Recently came across this site that I would be really keen to know if anyone's bought anything from? click here
Signed up the other day to try it out and managed to get a £50 amazon voucher for under £38! Now Im thinking about buying an iPhone from the same site, as seems cheaper than elsewhere. I got my amazon voucher through no problem, but just wanted to hear if anyone has bought anything expensive from this site before I stick my neck out and purchase? Thanks!
that before you can take part in these 'auctions' you must first register, and then buy 'credits'.
Each time you click on an item to view the current price it will cost you one credit. The price of an item falls each time someone clicks, and you can buy at any point. The thing is, you don't know the price until you click, and if the price you see isn't to your liking you'll probably keep clicking (and paying) until it is. The gamble is that you'll be the lucky person who clicks, sees an acceptable price, and is quick enough to click on the 'buy' button. Otherwise you'll start all over again - more credits and more paying.
These sites do not need to scam people, they make enough as it is. Found a bargain? Buy it, you will receive your item, 100%. You got your amazon voucher no problem!
Forum Editor, i think you may have mis-understood how the site works. When you "click", its not a random price that is generated. The price drops 30p a time everytime someone clicks, so anyone who continued clicking after a price wasnt to their liking would be doing nothing more than... well... reducing it 30p a time lol (and being stupid).
My 2 cents - Good site (admittedly i use a similar site). Check a price, if you like it, buy it... if not, go back a day later and see if its any better! Good savings to be made.
[The price drops 30p a time everytime someone clicks, so anyone who continued clicking after a price wasnt to their liking would be doing nothing more than... well... reducing it 30p a time lol (and being stupid).] Keep clicking and you will get it for nothing.Sounds like they are not out to make a profit then.