The FREE Official VE Day Medal +£1.50 p&p @ westminstercollection
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The FREE Official VE Day Medal +£1.50 p&p @ westminstercollection

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Found 10th May 2015
This year is the 70th Anniversary of Allied Victory in Europe, and The Westminster Collection supporting the Royal British Legion are giving every UK household one FREE VE Day Medal.
(There is a small postage charge of £1.50)

This is classed as a freebie as the item itself is free.

Claim your Medal for FREE (+£1.50 p&p) today and The Westminster Collection will also donate 50p to The Royal British Legion.

19 Comments

Not really free ppl will vote cold..

Please don't claim this, these companies are a scam (see Google).

Avoid. It's about 5p worth of brass, and the company will be forever selling you crap.

Banned

An insult

Just give the money to The Royal British Legion instead
Deal with the clowns that issue these err "medals" on you're on a suckers list forever

boards.fool.co.uk/the…spx


Edited by: "quidstretchy" 10th May 2015

nothing wrong with the company from my experience

several orders, all delivered, charged the correct amount and not received any unwanted coins etc

most likely just foolish people rushing checkout, ticking or not un-ticking add on items


notice it's all
"my grandmother ordered.."
"my dad he's 86"

sorry but old people ordering online is just asking for trouble, they obviously don't pay attention and sign up to various subscriptions/mailing lists and all that

Edited by: "dataload" 10th May 2015

They appear to all intents and purposes to prey on gullible people so Id suggest giving any offers that appear on here a wide berth.
Edited by: "arachnoid" 10th May 2015

Can a moderator please ban this company from HUKD based on the above reviews?

Had no idea such a thing could possibly be a scam, well done folk who raised the issue.

Feel like ordering one for Anne Robinson at Watchdog....


Here's a similar offer,from the same company, with some not so good outcomes from 3 years ago...
hotukdeals.com/fre…=10

Edited by: "DonkeyKonk" 10th May 2015

can I just say this 'company' isn't a company, its a soldier charity...

this 'company' isn't a scam is it really because its an exceptionally good cause... some people need to think before they post silly comments on here

I think this is a good cause if they are giving 50p of each one ordered to the royal british legion, you can buy tat from a shop and give nothing to charity at least this is something worth while.

on a second thought it is only 32mm, very small !!

joebaker2000

can I just say this 'company' isn't a company, its a soldier charity...


Anybody can claim to give charitable donations its the fact they are attempting to make profit from further unrelated sales that they are being marked down on.Dont confuse the two ,if people want to give to charity give direct and not to collection agencys who take a large cut of the collection.

joebaker2000

this 'company' isn't a scam is it really because its an exceptionally … this 'company' isn't a scam is it really because its an exceptionally good cause... some people need to think before they post silly comments on here




Oh dear, pressed Like in error (slippery phone).

Interesting that you joined Huk today, just after this "deal" was posted, made two remarks defending this "deal", then disappeared again.

Interesting, like my phone.
Edited by: "DonkeyKonk" 10th May 2015

Loving the can an op ban this post comments on almost every item. From coins to fur scarfs.
If it goes to a good cause and the buyer is happy does it matter what the raw material value is? You don't see those comments on the Mercedes Car posts..

Dawsy

Loving the can an op ban this post comments on almost every item. From … Loving the can an op ban this post comments on almost every item. From coins to fur scarfs.If it goes to a good cause and the buyer is happy does it matter what the raw material value is? You don't see those comments on the Mercedes Car posts..



If you want to give 50p to the charity, just give 50p to them.

This company prey on vulnerable people, will be forever selling you coins (they love sending them "on approval"). They're only giving 50p so they look good. They don't make money on this "free" medal, but they'll make money on the £40 they'll send to you, unsolicited, a month later and take payment for it if you don't send it back (at your own cost) within 10 days (always great if you're on holiday).

They're con artists, nothing more, nothing less.

Here we go with this rogue company yet again.

Can the moderators ban this company please? You will save a lot of elderly people a lot of misery and money.

If anyone from this company is reading this comment, my personal opinion is that you are the lowest of the low. Find a way of making money without preying on vulnerable people that cannot afford it. I hope justice finds you.

I will not repeat my previous comments about this company. Anyone interested can look at my previous post.

Dawsy

Loving the can an op ban this post comments on almost every item. From … Loving the can an op ban this post comments on almost every item. From coins to fur scarfs.If it goes to a good cause and the buyer is happy does it matter what the raw material value is? You don't see those comments on the Mercedes Car posts..


If you wish money to go to a good cause pick one and donate direclt i.e. Royal British Legion but on the other hand if you want to be conned by a cheap marketing trick then go ahead and purchase a coin.The Mercedes car comment is totally irrelevant to the conversation unless they too use low ball marketing techniques.
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