thanks. i've been using b12 from ebay, got some of this. seems a cheap price compared to ebay, but i noticed on ebay you seem to get variations of b vitamins as a complex whatever that is. not sure what's best really. i would have presumed a complex thats a mix of all the different b vitamins would be best. does anyone know much about this type of stuff?
I didn't see that, good spot! Thanks for the info (y)
A good selling point to also mention OP, is that your Deal is for 180 tablet's in this bottle ... :-)
Possible 16% cashback TCB for 2 days ,good spot op,ordered and heated. (y)
Ordered also some Aloe Vera cream and vitamins for Pets :3 Thanks. https://www.simplysupplements.co.uk/sale-products
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Yeah there was an offer of a large pot of free cod liver oil with a code about 10 months ago, and like you guys I never received anything. Sadly they lost my trust at that point and I never ordered any further supps from them.
I got mine last time :)
Valerian supplements... Is that the same as Valerian steel?
Yes, I didn't receive anything either, so wouldn't bother with this.
Wasn't there something like this couple of years ago on here? I never received anything. Oh and what happened to that free olive t-shirt?
You are right of course (and who checks all the t's and c's) it was legal robbery, took 4 deliveries until she checked her bank statement and saw they had charged £100 per bottle (not even worth a fiver each at holland and barrett) that is the scam, overpriced subscription, supposed to be one bottle a month in t'c & c's but they sent as many as they could in one month, i even signed for some myself not knowing what they were (i get parcels all the time). Then as you well know as soon as you sign for something... When I found out I recorded the phone conversations, used their T's & C's against them, threatened court action, got the bank involved and got £200 back. I've never met such a scummy operation. Probably still going strong. £200 might not be a lot of money to most people on this site..a days work to some, a months work to others.
I'm still waiting for freebees..
Your partner wasn't scammed, they didn't read the terms and conditions.
Free cod liver oil tablets from a company with a history of not posting them out... seems a bit... fishy
not that i am insinuating this is the same people, but lots of people fell for it (and still are), check the T's & C's.
Ahhhhhhhhhhh, hehehehe, that WOULD explain a lot (unfortunately). As I too was yet to receive my freebie 'allocation' too ... :-( Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, that's most unfortunate, but it's cool.
" Unfortunately, due to very high demand, the original free trial products are currently no longer available. We are now in the process of informing everyone regarding this. The free trial was only intended for customers who received a promotional leaflet in the post, this leaflet did state that the free trial offer was subject to stock availability. Due to members of the public adding the promotional code onto various online deal sites, the stock allocation has rapidly depleted. We did ensure to have the correct quantity of stock for this promotion, but due to this happening, the demand was greater than expected. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused."
don't worry about it, just move on and forget about it, lifes far to short.
Reading fail again. The company hasn't offered to pay the droves of users "the fiver the other got" as you imply. The "fiver the other got" is a typical money making operation by leveraging all the thousands of contact details they scammed off people "going viral" as you put it (ie mass campaigning) - it is not 'a fiver' at all, as if they were benevolently doling out cash rather than make good on the promo scam. They are instead implementing a common sales drive whereby thousands of the aforementioned scammed users are spammed a targeted email (aka implementing standard retargeting strategy on their newly acquired mass data asset) to drive said targets to *purchase* stock for, surprise surprise, a discount. Apologies if as you say your reading / attention span has meant you have again been unable to take these facts on board, i can only wish your situation improves in the future. I would not want to pay for goods that I didn't wish to pay for in the first place. If i wanted to buy intentionally overpriced and relatively low grade promoted goods with a token discount I'd have done it in my regular shopping. In a nut shell: They are obviously leveraging the newly scammed mass of details (valuable sales leads) to harvest sales on the products they intentionally reneged while acquiring 'retargetable' sales lead info through misrepresentation; it's bulk trading economics, standard to boost profits and repeat consumer numbers which increase business value to investors and increases medium and long-term sales of their overpriced low grade tat that the masses were not interested in to begin with. If you say again that it was too long for you to cope with that's fine. Its for the benefit of other users anyway, the more awareness of manipulative tactics the better so users can decide for themselves whether this company is worth paying the higher price for goods available in better quality for a lower price elsewhere (given their underhand, albeit well known in the trade, sales lead acquisition tactics). I hope this is of benefit to someone who likes to read.
thats not advice and you don't know me so don't and tell me how to read, been reading for 40 odd years and don't need pointers from you :( I did start to read yours but got bored. As I said no one would have expected a small websites limited offer to go viral but they have probably learned a lesson, if you feel so aggrieved then send them an email and complain, they might give you the fiver other got. But be sure you keep the email short, though you dont want someone to lose the will to live :) See the link in this post as a reply from the company, if you have a leaflet you should speak to them, if not walk away. https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/simple-supplements-2979885
they have been around for years. Good company. This deal is only really a deal if you don't cancel until second month as it's basically buy one month get one free
Going off the address on the contact page it is this company - http://stores.ebay.co.uk/simplyssupplements/Contact-Us.html - https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.simplysupplements.net
Looks like a con to me. Read the terms and can't find any company number displayed on their website.
Looks like it is chargeable if you cancel unless I'm misunderstanding their T&C's ?? http://www.simplysupplements.net/mynutripack/terms-conditions/ You can cancel your subscription any time. If you cancel within 25 days from receipt of your order, you will be charged the full recommended retail price of your first pack but you will not be charged for or receive any further packs. If you cancel after 25 days, you will be charged the full recommended retail price of your first and second packs but will not be charged or receive further packs.
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