Would you support....

  spuds 17:46 18 Oct 2007
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financially or otherwise, a company that was perhaps a little misleading in the way it appears to conduct business.

Take as examples: On-site 'peace of mind' warranties that do not appear to be all that you thought, or was described to you at the time of purchase. Or the 'Buy Now Pay Later-No Interest Charged', but on looking at the terms and conditions, an arrangement or administration 'fee' as been added, which could amount to possibly £55.00 extra on a £400.00 purchase.

  Brumas 17:47 18 Oct 2007

Absolutely not!

  sunny staines 17:53 18 Oct 2007

n o

  FungusBoggieman 17:59 18 Oct 2007

Support them
I wouldn`t even buy from them

  TopCat® 18:15 18 Oct 2007

Me neither! TC.

  paul€ 18:38 18 Oct 2007

No

and I'm waiting for the punch line:))

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:42 18 Oct 2007

NO!

  Pine Man 19:10 18 Oct 2007

I wouldn't give them my support - washed or otherwise!

Come on spuds if you are monitoring this, isn't it time to dish the dirt?

  crosstrainer 19:19 18 Oct 2007

Boundaries of legality...contact the FSA at once, and do not do business with these people.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 19:29 18 Oct 2007

I would imagine that all of the above who would not support any company that 'misleads the public', will not be refusing to watch ITV, Channel 4 or BBC on principle then.

G

  GANDALF <|:-)> 19:31 18 Oct 2007

...will be refusing to...../not as above. I really hope you are all sticking to your principles.

G

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