Ian (lovingboth) wrote,
Ian
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That's the last time I read the sodding terms and conditions...

I decided this afternoon to get one of these, an extremely inexpensive digital video camera. I've seen the results, so I know the limitations, but for £80 I'm taking a 'who cares' attitude to them.

OK, so I do a price compare and discover that Amazon's the cheapest place to get them at the moment. Then I log on from another PC in the hope that Amazon will think I'm new and offer me £3 off. No :( but -- oooh! someone's selling an 'as new' one for £60!

Click, click, yes, click, do I accept the terms and conditions? Well, I'm curious as to what rights I have if it's not 'as new', so a quick read, ok, click

This item is no longer available

The used item you were interested in buying appears to have just been sold.


Arrggghhhh!!!!! I know it was bought while I was reading the T&C, because now it won't let me even get that far.

Grrr. I hope the used one gets lost in the post, grrr, cross, sour grapes, grrr.
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