Don't shop at RedSave.com
We've written about RedSave a number of times on Bitterwallet, and again they're back. Of course, it isn't good news either.
The company has had a dodgy past; they offered discounts on things bought on their site, however, by doing so, consumers were signed-up to a monthly subscription fee of £19.95. Customers missed this news, buried in the T&Cs, and many didn't know about the subscription until they looked at their bank balance.
When people complained, Redsave tried to get all negative comments removed from websites because, in their eyes, they were defamatory (even while the BBC were running a documentary about them).
Well, there's more. We received a message which tells us that the company who ran Redsave.com - Nettexmedia - is bankrupt, as you can see here.
With that in mind, it would be well worth avoiding RedSave.com. If they are still taking orders, there's not much hope that you'll be getting what you paid for.
There's rumours that the owner Max Walker has huge debts and, looking online, if you Google 'Max Walker Poole' it says "Some results may have been removed under data protection law in Europe," which suggest he's been flexing his right-to-be-forgotten, which is the new rule brought in by the EU.
Either way, we await more on this, but for now, don't be giving RedSave your cash yet until this is all cleared.