Or sold up Northweald market out the back of Kilgore Trout's car boot? SMV wears a bumbag full of spare change.
I kid, I kid
> The order was just over £80, and I never received a penny
If you bought on card you can get your money back on orders over £50. It is called "card insurance".
> You'd have been a muppet to pre-order from a company clearly in a lot
> of trouble (i.e, all the shops going like dominoes).
I'm pretty sure when my intentions were set on pre-ordering a 360 from here. Only a few shops had closed.
> Still, there was only a few weeks to go. So you almost made it,
Which is perhaps the worst place to lose your pre-order.
This means we all go to the back of the queue to wait for one, which could be months.
Of course that give an awful impression and they want to make money to fix the problem but it is still morally wrong.
Still, there was only a few weeks to go. So you almost made it, really.
But I didn't so ner ner
I got a letter from Trading Standards office local to the company, asking me to confirm what I'd ordered and how much it had cost. I had to provide this info in writing, then once all the debts were settled, I'd get back all/some/none of what I was owed, depending on whether there was anything left over.
The order was just over £80, and I never received a penny back.
Good luck to all of you who are currently out of pocket.