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David"Martin" T.

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Experience: Shopping, Business, Finance

Member since December 2015

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4 Reviews by David

2/21/20
"Buyer protection" absolute twoddle!
After waiting over a month for PayPal to decide on whether or not I should receive a refund for a product that I never received, PayPal decided to go in favour of the seller, then closed the case, I had to contact my bank to reverse the payment!
They just play for time, until it's too late to do anything about it, then close the case!
1/24/16
They think they can get away with their deceit by hiding behind their Terms and Conditions,
Which are updated every time they come across a flaw in them?
But what they are doing is morally wrong.
If you’re unlucky enough to have fallen into their trap, claim your money back via your Bank
“This is a Fraudulent Operation”
Who hide behind their “T&C’s”
1/24/16
They think they can get away with their deceit by hiding behind their Terms and Conditions,
Which are updated every time they come across a flaw in them?
But what they are doing is morally wrong.
If you’re unlucky enough to have fallen into their trap, claim your money back via your Bank
“This is a Fraudulent Operation”
Who hide behind their “T&C’s”
1/14/16
The legality of Madbid.com is all hinged on the Terms & Conditions
hidden behind a "How it works" link, there you will find a condescending video that will have you
believe how easy it is to win the auction. The chances of winning an auction are virtually none
existent, as you have to bid against other bidders and bots, and the some of the bidders who have
More money than sense will use the Autobid function, which has the potential to keep the auction
going on indefinitely. Recently I was bidding on an auction for MadBid credits, when I a saw my
"Buy Now" price was close to the Auction price, I decided to Buy the Credits.

1950 MadBid Credits Valued @ £194.99
My "Buy Now" Price £25.61
Plus "Earned Discount" £172.37
Credits Used 226
Bids per credits X 6
6 X .12½p= 0.75p X 226 £169.50

Total Charge £367.48
£172.49 Over the original auction price.

Tip for consumers: You have more chance of winning the lottery

David Has Earned 35 Votes

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