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    bikesalesonthenet.

    bikesalesonthenet. has anyone purchased from them prices seem to good to be true

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    Just had a look, seems dodgy as you like!
    In the "About Us" section it's all talk of fashion this n that - "Focusing on the very latest in affordable fashion style, we provide thousands of the latest in chic product lines".
    And there are lots of random items for sale at £68.64.

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    Trustpilot is stupid.
    9 reviews....every one is 1/5. Trustpilot give it an average of 2.1/5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey B View Post
    Trustpilot is stupid.
    9 reviews....every one is 1/5. Trustpilot give it an average of 2.1/5
    never trust a pilot ....
    As the great philosopher Keating once wrote " Life is a rollercoaster, you just gotta ride it!" ------Amen

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    thanks all will give them a miss

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    ... even the recommended tracking website, 17track.net, is slightly weird. They don't actually track anything, merely synchronize their website with that of the actual couriers. Why the couriers would want or need to let them do this, I don't know.
    John Bentall

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    Quote Originally Posted by beemerboy9 View Post
    ... even the recommended tracking website, 17track.net, is slightly weird. They don't actually track anything, merely synchronize their website with that of the actual couriers. Why the couriers would want or need to let them do this, I don't know.

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    address on google maps is a small terraced house

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