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Topic # 190858 14-Jan-2016 16:20
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Anyone else seeing this?

1. Add an item to your cart, e.g. https://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/shop?p_p_id=konakart_portlet_WAR_konakart_portlet&p_p_lifecycle=1&p_p_state=normal&p_p_mode=view&p_p_col_id=column-1&p_p_col_count=1&_konakart_portlet_WAR_konakart_portlet__spage=%2FSelectProd.do&_konakart_portlet_WAR_konakart_portlet__sorig=%2FSelectCat.do%3FcatId%3D24&productId=498

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btw that URL is a bit ridiculous - should be aliased etc)

2. Proceed to Checkout

3. Fill in personal details. The address checker here is pretty bad. It results in a poorly formatted address if it can't resolve your actual location, e.g. building name + floor name etc. I expected it to work fine when I entered my residential address but on the next page, it removed the 'street' part...

4. Anyway, hit back at this screen before 'make your payment' and the personal details are replaced with another name, phone number, email address, and physical address - it seems to be the same unique name each time







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  Reply # 1471067 14-Jan-2016 16:32
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Last I tried to use their site, it was totally stuffed with respect to using the back button or opening more than one tab to compare things. Just shouted at me for using my browser as it was intended to be used so I ended up just buying the same item from the warehouse online instead which had a working website I could use like a website should be used. Never been back to the 2 degrees store to try buying anything.




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