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Philip on 01 Nov 2012
Who would have thought that refusing to sell the stock in your shops and taking 10 days to deliver electrical items that you've sent customers home to order online for 100 more than everywhere else would lead to administration.

Only a shame that the sh*tter retailer (Dixons group) didn't go first.
Wonko The Sane - on 01 Nov 2012
In reply to Philip: The only retailer which has gone to the wall that I miss, is Woolworths. They always had reasonable quality, useful items in stock. Though I'm probably in a minority of people who used them or they'd not have gone bust.


Comet? Who cares. Outdated.
highclimber - on 01 Nov 2012
In reply to Philip: I've nothing but bad experiences with Comet. Not at all surprised they're drowning considering their attitude to customer service.
toad - on 01 Nov 2012
In reply to Philip: It's the end of the world. A falling Comet is always a portent of the End Times
myth - on 01 Nov 2012
In reply to Philip: I though these guys went bust years ago.
woolsack - on 01 Nov 2012
In reply to myth: Yes so did I, they were bought for a pound IIRC
Philip on 01 Nov 2012
In reply to woolsack:
> (In reply to myth) Yes so did I, they were bought for a pound IIRC

It was a pound plus an extended warranty for 59.99 provided you trade in your old scrapheap company.
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Daithi O Murchu - on 01 Nov 2012
In reply to Philip:

good riddance to them,

now if we can only rid the world of cheap Chinese crap items that aren't worth the raw materials and time it took to make and transport them then well be getting somewhere.


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