feel a bit better about trusting a new store, strange that a small site wouldnt want to do that anyway
#15
loupomm
Do they process the card details themselves then? no paypal option etc?

We have a site but accept nochex/google/paypal, that way it is secure and customers feel a bit better about trusting a new store, strange that a small site wouldnt want to do that anyway



I had a quick look at their T&Cs while the thread was still there and they said that Secpay were processing the card details, BUT the front page of the site said it was a test site so wether it was a dodgy site or one in the process of being set up the lack of a padlock or https means that the Secpay part wasn't in opperation.
banned#16
would it not be more appropriate to remove the link :oops:
#17
barneydog
I had a quick look at their T&Cs while the thread was still there and they said that Secpay were processing the card details, BUT the front page of the site said it was a test site so wether it was a dodgy site or one in the process of being set up the lack of a padlock or https means that the Secpay part wasn't in opperation.



ahh i see, deffo dodgy then cos i think a legit site would make sure all was in place to reasure potential customers if they wanted on going custom :thumbsup:

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