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Would you buy this TV?

Ruscoe21 Avatar
5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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#1
#2
seems it.
3 Likes #3
Wouldn't touch it with a barge pole oO
#4
no I would not, and yes it looks like it.
#5
Their UK mailing address is a mail drop address.
#6
DEFO NOT FROM THAT SITE :{
#7
not in a milliona years for 3 reasons;
1) i have never heard of that site before and the price seems just too good to be true/
2) 3d tvs are not ready yet in my opinion, would be better to wait till the technology matures
3) probably the mos important of all..... i have no money lol
banned#8
http://tmpimgs.com/Forums/This-seems-legit.jpg
#9
RUN AWAY!!!

Registered for 1 year in January, no registrant address, poor web-site......need I say more

Dave

Whois Result
Domain
Name magicexpress
Status REGISTERED (What this means)
How to dispute this registration
Registered January 21, 2011
Expiry Date January 31, 2012
Last update April 12, 2011, 9:51 pm
Registrant
Name BEUGNIES PHILIPPE
Organisation N/A
Language English
Address



Phone
Email
Registrar technical contacts
Name Domain Manager
Organisation PublicDomainRegistry.com
Language English
Address



Phone
Fax
Email
Registrar
Organisation Directi Internet Solutions Pvt. Ltd. d/b/a PublicDomainRegistry.com
Website http://www.publicdomainregistry.com
Name servers
ns1.pipedns.com
ns2.pipedns.com
Domain name history
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1.
Jan 2011

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Start:
21 Jan 2011

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1.
Jan 2011

1.

Start:
21 Jan 2011

Timeline legend

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: Registered (change of colour = change of registrant/registrar)
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: In quarantine
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: Not registered


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#10
whats really dodgey is the fact you cant pay by any secure means, they ask for a wire transfer or e-voucher or ukash voucher. When clicking on confirm purchase, no billing information is brought up, payment details are emailed to you seperately.

If however, credit card becomes an available payment choice, then id say take a punt, because it willbe fully covered for fraud.
#11
steveo87
whats really dodgey is the fact you cant pay by any secure means, they ask for a wire transfer or e-voucher or ukash voucher. When clicking on confirm purchase, no billing information is brought up, payment details are emailed to you seperately.

If however, credit card becomes an available payment choice, then id say take a punt, because it willbe fully covered for fraud.


Take a punt!?!?! There IS NOT TVs .. or any other stock for that matter. Why waste your time.
#12
steveo87
whats really dodgey is the fact you cant pay by any secure means, they ask for a wire transfer or e-voucher or ukash voucher. When clicking on confirm purchase, no billing information is brought up, payment details are emailed to you seperately.

If however, credit card becomes an available payment choice, then id say take a punt, because it willbe fully covered for fraud.

it won't
#13
Looks legit to me...
#14
Awful tempting but seems far too good to be true. Nothing good about payment methods though.

Iain
#15
Lol a Playstation 3 on this website is £97 and a 4 Gb xbox 360 is £70 ..... Go for it!

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