9ct Two Tone Gold Gents Wedding Ring S £9.50 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 12th Sep 2009
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This deal was posted 6 days back. Just wanted to know if anyone has received the rings? Tesco's order confirmation states "Your item(s) will be delivered directly from the supplier, who will contact you to arrange a convenient delivery time". No one has contacted me yet. £5 delivery charge was for special delivery which shouldn't take this long to deliver. Tracking the order from Tesco's website tells me the order is ready at the warehouse and will be delivered "soon". Not sure whats going on. Wonder if this is a scam. BTW, MONEY HAS ALREADY BEEN TAKEN FROM CREDIT CARD. ;-)

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i think a couple of days after this post people wrote on here that an outside company had phoned them to say that the order had been cancelled - cannot remember the reason they gave why though - i am sure others will let you kow though!!!:)

no rang to say canceled

same as above, and it was cancelled as it was a misprice, I heard that it should of been £9.50 off the original price of £70.00, not £9.50 alone.

And apparently everyone will be automatically refunded, still waiting on my refund.

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It is a normal practice (in my experience so far) for the supplier to charge money once the order has been despatched. Why in this case, Tesco was very quick to take money out without actually following up with the so called supplier if the order was despatched. Why still longer to pay it back? Who keeps the interest earned (and being earned) on the money that was taken out from all those who ordered?

Since the order was made through Tesco, Tesco should write an email to everyone informing about the misprice (mess) and refund the money ASAP. The unknown "supplier" should also be black listed.

nomeames;6277032

It is a normal practice (in my experience so far) for the supplier to … It is a normal practice (in my experience so far) for the supplier to charge money once the order has been despatched. Why in this case, Tesco was very quick to take money out without actually following up with the so called supplier if the order was despatched. Why still longer to pay it back? Who keeps the interest earned (and being earned) on the money that was taken out from all those who ordered? Since the order was made through Tesco, Tesco should write an email to everyone informing about the misprice (mess) and refund the money ASAP. The unknown "supplier" should also be black listed.



Looks to me like a misprice in which Tesco should be the one to blame not the supplier? And from what I read, calls were being made to inform and refunds to happen?

They haven't even changed the status of my order online, still says at warehouse- dispatching soon. But I did get called to say its been cancelled.

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mai;6278483

They haven't even changed the status of my order online, still says at … They haven't even changed the status of my order online, still says at warehouse- dispatching soon. But I did get called to say its been cancelled.



I wrote an email to Tesco and they replied back saying they have already refunded the amount and will be credited to my account in 2-3 days.

nomeames;6285018

I wrote an email to Tesco and they replied back saying they have already … I wrote an email to Tesco and they replied back saying they have already refunded the amount and will be credited to my account in 2-3 days.



Just emailed them this moring too, just waiting for reply. Since they called wednesday, today would be the 3rd day for me, haven't been refunded yet, so will see what they say.
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