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Does anyone use the wish site?

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No it's there they just sting you with P+P on the price.  Daughter has bought a couple of things but now also checks other sites for price with p+p and they are often cheaper.

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13 minutes ago, Yellow Bear said:

No it's there they just sting you with P+P on the price.  Daughter has bought a couple of things but now also checks other sites for price with p+p and they are often cheaper.

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SWMBO uses it to good effect.However she does check other sites as well comparing the goods and p and p

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Thanks for the advice 👍

I am always a bit wary since I bought a chainsaw sharpener off facebook, that didn't work. 😣😣😣

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I look on wish, then check eBay and its usually cheaper, sometimes a fair bit.

Plus at least on eBay there's buyer protection because there's a lot of junk on wish.

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Chock full of ****. Sifting out the decent items and deals requires a bit of research and frankly, luck. 

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Bit harsh all these comments, just the other day I had a advert from wish for a plush hippo that makes **** sounds for just £22 !

bargain........

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There used to be some oddments and curiosity item I liked to pick up from there! Also a few bargains. Now it’s filled with overpriced garbage. I gave up ages ago. I also used to use the like of DX etc. 

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Just my luck I sent for three things non of them costing more five quid each even with the postage and the third item has been stopped at customs and post office want £11.11p to release it.

Ah well I suppose I was warned 😂

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17 minutes ago, Centrepin said:

So you're suggesting the Browning pump action for just £78.00 could possibly be a fake?🤔

Just possible🥴

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9 minutes ago, KB1 said:

Just possible🥴

Such a shame the polished plastic stock and pencil drawn engraving looked so appealing 😉

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