Sunday 17 July 2011 Review - Is it a con? Cheap Canon 60D for £361

Many people are asking about and a review of their website that offers electronic goods at unbelievable prices. Remember the saying "if it looks too good to be true then it probably is!"

Firstly and are nothing to do with which is a legal, legitimate UK company that sells electronic equipment. Their name has been used by overseas scammers to trick you into parting with your cash. Their website offers cameras such as the Canon 5D Mark2 for £865, Canon 60D for £361 or the Nikon D700 DSLR camera for £857. They then show a further 5% discount on these already ficticious prices. Beware - these are not genuine offers and you will never receive these cameras - just lose your money!

So why does a review of and show that it is a scam and a con?

1) The website  has only been running for a month (registered June 2011)

2) They do not accept valid forms of electronic payment such as Visa/Mastercard or Paypal and only accept payment types that cannot be traced and are easily laundered.

3) You cannot buy cameras such as the Canon 600D for under 50% of the UK price. This is cheaper than Canon can produce them for.

4) They are passing off as the name of a genuine business in an attempt to trick consumers into buying from them. This is a common scam and has been carried out many times before on different businesses.

5) All feedback forums are having reports of people who have lost money to them

Wednesday 13 July 2011

Scam Bargain Price Camera Gear

This site is a scam, you can only pay through non safe methods ie CASH. Who would go to a Paypoint location and hand over £400 cash to a company that uses the London immigration offices as its registered place of business on the website.

Do yourselves a favour and remember the golden rule:
If it seems to good to be probably is.