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2008/05/13 23:27:17 (permalink)

Buying things from Next website

Bought some clothes yesterday & and got an email saying that the items will be delivered, but it never asked for my card and made me open some sort of account that I cant get into Was wondering how exactly do I pay and close the account?
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    RE: Buying things from Next website 2008/05/13 23:29:46 (permalink)
    Did you not ge an email confirming all your login details?

    If its anything like the Next store cards you need to have proof of death before they leave you alone.
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    RE: Buying things from Next website 2008/05/13 23:37:28 (permalink)
    I got an order confirmation email, but no log in details
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    RE: Buying things from Next website 2008/05/13 23:53:39 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: cu3ed

    Did you not ge an email confirming all your login details?

    If its anything like the Next store cards you need to have proof of death before they leave you alone.


    LOL @ proof of death!
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    RE: Buying things from Next website 2008/05/14 01:26:11 (permalink)
    You have a store card, I signed up on Next website when i was 17 because i had bought my mum loads of presents for christmas but she asked me for just slippers and i forgot them.

    I went on the next website and it said click if you are 18 so i did and 2 weeks later i got a bill through asking £3.40 for first payment with about 20% APR. I paid it all off and they kept sending me Catalogue, which they charged for too. My initial limit was £500 but they upped it to £600 for no reason.

    Ring up and they will cancel it for you, the site is very misleading if its like it was 18 months ago
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    RE: Buying things from Next website 2008/05/14 18:18:45 (permalink)
    It automatically opens an account. If you still want your stuff wait till you receive it. You will then be billed for it on the 8th of June. You can then use you card or direct debit to pay.

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    RE: Buying things from Next website 2008/05/14 19:18:50 (permalink)
    Im a Next customer, and i get a statement every 28 days which i usually pay via my online account or at my local bank
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    RE: Buying things from Next website 2008/05/14 19:56:45 (permalink)
    Cool thanks, I want what I ordered but dont want to start paying out for other things i.e. the catalogue
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