Good grief, it's the return of Tesco Value Cards!
Around this time last year, you may remember we reported on the brilliance that was Tesco Value Cards - greetings cards in a Tesco Value style that were free to download. There wasn't long for avid Bitterwallet readers to enjoy them, however - 24 hours later, the Tesco legal team moved in and made enough noise for the site owner to shut up shop for good.
One year on, and just in time for Valentine's Day, Tesco Value Cards are back with a brand new owner and a similarly crappy website. We conducted an exclusive interview with the shadowy figure in charge of the new budget card empire, who refused to be identified:
Tesco Value Cards are fantastic. I've given out dozens, and they never fail to amuse. They should be given the chance to continue to inspire and insult.
I've heard nothing from Tesco yet, although the previous owner told me that other (less impressive) value card websites have never faltered in their web presence. Tesco can get in touch if they really want, but we're not giving in. There have been nearly 100,000 downloads now of these cards. Tesco need to realise the good we're doing for them, not the bad!
As you can see from the site - there are no adverts, no asking for payments, no money exchanging hands of any sort. I don't make a penny. I actually pay to host the site. Either way, we'll be here longer than Tesco.
Bold words from the new Tesco Value Cards, and no doubt there'll already be twitching in the trousers of the Tesco suits. Get your Tesco Value Cards today people!