They charge $19 to list your site, then a 10% sale fee which they threaten you to pay EVEN when your buyer hasn't paid you.
There's not regalation and an unsafe website/domain sale environment. eBay and Sedo are the safer option!
Matt Holmes found this review useful
A user review site is a site where the user talks about their experience with a product or service.
What Ciao has become is a site which focusses on filling the reviews with unneccesary content such as product specifications and very little of the user experience itself!
People are more focussed on earning money than providing useful reviews on this site!
You can pretty much get stationery at the same price or cheaper from online and offiline retail stores including poundland!
They got 3 stars because you can place orders quite late for next day delivery which is pretty much the only bonus!
These guys are cheaper for bugin things like folders, envelopes etc... than some wholesalers and definitely much more then WHSMITHS.
Smiths were selling an expanding pocket folder for £5 and I got a similar one for just £1!!
The only true benefit of going to Halfords is if there's one near you and your are desperate for a particular item same day, otherwise it's always best to shop around either to independents or online stores.
I've seen items sold by them at 50+% more than most others sell.= them!
I gave 3 stars purely because of the huge selection they have
The restaurants themselves are quite responsive, depenging on your area, but that's because for most of them it's their livelihood!
JustEat customer service don't seem to be that well trained and/or don't really care when issues occur.
The rewards program is rubbish and might as well not exist!
I ordered a light shade from them a short while back and it went about 3 days without a dispatch notification or order update.
It wasn't until I emailed them that they said they'd dispatch it that day but left me wondering how long it would have been had I not emailed.
It was a nice lampshade, very easy to fit and a good price.
I use them for business mail order purchases, and they lose between 5-10% of my orders which costs me money in refunds and replacements. Their complaints procedure for claiming back is tedious and time consuming.
I'm stuck with them though as there's not other companies that provide the pricing level that they do.
I actually won £70 the other day but taking into account how much I've spent over the years, it's not profit!
The problem is min. deposit is £5 which means that you are tempted to spend the whole lot on on one ticket than to spread it!
Otherwise it's a good way to play for convenience!
This off the shelf package will make you look like a big business with all the fantastic features it has.
Drawbacks are minimal but can be overcome and it's better to use a deigner to do your site than do it yourself but can be done cheap on elance.
These guys not only screw the customer on price but also the florist!
They are overpriced and they don't care about the traditional florist! I bought flowers for my mum once and paid £60 with interflora, I got the same thing the following year direct from a local florist (last minute as well!) for £35! You best bet is go on google. find an interflora florist in an area you need your delivery and go direct to them!
As my title states, the buying procedure is so simple, and because of their marketplace, the choice is quite wide.
Only problem is their review process, unlike eBays, means that anyone can review even if they haven't purchased so it's unreliable
Fact of the matter is, Google is the number one search engine provider. Their search results are quite relevant however since they own market share more businesses focus on marketing through Google than through the other serch engines so occasionally there may be a bias in results.
Google INstant is rubbish but their other stuff like shopping etc... are quite good
They're customer service is bordering on the bad side of poor. They don't communicate with eachother and transfer you from one person to another and on one occasion, got cut off the line!
Overpriced for the features you get and I wish I'd gone with VIrgin Media.
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