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WII FIT+ BOARD FOR £43 USING VOUCHER CODE LITTLE WOODS DIRECT (very.co.uk)
WII FIT+ BOARD FOR £43 USING VOUCHER CODE LITTLE WOODS DIRECT (very.co.uk)

WII FIT+ BOARD FOR £43 USING VOUCHER CODE LITTLE WOODS DIRECT (very.co.uk)

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BAD idea, forget it

not worth the risk unless the promotional code was intended for you.

Original Poster

JAYKAY72;5716005

not worth the risk unless the promotional code was intended for you.



There is no risk as this promotional code needs to be entered while checking out the item online.

Banned

deja vu


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harinair;5716321

There is no risk as this promotional code needs to be entered while … There is no risk as this promotional code needs to be entered while checking out the item online.



Well you obviously don't know what you are talking about.

harinair;5716321

There is no risk as this promotional code needs to be entered while … There is no risk as this promotional code needs to be entered while checking out the item online.



*sigh* how many times do we have to make this clear? Littlewoods reserve the right to claw back any and all discounts gained from the use of codes at ANY point after the order is submitted. This can be months after you've received the items and it is entirely down to Littlewoods what they conisder to be a legitimate use of a code. Some people (who, granted, were taking the smeg) have been threatened for hundreds of pounds in 'rejected' vouchers months after the purchases were made.

Quite simply, why would you want to do business with a company like this? Cold cold, a thousand times cold.

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BOFH_UK;5716628

*sigh* how many times do we have to make this clear? Littlewoods reserve … *sigh* how many times do we have to make this clear? Littlewoods reserve the right to claw back any and all discounts gained from the use of codes at ANY point after the order is submitted. This can be months after you've received the items and it is entirely down to Littlewoods what they conisder to be a legitimate use of a code. Some people (who, granted, were taking the smeg) have been threatened for hundreds of pounds in 'rejected' vouchers months after the purchases were made.Quite simply, why would you want to do business with a company like this? Cold cold, a thousand times cold.



I am new to this ....I would like to know if this is a problem even if I as an individual use the promotional code only once!!!

BOFH_UK;5716628

*sigh* how many times do we have to make this clear? Littlewoods reserve … *sigh* how many times do we have to make this clear? Littlewoods reserve the right to claw back any and all discounts gained from the use of codes at ANY point after the order is submitted. This can be months after you've received the items and it is entirely down to Littlewoods what they conisder to be a legitimate use of a code. Some people (who, granted, were taking the smeg) have been threatened for hundreds of pounds in 'rejected' vouchers months after the purchases were made.Quite simply, why would you want to do business with a company like this? Cold cold, a thousand times cold.



Here here :thumbsup: Cold as hell

harinair;5716728

I am new to this ....I would like to know if this is a problem even if I … I am new to this ....I would like to know if this is a problem even if I as an individual use the promotional code only once!!!



No.

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, littlewoods and sister sites reclaimed some discounts from people who they weren't intended for. Since then 1000's of people have used them on multiple accounts without any problems. However some people ,many of whom still probably think the world is flat as that is what they once read, still think they are the spawn of the devil :roll:

ive used a couple of £30 off codes and not had a problem yet, been a few months since i ordered (4 i think) and not heard anything back from them. i guess its a bit like quidco, use it but be aware you might not get the money off.
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