Bit of a con?

Discussion in 'Hardware & DIY' started by cyberelic, 1 Feb 2009.

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  1. cyberelic

    cyberelic Newly Registered

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    I've seen the UKapps website and its associated forum. There is a planting set advertised (in the merchandise section) but no links to where it may be purchased. What is going on?

    Either they should remove all links and apologize for mis-representation, or make it plain how I can purchase one of these sets...

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  2. Nick16

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    pm dan crawford, hes the man. there is a thread on here.
     
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    chill dude, chill 8)
     
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    :lol: Calm down calm down. If an apology is needed i think it's about the title of this thread! :rolleyes:
     
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    Yup, look in the buy sell and swap section.
     
  7. cyberelic

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    Thanks guys, so it is just a con, there are no more planting kits for sale (as of late July 2008). Although I'm sure the guy is a sweet well meaning person (!!!) he should at least stop mis-representing his ability to supply the goods. He should take the advert down until such time as he is capable of supplying the goods, and apologize for the annoyance caused.

    It's hard enough trying to find decent aquarium planting equipment, at a reasonable price, (as I'm sure you people have discovered) without some nutter pretending to offer for sale equipment on a supposedly reputable website...

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  8. LondonDragon

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    LOL this guy makes me laugh! The UKAPS tool kit was a one off and it was actually a very good tool kit and more people now want it. If there is enough interest then some more will be ordered, understood!!!!! :p
    UKAPS have limited funds to order this stuff in bulk so they must rely on people pre-paying for them so that they have the financial power to order in bulk, thats what I did to get mine. Did have to wait sometime for it but its well worth.
     
  9. Ed Seeley

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    I don't understand your approach to this Cyberelic. I'm locking this thread as it's only purpose seems to be to have a go at someone. If you want to discuss it further then PM me or Dan directly please.
     
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