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Handy if you want to open a joint account....
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"Here we have a male human infant practicing the very battle he will pursue for the remainder of his adult life"

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Realrocknrolla wrote:
Mon Feb 01, 2021 1:31 pm
"Here we have a male human infant practicing the very battle he will pursue for the remainder of his adult life"

Read in your best David Attenborough voice!

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Who's in more danger, the baby or the kitten? :lol:
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Derek27 wrote:
Wed Dec 23, 2020 10:24 pm
Feeling lucky tonight. :D I was gonna purchase a treadmill but the site that I bookmarked was no longer working. Then I found this. :shock: :o

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/fitnessnext.co.uk

There are many of these websites around. I buy most of my stuff online except for what I can get locally but have so far managed to avoid a bum deal. But I do wonder where I would stand with the section 75 credit card guarantee. Does the credit card company have no recourse if the 'customer' cannot see if an offer is too good to be true i.e. buy the ridiculous bargain and leave the credit card company to sort it out! You get loads of offers on facebook that are in no way genuine.
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firlandsfarm wrote:
Mon Feb 08, 2021 7:05 am
Derek27 wrote:
Wed Dec 23, 2020 10:24 pm
Feeling lucky tonight. :D I was gonna purchase a treadmill but the site that I bookmarked was no longer working. Then I found this. :shock: :o

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/fitnessnext.co.uk

There are many of these websites around. I buy most of my stuff online except for what I can get locally but have so far managed to avoid a bum deal. But I do wonder where I would stand with the section 75 credit card guarantee. Does the credit card company have no recourse if the 'customer' cannot see if an offer is too good to be true i.e. buy the ridiculous bargain and leave the credit card company to sort it out! You get loads of offers on facebook that are in no way genuine.
Half of me feels if somebody gets conned into thinking the can buy goods for 10% of it's true value it's their own fault for being stupid, whilst the other half of me feels it's not their fault for lacking the intelligence to see through an obvious scam.

Helen Skelton got conned out of about £60,000 and claimed if she can get conned anyone can. When I read about it further she gave information over the phone to somebody claiming to work for her bank, her reason for trusting him was that he sounded so polite and professional!! :roll: :roll: :roll:
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