This company has been launched by the same family behind b4udirect.com, froomoo.com and biddi.com. The Banga family.
So, before you order anything, do a search for the above company names - which one can only imagine they had to ditch because of all the negative reviews about them stealing money, sending no goods and lying. The financial records of their parent company KSB Trading and their directors Ronnie Banga, Ravinder Banga and Kewal Banga makes interesting reading too.
Seriously - do some online research before you risk losing your money and being met with the worst customer service you're ever likely to encounter. You might just come to the conclusion that it's a good idea to buy it elsewhere, pay slightly more, and not risk your money disappearing, followed by months of frustration, complaints to the police, Trading Standards and Action Fraud. My main lesson buying from these crooks - ALWAYS buy with Paypal. If it wasn't for Paypal's arbitration service I have no doubt these thieves would have held onto my £700.
ordered an ipad- saved over £70 and the delivery was fast and secure.
I read some negative reviews after I purchased and was slightly worried but i emailed them they confirmed my order was in process.
only delay- Chinese New Year
all in all a good experience and i would recommend.
I can see that many people have not checked the terms on this website... READ BEFORE YOU BUY! YOU HAVE EYES IN YOUR HEAD, DON'T YOU?!
I am always careful to check terms and conditions before buying online, as it is a known fact that many distance sellers are rather vague about the truth. I do not think that it is fair for people to say that they do not mention about customs... it was the first thing I noticed. These people must be blind!! And I am not stupid.........
Updated 29 Oct 2012: My review is genuine @Bill Hunt! I was just telling people to be alert and read before they buy.... instead of complaining when they didn't take the time to check before they part with their cash. I didn't have any trouble at all with my purchase but that was over 2 years ago. Maybe the company has gone downhill since then?
However, I object to being called a liar and also, incompetent moaning folk get on my nerves, that's all :-)
I do not rate them at all. They are out to rip people off and I hope they are out of business shortly. If they were an honest company on the final page on their website it would remind one that custom duties will have to be met. They cannot even be bother to reply to one's emails.
Like others have said:
DON'T TOUCH THEM WITH A BARG POLE!!!!
Bill Hunt found this review useful
I bought a digital camera mid December from Fizi.com (which use a Midlands address on their website). BEWARE as you will probably receive a bill for import duties well after the 7 day return date as they ship from Hong Kong. My extra charge was £23.81 which would have made the actual product more expensive than other reputable on-line suppliers.
They hide the 'possibility' of an extra charge within the 1,740 word long Terms & Conditions (obviously towards the bottom)!!!
What a rip-off!
They know exactly what they are doing and when you call them they almost read off a script about the fact that you agreed to their T&Cs so therefore understood about the 'possible' additional charge.
So basically, if you don't mind guessing what you may eventually pay for a product use Fizi.com - if you do then DON'T TOUCH THEM WITH A BARG POLE!!!!
You pay in GBP to an address in Birmingham but they do not tell you that your items are shipped from Hong Kong and 2 months later you receive an invoice from the carrier for Import VAT / Duty.
Complete rip off.
Bill Hunt found this review useful
Fizi.com look as if they are cheaper than other retailers. They are not.
When your goods arrive you will find out that they have been shipped to you from Hong Kong, and you will get a bill for VAT and import duty that is at least equal to the price saving over buying from Amazon.
At no point in the sales process do they draw your attention to the HK shipping, or to the VAT and duty that you will be required to pay on delivery. They do mention this in the fine print of their website (that they know no-one reads) and therefore what they are doing isn't actually fraudulent, although it is very poor business practice.
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