It is currently 17 Jan 2017, 18:09
Doug wrote:Perhaps a better idea would be a mirror that clips on the tip of the saw so you can see the line you're cutting to
Andyp wrote:Who do you think posted the one and only review of the product?
NickS wrote:Andyp wrote:Who do you think posted the one and only review of the product?
I'm tempted to create some better reviews on this one
Just as an aside, a note of warning, my dad purchased a gift via Rutlands last year. He bought this on a newly issued card. He then faced a £750 bill to some unknown Russian who'd ringed his debit card details as the next transaction. I think Rutlands were blameless, but ultimately my dad has not used Rutlands again...... I've tried to explain to him the two transactions are likely unrelated and cyber crime takes many random forms. The bank ultimately refunded the money but provided no explanation or evidence they'd investigated the fraud further.
Any experience? The Rutlands sales manager, when my dad called back, told him this was the first and only call he'd had about this and they were obviously concerned enough to investigate it for him but could not see any way his card details could have been compromised. I like Rutlands, it's just a shame that when something like this happens it really compromises ones sense of security in web-based purchasing, particularly for someone of my dad's generation who's not used to it.
Rod wrote:Garages fuel receipts are a common source of fraud - IE card details being passed on.
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