Either those things have never happened to me or I've never been aware of them (which would be a tad worrying). If there's something I want to buy I habitually go directly to sites I know are likely to sell what I want rather than Google for the item first and I think I might have bought from e-bay twice or thrice (I've certainly done so once). That having been said, I don't buy a wide range of different items so most of my on-line purchasing is from sites I've used before and know they are trustworthy and fair prices.Kilkis wrote:My guess would be that it is an example of "click bait". They have created an autmated email script that sends an email to everyone on their database advertising that flights are released for February and March. In order to. make the email more relevant the script also pulls the last non-UK destination that person has booked to/from regardless of whether there are flights to that detination. How many times have you searched for an item on Google, got results along the lines, "Get that item cheapest from Amazon/ebay/whatever only to discover they don't sell tha item. Frustrating but common.
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