Buying a new monitor

  pmaguire651 07 Jul 11
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Hello my name is Paul. I am currently interested in purchasing a new tv monitor for my PC and have settled on the Samsung P2470HD. Whilst searching through various websites for the best deal i discovered that the website www.pc-titan.com has the best deal. However i was just wondering whether anyone has used this website before and whether it is a trust worthy website or not. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks

  Kevscar1 08 Jul 11

it better than this

http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nbsbnoss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Samsung+P2470HD&x=16&y=13

  buteman 08 Jul 11

If this is it I would not be thinking of buying anything from it.

http://www.pc-titan.com/

Looks like a new site with no security clearance from WOT.

No Address or Contact number.

  pmaguire651 08 Jul 11

Thanks for the quick replies. Yes i was worried about that site and its lack of contact details. However the tv is like £60 cheaper on this site. I think to be safe i will just pay the extra money and use a more reliable site. Thanks

  buteman 08 Jul 11

Remember you get the free delivery with Amazon and you can also try E-Buyer which also does free delivery but does not have your model in stock.

But worth a look through both sites.

Lots of sales on at the moment so keep looking but best sticking with reliable dealers to be in the safe side.

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