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  Reply # 1038683 7-May-2014 23:00
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Dratsab: This is light-years off topic. Start a new thread - I'll be happy to respond there.


Created as requested - http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=48&topicid=144118

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  Reply # 1038703 7-May-2014 23:54
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mrtoken: If anything it should take a model of how Aliexpress does it.
You pay when you buy, seller sends the product then once the buyer OK's it then the funds are released. If there is a problem the buyer/seller try to sort it out, if they can't then the website sorts it out.
They can then go on the attack with "it's safer than trademe"




A friend just got ripped off on there, seems the seller didn't have any of the products they were touting and didn't have any intentions of supplying the goods AliExpress has now removed to trader




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  Reply # 1038995 8-May-2014 13:29
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I took another look today due to Wheedle's advertising appearing on Geekzone.

There are still a lot of errors and issues.

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  Reply # 1038997 8-May-2014 13:32
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gzt: I took another look today due to Wheedle's advertising appearing on Geekzone.

There are still a lot of errors and issues.


With what? Certainly when they first lauched, there were some major problems that made it into the mainstream media, and they had to shut it down. 

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