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    memorybits.co.uk

    I don't know if anyone else has had bad service, but my experience of them was appalling.

    I ordered £100 worth of memory etc from them on 17th December 2007, with promised first class delivery. It finally arrived on 14th Januray, after many emails sent, all of them ignored. It took the threat of Trading Standards and a Small Claim to get my supplies. I was very tempted to create a message book for aggrieved customers called memorybitsbites.co.uk, as on searching for them, they have given other customers similar experiences.

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    I smell a bot.

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    No, I don't think so (based on his post history).

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    Thats what I based my smellings on.
    I might be wrong, we shall see when he replies.

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    Certainly not a bot, just a frustrated customer/newbie. Some of the memory was for some private work, so their lateness made me look tardy!

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    anyway, why would a bot 'bad-up' a company?

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    someone needs their nose checking...

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    Thanks for the heads up on that one Mr. Legs, and welcome to the Edugeek forums. I always use Corsair now for something as fragile as memory. Excellent service, website and returns (not that its been used yet).

    Off Topic slightly, can I make Edugeekers aware of a company called RedSave.com. I purchased a Digital Photo Frame from them (cheapest at the time). It did eventually turn up after lots of emails and phone calls. I then got a bill the following month for £19.95 for some stupid membership club they railroad you into joining without making it 100% clear. Google it and see.

    Thanks,

    Simon

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