Got this email the other day:
We need your help. There's only 14 days left. ☹️
Why is Trolley closing?
Recently, we discovered information that we present for free on Trolley.co.uk
is the legal property of a data company.
After working with them, we were generously offered a heavily discounted licensing fee of £28,800 that we'd need to pay to continue helping people save on their groceries.
We're 4 volunteers who've spent hundreds of hours creating Trolley, paying for the server and hosting costs on our own - we don't make a penny from running it.Trolley.co.uk
doesn't make any money either and we now know that we would have to pay or close.
By donating just £5, you'll help save Trolley and be part of helping millions of people make ends meet for an entire year.
We really need all the help we can get. Would you be willing to help save Trolley?
If you're unable to donate
More than anyone, we know how difficult times have become and if you're unable to donate, we completely understand.
Please don't worry, you can still help! By sharing with friends, family, with social media, and with popular forums like HotUKDeals and Reddit, you'll be spreading the message far and wide and helping even more donations come in.
Is this legit? I'd pay to keep the service running for sure. It definitely is worthwhile.