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# 223106 13-Sep-2017 08:46
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I've been shopping around online for some hard drives, and notice that Pricespy and PriceMe both show Wholesale Technology Limited as being the cheapest.

 

But no ratings, and I cant recall ever seeing them pop up before in previous searches.

 

http://wholesaletech.co.nz/index.php?route=information/contact

 

This is their contact page, should I trust a company with an incomplete address?

 

Has anyone here heard of them or dealt with them before?

 

Would PS and PM list a company that wasn't for real?





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  # 1863218 13-Sep-2017 08:55
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11 Jul 2017

 

Director is based in Taupo.

 

I'd be a tad wary, maybe call them and have a chat first and see what you think from there.





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  # 1863227 13-Sep-2017 09:03
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Yet another person obviously starting a drop shipping business thinking they can sell stuff cheaply and get rich. Good luck.

 

 


 
 
 
 




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  # 1864325 13-Sep-2017 10:44
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Ok, I'll go with the tried and true.

 

Thanks for heads up, seems i was right to be cautious.





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  # 1864433 13-Sep-2017 12:19
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They seem to have a physical address and valid contact numbers. Which is good.


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  # 1864473 13-Sep-2017 13:23
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Director is tied up with a couple of other businesses as well.....

 

They claim its all NZ sourced stock etc.





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  # 1864501 13-Sep-2017 13:55
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kiwifidget:

 

I've been shopping around online for some hard drives, and notice that Pricespy and PriceMe both show Wholesale Technology Limited as being the cheapest.

 

 

I'd suggest using Geekzone Price (which is actually PriceMe)







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freitasm:

 

kiwifidget:

 

I've been shopping around online for some hard drives, and notice that Pricespy and PriceMe both show Wholesale Technology Limited as being the cheapest.

 

 

I'd suggest using Geekzone Price (which is actually PriceMe)

 

 

Is there special GZ pricing if I use that link?





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freitasm:

 

No special Geekzone pricing, but it's an affiliate link - we get a share of the Price Me revenue.

 

 

Totally Off Topic but why is the "Geekzone Pricing" so badly catagorised. 

 

Right now looking in the  "Computers - Components - System Cooling" section we have an apple Macbook, Brother printer and some seagate HDD 

 

 

https://price.geekzone.co.nz/catalog.aspx?cid=168

 

 

 

All I need is a 90mm case fan ...

 

 

 

 


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