Too good to be true?

  nick_j007 12:13 23 Feb 04
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What are your thoughts on this site please?

Dodgy? Ok, and too good to be true?

Your opinions would be welcomed as a friend sent it to me as a link last week.

Thanks.

Nick

  slimbo51 12:16 23 Feb 04

At Least they come in a cardboard box....!!!!

  Jester2K 12:26 23 Feb 04

Where does it say that?

£600 Adobe photoshop CS for $45??

Hmmmm

  AcidBurn7uk 12:29 23 Feb 04

If they are a UK based site, why are all their prices in $. Does "We get programs before they are officially released!" mean they sell you pirated software?

mmmm - I wouldn't touch them with a 10ft pole!

  prb 12:31 23 Feb 04

At those prices I struggle to believe it's legitimate... AutoCAD 2004 is worth approx £3000, this site is selling it for $57.95!

  Jester2K 12:33 23 Feb 04

"We get programs before they are officially released!"

ALL stores get goods before they are offically released. Woolworths gets DVDs 3 or 4 days before release but can't sell them.

  ventanas 12:37 23 Feb 04

I've been getting an email advertsising this place. Echo AcidBurn7uk. I wouldn't touch them. I bet Adobe would though.

  nick_j007 12:41 23 Feb 04

Hmmm,

As I thought then really!

A wide birth as they say!

Cheers,

Nick

  Belatucadrus 12:45 23 Feb 04

They aren't listed in Companies House, they are based in " United Kingdom, Europe" a very odd way of putting it, prices are not quoted in UK currency and the all prices have what can only be called a credibility gap. I think AcidBurn7uks 10 ft pole is a bit too short.

  Al94 12:53 23 Feb 04

They wouldn't be listed unless a limited company. Many small businesses call themselves companys wrongly. Address and local telephone number are provided. Agree about the prices though!

  mikef. 12:55 23 Feb 04

They have a Store address in Milton Keynes, anyone out there who could check out the store

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