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    WARNING TO ALL WHO'VE PURCHASED TICKETS FROM TICKET MASTER, a company called Shopper Disocunts obtains your card details and each month takes £10 out of your account, so far £90 has been taken out of mine. Will show on your bank statement as a Point of Sale Transaction. This also happens when you buy from B&Q, Interflora, Debenhams, Next and many more established & trusted online retailers. Check your bank acc's to make sure this has not happened to you! If so go to shopper-discounts.co.uk for contact details to complain. DO NOT SIGN UP TO THEM IT WILL COST YOU £10 a month!

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    ive used next, debenhams and many more online sites, never had this on my account !!!

    so far £90 has been taken out of mine.



    lol wut surely when checking your account you would have seen these transactions come out why did you not think hmmm when did I spend/take that out

    you clicked on the get £10 off your next order button on the checkout, its on a number of sites
    dont click and you wont get

    I think a member posted a similar thread a while back about this.

    Admin

    It's a horrible, horrible subscription service that lures shoppers in with the promise of vouchers off their next order. Not good at all

    Original Poster

    copied and pasted from sum1's fb page . . . just to let people know as alot of people on here shop online

    highland2010

    you clicked on the get £10 off your next order button on the checkout, … you clicked on the get £10 off your next order button on the checkout, its on a number of sitesdont click and you wont get



    Exactly! You signed up for it! Next time read the terms and conditions...nothing is ever free! (well, except things in the freebie section!...Hmm :D)


    Edited by: "cdm22" 3rd Nov 2010

    Surely the stand out point of this thread is the fact that 9 months have passed where you haven't checked your bank statement properly. Does that not alarm you?

    juliet_bravo

    It's a horrible, horrible subscription service that lures shoppers in … It's a horrible, horrible subscription service that lures shoppers in with the promise of vouchers off their next order. Not good at all


    highland2010

    you clicked on the get £10 off your next order button on the checkout, … you clicked on the get £10 off your next order button on the checkout, its on a number of sitesdont click and you wont get


    yeah seen this after checkout on some sites they do seem to make it look like its and automatic money off next purchase glad ive never clicked on it..

    People should read t&c's before they commit to offers like this.

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    juliet_bravo

    It's a horrible, horrible subscription service that lures complete idiots … It's a horrible, horrible subscription service that lures complete idiots in with the promise of vouchers off their next order. Not good at all



    Fixed it.

    Seriously.. yeah it may be bad, but the people that fall for it are complete idiots. Not rocket science is it!

    Honestly you'd have to be an absolute moron to "fall for it".

    Hmmm i remember seeing this on ticket master the other day when i ordered my Lee Evans tickets. After id brought them it said "now claim ur free gift" i did click on it and it asked for details, but when i read what it was i clicked off it! Might check my credit card statement just incase!

    i didnt subscribe, i followed the link, read what it said and clicked off it, learn to read what i just said!!

    Exactly what the last person to do this said, its not possible for them to take your money if you did not accept the 'offer', you must have clicked on the link to accept the £10 discount.

    and to back this up I have seen the 'offer' many times, I have never clicked on it and unsuprisingly £10 a month has not left my account.
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