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Hi Guys, On February 22nd I placed an order with Origin Broadband and paid £27.99 up front as they had a really competitive deal....However that night i decided to read reviews (my bad for doing it in that order, usually i read reviews first!)...Anyway i discovered so many many bad reviews about the company that it made BT look as though it was the king of Customer Service. So naturally i decided to cancel the following morning when the lines opened. So i called up (February 23rd) and after waiting 43 minutes in the queue, i was able to cancel my order and would told my refund woul
I recently bought a Origin Gaming Gift Card for my young nephew who is new to PC gaming. I bought it on the assumption that he (only being 8 years old) could activate Origins / EA games subscription service "Origin Access" which allows him to access a selection of EA games for a monthly fee of £3.99 I bought the card from a local Asda and thought it a great gift considering it stated clearly on the front of the card: " use this card for digital purchases - including full games, dlc & origin access subscription - no credit card required " (the key points of purchase
Hi all! I have ordered a customized shirt from one of the British online stores. The seller claims the shirt are made in uk, however I came across a question, how would a customer find out whether a seller is telling truth or not? Especially, if we speak of small businesses. As far as I know, there is a law that is meant to come in force whenever a seller or manufacturer is misrepresenting his product. Therefore, is there any governmental department regulating and checking business to make sure they are honest??