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Mail redirection service when moving house

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Found 22nd May 2014
Due to move house very soon so looking at redirecting my mail, via royal mail it starts at £24.99 for 3 months but then came across this website:

change-address.co.uk/

Is it a scam? How can they provide this service and for free? Has anyone ever used it?

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This seems like they just check that you have filled in the RM form correctly. They don't actually redirect your mail.
:-P

Think you're right, just read all the small print after you sent your post, cheers
It doesn't add up. The web site is registered to an indivual in London but the Disclaimer page says they are Fame Gate Limited. If you google Fame Gate Limited they are behind other scams that close down after a few months then sell-on your personal data.


Domain name:
* change-address.co.uk

Registrant:
* JAMES SMITH

Registrant type:
* Unknown

Registrant's address:
* * **** ****
* LONDON
* ENGLAND
* KT7 0XA
* United Kingdom

Data validation:
* Registrant contact details validated by Nominet on 23-Jan-2014

Registrar:
* GoDaddy.com, LLP. [Tag = GODADDY]
* URL: http://uk.godaddy.com

Relevant dates:
* Registered on: 23-Jan-2014
* Expiry date: 23-Jan-2015
* Last updated: 24-Jan-2014

Registration status:
* Registered until expiry date.

Name servers:
* jim.ns.cloudflare.com
* rose.ns.cloudflare.com
Hmmmm....Dodgey as you like then, if you Google mail redirection it comes up top (ad) bet loads of people have gone for it :\

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