Own the new Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Celebration First Day Cover with commemorative stamp £1.50 @ Westminstercollection.com
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Own the new Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Celebration First Day Cover with commemorative stamp £1.50 @ Westminstercollection.com

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Found 11th Apr 2016
Own the new Queen Elizabeth II 90th Birthday Celebration First Day Cover & Commemorative Stamp.

On 21st April this year, Her Majesty the Queen will celebrate her 90th birthday, becoming the first monarch in British history ever to do so.

To mark this historic occasion, you have the chance to own the new 'Long To Reign Over Us' First Day Cover - FREE OF CHARGE. All you pay is the postage. (£1.50 for postage)
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Worthless. Also check the small print, they try and sign you up to a very expensive subscription. "Approximately 4 weeks after you receive the cover ordered above, we will arrange to send you the next cover in the QEII 90th Birthday Coin Cover Collection. You can then either return it at absolutely no cost to you or keep it for just £25 (+p&p) and continue collecting."
lazyfatboy

Worthless. Also check the small print, they try and sign you up to a very … Worthless. Also check the small print, they try and sign you up to a very expensive subscription. "Approximately 4 weeks after you receive the cover ordered above, we will arrange to send you the next cover in the QEII 90th Birthday Coin Cover Collection. You can then either return it at absolutely no cost to you or keep it for just £25 (+p&p) and continue collecting."


only fools who don't read what they are ticking end up subscribed to something

ordered many things from this company without issue, just the usual letters advertising coins in the post
dataload

only fools who don't read what they are ticking end up subscribed to … only fools who don't read what they are ticking end up subscribed to somethingordered many things from this company without issue, just the usual letters advertising coins in the post



I agree. However I also think companies who sell things in this manner knowing full well a lot of people won't read the small print are a stain on humanity.
dataload

only fools who don't read what they are ticking end up subscribed to … only fools who don't read what they are ticking end up subscribed to somethingordered many things from this company without issue, just the usual letters advertising coins in the post


Due to vast social-care cutbacks in the last decade our communities have many vulnerable people with special needs and conditions such as Aspergers syndrome living alone with little guidance. There are also many people with mental health issues and those who were not gifted with the same powerful mental capabilities as others. This doesn't mean they deserve to be preyed upon by scumbags mongering pointless tat. Companies like this are a rash on the crotch of society.
lazyfatboy

I agree. However I also think companies who sell things in this manner … I agree. However I also think companies who sell things in this manner knowing full well a lot of people won't read the small print are a stain on humanity.


it's not exactly "small print" it's a box which you have to tick..people who don't understand this shouldn't have internet access
dataload

it's not exactly "small print" it's a box which you have to tick..people … it's not exactly "small print" it's a box which you have to tick..people who don't understand this shouldn't have internet access



​or just LAZY (_;)
Voting cold because of the reputation of this company and I can't see what value this offer has.
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