Anyone else think this is a bit out of order?  
I thought that at a penny each I'd buy quite a few...

If you stick them all in one box the postage can't be more than, £10 I imagine...
Anyone else think this is a bit out of order?
I thought that at a penny each I'd buy quite a few... If you stick them all in one box the postage can't be more than, £10 I imagine...
Asked by: denim_12
Category: Other/ Miscellaneous

Asked on: 9th Mar. 2011
Ending on: 6th Apr. 2011


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  4   :: Suggestion by An5w3r5 on 9th March 2011

I pretty sure that there must be legal implications of this. What happens if you request to pick them up yourself? Can they refuse a request like that...?

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  2   :: Comment by Cookie on 21st March 2011

I bet its impossible to go through the checkout process without being forced to pay the postage. Amazon themselves should be responsible for this, whomever the vendor is. Its easy to see this and just dismiss it, what should happen is an email to Amazon to let them know, an email to the vendor to tell them it is out of line, and an email to Kingstom whom I am sure would not want to be associated with this type of practice. Lots of work though!

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  1   :: Comment by An5w3r5 on 21st March 2011

That's true, but what if I turn up at their doorstep? Can they deny me the list price?

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  3   :: Suggestion by p_abraham on 9th March 2011

I agree, it's dishonest and misleading, it should count as false advertising in my book.

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  2   :: Suggestion by jamsgra [m] on 10th March 2011

Entirely ridiculous...

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