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I have ordered from Paul twice. Both times the games arrived a couple of days after order. The packaging is nice and sturdy, but without waste (you have seen those huge boxes filled with wrapping materials, that then go to landfills). Paul, the proprietor of the store, e-mails notifications as he ships the order.
It was mentioned by several reviewers before, but I must repeat the warning about their availability. I ordered a barebones computer and a memory chip to go with it. Their memory was more expensive than that of competitor, but I paid for the convenience of getting them in a same delivery. It said that both are "in stock".
Nah! They shipped computer without the memory, saying that memory will be in "3 days delay" (why if it was in stock?). At that point I regretted buying memory from them. The next day it jumped from "3 days" to "shipped". Oh well, even second-class delivery takes at most 2-3 days in UK. The memory arrived a week and a half later --- it turned out that they shipped it from France!
On the plus side, amending the order five minutes after placing was easy --- the customer service did not give any trouble.
Joe Lee found this review useful
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