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Cleenol 077028 Senses Green Bactericidal Liquid Soap 500 ml, Pack of 6 - £2.39 @ Amazon  (£6.88 Non-prime)
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Cleenol 077028 Senses Green Bactericidal Liquid Soap 500 ml, Pack of 6 - £2.39 @ Amazon (£6.88 Non-prime)

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Posted 19th Jul

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  • Complies BSEN 1276 killing 99. 9% germs in 30 seconds including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aurous (MRSA) and Salmonella and E.Coli
  • Complies with BSEN13727 -quantitative test for products used in the Medical area killing 99. 9% germs in 30 seconds including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aurous (MRSA) and Salmonella and E.Coli
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Another oos, it will be cancelled and beware, they may take your money, granted you'll get refunded but this is happening more and more on oos Amazon deals.
Myriad20/07/2019 10:35

If you’re worried about having your £2 held for few weeks/months then you p …If you’re worried about having your £2 held for few weeks/months then you probably shouldn’t be on here


They took the full money for the goods, not the £1 per transaction that’s always pending.

Firstly, I wasn’t worried, secondly can’t believe you assumed that I was talking about the pending amount, that is standard.

Thanks for letting me know I should be on here tho.
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Ordered 2 lots
Bigbil19/07/2019 22:57

ThanksOrdered 2 lots


Great! They don't seem to deliver outside mainland UK so I missed out myself.
Ordered... Let's see what happens ..
Like all the others.....gonna get that cancellation email.....
Another oos, it will be cancelled and beware, they may take your money, granted you'll get refunded but this is happening more and more on oos Amazon deals.
Thanks op ordered
Ordered!
Fingers crossed...good luck folks
Nice one, thanks.
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Ordered. thanks op
Ordered and heat added
KiNG20/07/2019 00:05

Sorry, this item can't be sent to your selected address. Learn more. You …Sorry, this item can't be sent to your selected address. Learn more. You may either change the delivery address or delete the item from your order.


They don't deliver to prison as it may contain alcohol.

Joking
Amazing price. Not heard of the brand.
Ordered
maccy1i19/07/2019 23:20

Another oos, it will be cancelled and beware, they may take your money, …Another oos, it will be cancelled and beware, they may take your money, granted you'll get refunded but this is happening more and more on oos Amazon deals.



If you’re worried about having your £2 held for few weeks/months then you probably shouldn’t be on here
Myriad20/07/2019 10:35

If you’re worried about having your £2 held for few weeks/months then you p …If you’re worried about having your £2 held for few weeks/months then you probably shouldn’t be on here


They took the full money for the goods, not the £1 per transaction that’s always pending.

Firstly, I wasn’t worried, secondly can’t believe you assumed that I was talking about the pending amount, that is standard.

Thanks for letting me know I should be on here tho.
maccy1i20/07/2019 10:48

They took the full money for the goods, not the £1 per transaction that’s a …They took the full money for the goods, not the £1 per transaction that’s always pending.Firstly, I wasn’t worried, secondly can’t believe you assumed that I was talking about the pending amount, that is standard.Thanks for letting me know I should be on here tho.


My point was if you're worried about having £2.39 or £5 or £10 in these deals (sorry I wasn't precise enough) locked away for few weeks/months then you have serious financial problems and shouldn't be here ordering backordered stuff

Anyways as for these sort of deals I've ordered 10+ different products and had ~50% delivery rate so well worth ordering and forgetting about it and seeing if they come through (that's if you don't mind losing your fiver for a few weeks). Heat from me.
Edited by: "Myriad" 20th Jul
Myriad20/07/2019 11:23

My point was if you're worried about having £2.39 or £5 or £10 in these de …My point was if you're worried about having £2.39 or £5 or £10 in these deals (sorry I wasn't precise enough) locked away for few weeks/months then you have serious financial problems and shouldn't be here ordering backordered stuff Anyways as for these sort of deals I've ordered 10+ different products and had ~50% delivery rate so well worth ordering and forgetting about it and seeing if they come through (that's if you don't mind losing your fiver for a few weeks). Heat from me.


I’ve had my previous reply removed for some unknown reason.

The fact you’re assuming I have have financial problems because I don’t like Amazon taking my full money before they’ve dispatched the goods is laughable.

I would have thought most wouldn’t want this happening to them no matter what their financial situation, but if you’re happy with it, no problem whatsoever
Oos
Thanks Op, for popsting.
How I get free delivery? Can I order over £20 and cancel one item yet still get free delivery please?
£2.39 oos
maccy1i20/07/2019 12:01

I’ve had my previous reply removed for some unknown reason.The fact y …I’ve had my previous reply removed for some unknown reason.The fact you’re assuming I have have financial problems because I don’t like Amazon taking my full money before they’ve dispatched the goods is laughable. I would have thought most wouldn’t want this happening to them no matter what their financial situation, but if you’re happy with it, no problem whatsoever


Ignore them. I'd be peeved if they took my money with nothing in return too... This is hotukdeals, not hotuk_that_burns_a_Red_in_your_bank_account_non_deals.

it's laughable that it's 700C for an OOS deal too...
Showing as £13.71 for me. Expired?
SilkySean20/07/2019 12:31

Showing as £13.71 for me. Expired?


Yeah, seems to be. I've marked it as expired now.
Myriad20/07/2019 11:23

My point was if you're worried about having £2.39 or £5 or £10 in these de …My point was if you're worried about having £2.39 or £5 or £10 in these deals (sorry I wasn't precise enough) locked away for few weeks/months then you have serious financial problems and shouldn't be here ordering backordered stuff Anyways as for these sort of deals I've ordered 10+ different products and had ~50% delivery rate so well worth ordering and forgetting about it and seeing if they come through (that's if you don't mind losing your fiver for a few weeks). Heat from me.


What a way to treat a long standing member who was pointing out about how Amazon get rich by taking your money from your account for items thats not in stock.
summerof7620/07/2019 12:49

What a way to treat a long standing member who was pointing out about how …What a way to treat a long standing member who was pointing out about how Amazon get rich by taking your money from your account for items thats not in stock. [Image]


Taking your money implies they are scamming on purpose and not returning funds automatically. You think Amazon is making big bucks on your £2.39? Most of their profit comes from their IT/AWS business not retail.

The account age of a HUKD member is irrelevant, treat old and new members the same if you want to preach.

I ordered this few hours ago and I've not been charged, using AMEX too. So wrong as well. The only time I even recall amazon charge on deals like this is when they have stock coming in and your delivery date changes to a week or so and then maybe end up cancelling order few days before delivery date.
Edited by: "Myriad" 20th Jul
Has anyone received what they have ordered for or got an email saying there is no stock, I was the lucky to order two but not sure will be the lucky ones to recieve it
Myriad20/07/2019 12:51

Taking your money implies they are scamming on purpose and not returning …Taking your money implies they are scamming on purpose and not returning funds automatically. You think Amazon is making big bucks on your £2.39? Most of their profit comes from their IT/AWS business not retail. The account age of a HUKD member is irrelevant, treat old and new members the same if you want to preach. I ordered this few hours ago and I've not been charged, using AMEX too. So wrong as well. The only time I even recall amazon charge on deals like this is when they have stock coming in and your delivery date changes to a week or so and then maybe end up cancelling order few days before delivery date.


It wasn't small amounts they took, but I reiterate it wasn't the amounts it was the principle of the thing. I used amex and I've just checked my previous month as well, I'd actually missed that (very unusual for me) so, £36 ish, £50 and £4 ish was taken on separate occasions and no delivery of goods.

Yes the amounts were refunded but what if their system messed up and they didn't refund? I shouldn't be having to check if they've taken money for goods that have not been dispatched and never will be because of a 'pricing error'.

You're completely missing the whole point, once again, it's got nothing to do with my financial circumstances, I thought it was very rude for you to presume that, although, the mods have let your reply stand.
Edited by: "maccy1i" 20th Jul
Myriad20/07/2019 12:51

Taking your money implies they are scamming on purpose and not returning …Taking your money implies they are scamming on purpose and not returning funds automatically. You think Amazon is making big bucks on your £2.39? Most of their profit comes from their IT/AWS business not retail. The account age of a HUKD member is irrelevant, treat old and new members the same if you want to preach. I ordered this few hours ago and I've not been charged, using AMEX too. So wrong as well. The only time I even recall amazon charge on deals like this is when they have stock coming in and your delivery date changes to a week or so and then maybe end up cancelling order few days before delivery date.


Yeah, you’re misinformed as hell. Amazon did start charging in advance for things. I have the emails to prove it from their Executive Customer Services when they took £800 from my account as they said it was a new policy on a trial basis. (Google will show you the same as it happened to many people)

Regardless of the amount, (and yes I could afford it.) I am not a bank. None of us are. We don’t owe Amazon interest free loans. You want to give them one, carry on, the rest of us are entitled to not give them it, the same as a bank is entitled to not give you a mortgage or a loan. So less of the looking down on people, being condescending and lecturing them on what they can and can’t afford based on silly assumptions.
Edited by: "Biddy2" 20th Jul
Myriad20/07/2019 12:51

Taking your money implies they are scamming on purpose and not returning …Taking your money implies they are scamming on purpose and not returning funds automatically. You think Amazon is making big bucks on your £2.39? Most of their profit comes from their IT/AWS business not retail. The account age of a HUKD member is irrelevant, treat old and new members the same if you want to preach. I ordered this few hours ago and I've not been charged, using AMEX too. So wrong as well. The only time I even recall amazon charge on deals like this is when they have stock coming in and your delivery date changes to a week or so and then maybe end up cancelling order few days before delivery date.



Have a nice day
summerof7620/07/2019 14:43

[Image] Have a nice day



Nothing to add / counter argue apart from sucking up to "long standing members" and terrible memes

Biddy220/07/2019 14:42

Yeah, you’re misinformed as hell. Amazon did start charging in advance for …Yeah, you’re misinformed as hell. Amazon did start charging in advance for things. I have the emails to prove it from their Executive Customer Services when they took £800 from my account as they said it was a new policy on a trial basis. (Google will show you the same as it happened to many people)Regardless of the amount, (and yes I could afford it.) I am not a bank. None of us are. We don’t owe Amazon interest free loans. You want to give them one, carry on, the rest of us are entitled to not give them it, the same as a bank is entitled to not give you a mortgage or a loan. So less of the looking down on people, being condescending and lecturing them on what they can and can’t afford based on silly assumptions.


Google will also show you the definition of trial. Again, just ordered. No charge. Anyone else here who actually ordered this, get charged?
Myriad20/07/2019 15:03

Nothing to add / counter argue apart from sucking up to "long standing …Nothing to add / counter argue apart from sucking up to "long standing members" and terrible memes Google will also show you the definition of trial. Again, just ordered. No charge. Anyone else here who actually ordered this, get charged?


And why must I look up said definition? You were the misinformed one disputing others and trying to insinuate they must be poor because they don’t wish to hand interest free loans to Amazon. Christ.

Look, @maccy1i was charged. I was charged. Evidently, we were part of the trial. You were not. Congrats. Amazon didn’t deem you worthy enough to trial it upon. Regardless, it has happened to some people.

Amazon don’t even know you exist by the way. They’d set you on fire for £20 to please their shareholders. They won’t give you a gift card for defending them online.
Myriad20/07/2019 15:03

Nothing to add / counter argue apart from sucking up to "long standing …Nothing to add / counter argue apart from sucking up to "long standing members" and terrible memes Google will also show you the definition of trial. Again, just ordered. No charge. Anyone else here who actually ordered this, get charged?


But, it wouldn't matter if you had been charged right? because you don't care so...
Myriad20/07/2019 15:03

Nothing to add / counter argue apart from sucking up to "long standing …Nothing to add / counter argue apart from sucking up to "long standing members" and terrible memes Google will also show you the definition of trial. Again, just ordered. No charge. Anyone else here who actually ordered this, get charged?


Oh and believe me, summer doesn't 'suck up' to anyone. She says things as she sees them like most do, you just presume things and say them, not a good look trust me
Biddy220/07/2019 15:21

And why must I look up said definition? You were the misinformed one …And why must I look up said definition? You were the misinformed one disputing others and trying to insinuate they must be poor because they don’t wish to hand interest free loans to Amazon. Christ. Look, @maccy1i was charged. I was charged. Evidently, we were part of the trial. You were not. Congrats. Amazon didn’t deem you worthy enough to trial it upon. Regardless, it has happened to some people. Amazon don’t even know you exist by the way. They’d set you on fire for £20 to please their shareholders. They won’t give you a gift card for defending them online.


maccy1i20/07/2019 15:24

But, it wouldn't matter if you had been charged right? because you don't …But, it wouldn't matter if you had been charged right? because you don't care so...


Right. Just same as a bank without interest
maccy1i20/07/2019 15:25

Oh and believe me, summer doesn't 'suck up' to anyone. She says things as …Oh and believe me, summer doesn't 'suck up' to anyone. She says things as she sees them like most do, you just presume things and say them, not a good look trust me


So you're trying to look good online?

Also for someone on HUKD for 10 years, I'd hope by now you would know how to use the quote feature instead of making 3 different posts.

Maybe the amazon comment would have been better placed on a OOS item that was actually worth a some significant value than £2.39. Anyways...good day!
Edited by: "Myriad" 20th Jul
Myriad20/07/2019 15:37

Right. Just same as a bank without interest So you're trying to look …Right. Just same as a bank without interest So you're trying to look good online? Also for someone on HUKD for 10 years, I'd hope by now you would know how to use the quote feature instead of making 3 different posts.Maybe the amazon comment would have been better placed on a OOS item that was actually worth a some significant value than £2.39. Anyways...good day!


I was warning people about Amazon taking their money, what's trying to 'look good' online about that?

Oh clever you on quoting, well done
Myriad20/07/2019 15:37

Right. Just same as a bank without interest So you're trying to look …Right. Just same as a bank without interest So you're trying to look good online? Also for someone on HUKD for 10 years, I'd hope by now you would know how to use the quote feature instead of making 3 different posts.Maybe the amazon comment would have been better placed on a OOS item that was actually worth a some significant value than £2.39. Anyways...good day!


£2.39 is significant to some people. You don’t get to decide if it is based on your own wealth and tell people they are wrong and shouldn’t be ordering something.

Especially, you know, as Amazon’s own T&Cs state they don’t take money in advance so someone not as well off as you, shouldn’t have any risk involved with losing that money, yet Amazon have charged some people in advance previously...

Cheap deals are not exclusively for wealthy people so please do one with that logic. @maccy1i was posting a comment that helps pre-warn people of the risk involved as Amazon did not notify anybody of the trial. She was helpful. Meanwhile, you’re just in here to look down on those less fortunate than yourself.

You must be very insecure about yourself to use wealth as a measuring stick of your own self worth. Bit rich that you are accusing others of trying to look good online too when you’re lecturing people on their spending choices while attempting to put yourself on some pedestal.
Edited by: "Biddy2" 20th Jul
Biddy220/07/2019 16:07

£2.39 is significant to some people. You don’t get to decide if it is ba …£2.39 is significant to some people. You don’t get to decide if it is based on your own wealth and tell people they are wrong and shouldn’t be ordering something. Especially, you know, as Amazon’s own T&Cs state they don’t take money in advance so someone not as well off as you, shouldn’t have any risk involved with losing that money, yet Amazon have charged some people in advance previously... Cheap deals are not exclusively for wealthy people so please do one with that logic. @maccy1i was posting a comment that helps pre-warn people of the risk involved as Amazon did not notify anybody of the trial. She was helpful. Meanwhile, you’re just in here to look down on those less fortunate than yourself. You must be very insecure about yourself to use wealth as a measuring stick of your own self worth. Bit rich that you are accusing others of trying to look good online too when you’re lecturing people on their spending choices while attempting to put yourself on some pedestal.



"£2.39 is significant to some people", sure but if they're spending that on 6 packs of liquid soap then that's ridiculous and stupid. Yes my opinion, if you agree with it or not I don't really care. I don't care about your wealth or anyone elses, if you can't afford to have £2.39 charged and unusable for few weeks then you shouldn't be buying XYZ (in this case 6 packs of soap) for something that is CLEARLY marked as OUT OF STOCK. At least Amazon isn't underarmour or something where they charge you and don't even refund you for months without your order. Cancel your order and you get refund processed automatically with Amazon.

I think you're the one insecure since you mentioned you spent £800 on amazon, congrats on that. Don't really care, don't think anyone asked either.
Edited by: "Myriad" 20th Jul
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