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1 photo wall calender Was £9.99 now £4.99 @ Vistaprint
1 photo wall calender Was £9.99 now £4.99 @ Vistaprint

1 photo wall calender Was £9.99 now £4.99 @ Vistaprint

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Got this in a dvd I got from amazon, might be of use to someone

Customize each month with a different treasured photo
Add text, even to individual calendar dates
Choose any starting month/year

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I can only see £4.99 ?

+ other hidden charges too...

Photo Wall Calendar Upload Fee* £1.99
Photo Wall Calendar Collage Fee £1.49

*There is a one time wall calendars photo storage fee for your uploads. After the initial fee, you can continue to use those particular images in other products of successive orders at no further cost.

+ probably postage on top as well.

Original Poster

Someone voted it cold, can you say why ?

It's here

vistaprint.co.uk/pho…tem

it aint 99p by the time you take the extras it costs like £10 to £12 been caught out with this before
Then they fill your inbox with crap constantly

philmitchell;6785342

.....http://www.vistaprint.co.uk/photo-wall-calendars.aspx?pfid=389&xnav=TsrItem&xnav=TsrItem



Showing as from £4.99 for me ?, unless there is a different link for 99p.

Here is the postage cost :-

Rush - £14.95 3 Days
Priority- £8.07 7 Days
Standard- £5.20 14 Days
Slow - £3.08 21 Days

Original Poster

Not that great then can you take the deal off then please

philmitchell;6785426

Not that great then can you take the deal off then please



We can if you wish.. sadly, this is THE site I would avoid at all costs. Google "Vistaprint Scam" for more details

got this for free + delivery last year and guess what, Vistaprint let it's third party take money out of my bank acc for over a year without notice ( something over £120 ). so not good deal after all

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edi;6785438

We can if you wish.. sadly, this is THE site I would avoid at all costs. … We can if you wish.. sadly, this is THE site I would avoid at all costs. Google "Vistaprint Scam" for more details



Would be good to leave it on here then mate, then others might see what they are like and not order from them

haanh567;6785447

got this for free + delivery last year and guess what, Vistaprint let … got this for free + delivery last year and guess what, Vistaprint let it's third party take money out of my bank acc for over a year without notice ( something over £120 ). so not good deal after all

Yes, I've been "done" by their grubby little schemes (briefly: by ordering, you agree to the small print which is an opt-out deal of some sort - you never actually get anything so you don't realise you're in it), as well. I only found out when I saw money I hadn't authorised going out from my C/card a few months later. They don't start siphoning out immediately though. However, the opt-out scammers changed the name of the company taking the money so I didn't twig it was Vistaprint until I investigated. Plus, (co-incidence?) they took it on the day my C/card statement came out, so one month's statement didn't show anything. I only noticed after a few months when there were TWO deductions listed on the same statement.
[COLOR="DarkOrange"][SIZE="5"]Ordering from this bunch could be the most expensive offer you ever get[/SIZE][/COLOR]. Be very, very careful - check all your card statements for many months after dealing with them.

We've ordered loads of calendars, etc from them and have had no problems at all. We always use Paypal to pay and no extra payments have ver been taken.

pete_l;6785708

Yes, I've been "done" by their grubby little schemes (briefly: by … Yes, I've been "done" by their grubby little schemes (briefly: by ordering, you agree to the small print which is an opt-out deal of some sort - you never actually get anything so you don't realise you're in it), as well. I only found out when I saw money I hadn't authorised going out from my C/card a few months later. They don't start siphoning out immediately though. However, the opt-out scammers changed the name of the company taking the money so I didn't twig it was Vistaprint until I investigated. Plus, (co-incidence?) they took it on the day my C/card statement came out, so one month's statement didn't show anything. I only noticed after a few months when there were TWO deductions listed on the same statement.[COLOR="DarkOrange"][SIZE="5"]Ordering from this bunch could be the most expensive offer you ever get[/SIZE][/COLOR]. Be very, very careful - check all your card statements for many months after dealing with them.



Did you get your CC company to investigate Vistaprint? and did they do anything about it?

I just got the flyer with a received amazon order. If this company Vista print is so bad, Why then do Amazon still stick it with their orders?:x

My one says 1 photo wall calandar was £9.99 now .99p or 3 photo wall calandars was £25.49 now £9.99. But like others have said, there's no mention of it on their web site when you look.

Also the small print on their flyer says:

"1 or 3 wall calendars only available at the sale price. See website for … "1 or 3 wall calendars only available at the sale price. See website for details. Vistaprint isa top 20 e-commerce company with more than 20 million customers worldwide. Vistaprint protects your privacy and will not disclose customer details to third parties for marketing purposes"


also says

"special offer for customers of Amazon.co.uk"



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