ibood. Any opinions, experiences etc? Deals not allowed on hukd? Onkyo hi fi on there today!

As above, what's the deal?

Any feedback welcome, there must be a reason for (do not post) in the merchant listing!

Any opinions on the hi-fi?

Cheers

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I bought a wifi radio from them on the 9th December (I think) I was worried about in arrving before xmas and it did I think it was about the 22nd December as it came all the way from Holland by courier and what with Christmas post etc and postal volumes must have taken a while. Was a good product, just remember the £6 or £7 postage which isnt clear until you go to pay. Also the euro / pound prices are often quite different which is strange! Overall wouldnt say anything bad about them, dont forget to go through quidco for cashback.

And 40p when you sign up!

As far as I'm aware the main reason their deals are not allowed is that it is only a single product each day........

Not a good reason imo but there you go. Some deals have been posted on here in the past and some members have used them.

Plenty of members on the avforums have used them.

duckmagicuk2;2305285

^^ Part of the reason why we don't allow international sellers. Most … ^^ Part of the reason why we don't allow international sellers. Most aren't covered by the UK's DSR (Distance Selling Regulations).Please read ]this post I've just made about Tower.com.We aren't currently allowing iBlood deals, but if someone starts a thread asking for user experience and there's a lot of feedback to suggest that they're a reputable company then we may, one day, decide to allow them if they have great deals.But until then, the answer to your question is "no, they aren't". Hope that helps. :thumbsup:



rayman;1622013

A site which is based outside of the UK and selling one item a day … A site which is based outside of the UK and selling one item a day doesn't really fit here as it flags up too many negatives...



Admin;3038698

I think the problem with ibood at the time was they were not UK and … I think the problem with ibood at the time was they were not UK and totally new so no-one knew if they were legit or not or suitable for HUKD.

DSR argument is a bit of a red herring as they allow Dealextreme (Hong Kong) deals to be posted.......there is an occasional stonkingly good deal on Ibood and its a shame members can't take advantage of it but I've said all this on Feedback forum in the past.

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Absoulutley dreadful customer service-I bought a media player from them which was faulty. I did not get a single reply to around 20 e-mails, nor did their contact telephone number connect and no reply when I put it to them in writing.
In the end I was reimbursed by my credit card company after I asked them to intervene (and I lost out on return postage cost).
Beware!
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