“ dedicated to offering you the latest innovative products in the technology accessories field, currently focusing on products for the Creative Zen and Apple iPod range of MP3 players. „
Buying a Wii Fit online can be a sketchy thing. There are so many fakes and rip off websites out there that I was really worried about purchasing my Own Wii Fit online. After spending some time researching the different Wii Fit websites I discovered Techfocus.co.uk and I am happy to say my search stopped there.
I browsed around the website for awhile and was overwhelmed by all the different Wii fit Accessories they had. From the Wii Fit Skin, to the Wii fit rechargeable battery, to the Wii Fit kit, I didn't know where to start. I gave up on searching by myself and decided to give them a call. The sales associate helped me to decide my Nintendo Wii Fit with Balance Board and Silicon Skin. It really is something amazing...
The cost wasn't really a concern as much as customer service and a quality product was, but I must say their prices weren't bad at all. Short story long, I love their Service, I would do business with Techfocus.co.uk again.
Owned by Kinch Electronics Techfocus.com describes themselves as centering on customer relations and the latest innovations in technology, specifically products for the Creative Zen and Apple iPod range of MP3 players. I rather central fact that they don't mention is that although they sell the accessories they don't actually sell any MP3 players and much of the accessories listed are in fact out of stock.
Currently they appear to pushing the Wii fit which they assure all customers are out of stock elsewhere (which I can tell you is untrue) and a vast assortment of accessories to go with it.
The choice for games and consoles is very limited. There are no games, consoles or accessories for the Xbox or Playstation. No games for DS, though you can get a DS in a variety of colours and there are plenty of accessories. The Wii is available in various bundles, all of which include some form of specialised equipment for that game. The games are also sold separately, but I counted a sum total of 4 games available.
On the plus side navigating your way around the site is nice and easy with a useful browser on the left hand side to take you through the products available, it's just a shame when you get there that the in stock products are a little thin on the ground. They also have a new products page for the techy people that must have the newest thing and a sales page for the reduced stock (which was made up of the really awful stuff they really just cannot shift no matter how low they drop the price).
Overall the pricing on products was none too bad, though it wasn't great either, hitting around average over a number of sites on consoles and accessories and rather expensive when it came to the games.
Possibly their greatest plus was their pledge to dispatch the item same day as long as order was placed and payment cleared before 3pm. Payment can be made by most cards, PayPal and Google Checkout and all items come with a 12 month guarantee. The returns policy is a little long winded, but easy enough.
Overall the site was fair, but with so much choice of where to get PC and consol accessories out there it is easy to find a better deal with more choice elsewhere.
Techfocus.co.ukI just want to thanks to Techfocus.co.uk for providing an excellent online shopping experience. I am really excited about their services. For better results it is considered that to go for a method which can be very funny as well as useful for the whole family. If you look for one such option in the market then Techfocus.co.uk, can be a suitable choice for you. It is a highly recognized store which is unique due to distinct aspects. And a look on some of the features which you can enjoy after dealing with this site for wii Fit consoles and accessories. SO, I highly recommend http://www.techfocus.co.uk for online purchasing wii fit.
Techfocus.co.uk is owned and operated by Kinch Electronics Ltd from offices near Lincoln. It seems like a small company dealing in gadgets and accessories. I would imagine that most of its business is conducted offline in the local area because the diversity of content available on the website seems insufficient for a viable business.
Using the Website
The website is clean cut and well designed with an appealing colour scheme. It follows the traditional layout pattern for a simple consumer based website with a home page consisting of a main menu of categorised content down the left hand side, a site menu bar beneath the title at the top and a conveniently placed search box below this. Down the right hand side is another menu of image links listing the most popular items on the site.
Navigation of the website is a breeze. Web pages load quickly (I have a less than 2MB broadband speed) even when you go to the check out. This isn't always the case with Amazon. However, there is one exception: the search facility is not very efficient. You have to place the exact name of the item you're looking for in the search bar and even then you might miss what you're after. Type in 'PDA car charger' and you'll get no results, but there are dozens of PDA car charges available on the site. Likewise, typing in Apple iPod brings up two items, but typing in just iPod brings up a list of 50 products - half of which are out of stock. And this brings us to what is probably the most irritating factor when searching for products on this site - nearly half the stuff listed seems out of stock. Take the 'Memory' category on the left hand menu; nearly every link you click on takes you through to a list of products that are out of stock. From the same menu the website also gives the impression of offering Skype phones and headsets, but click on the links and once again you'll find these too are out of stock. The website is clearly under managed and not up to date... maybe the web master is still on holiday.
The company claims to be dedicated to offer the latest innovative products in the technology accessories field and supposedly specialises in products for the Creative Zen and Apple iPod range of MP3 players. Here they're referring to accessories rather than actual Mp3 players. You can't buy an Apple iPod on this site. What you can buy are headphones, batteries and chargers and a multitude of covers or skins for your player and they are bound to have the cable you need (if it's in stock). Although they don't sell iPods or Zen music players, you can buy a Nintendo DS Lite console at a reasonable £109 - one of the few gadgets that the site offers for sale.
It was difficult to discover any information about postage costs. There is information about payment and delivery that can be accessed via a link at the bottom of the page, but you will only find information about the methods of payment (debit cards and paypal etc). There is no mention of delivery costs. Any one familiar with ordering from Amazon will know that postage costs are nearly always visible before you go to check out. This is useful information to have because it allows you to work out the total cost of your order and make accurate price comparisons with other websites.
This lack of site information gave me the opportunity to test their customer service response via the text box on their 'contact us' page. I wanted to know the delivery costs for some Apple iPod nano Lanyard Headphones listed on the site and priced at £5.86. Their promise is to respond to all email enquiries within 4 hours during a business day - their office hours being Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. I sent them a message using the 'contact us' page on Thursday afternoon at 4pm and received a polite emailed reply at 5.15pm the same day stating that postage costs start at £2.99 depending on the item. They explained that the total postage amount would be visible at the checkout before making a payment. Mmm... can't complain there. The customer service seems excellent.
So I register with the site - a very quick process with no need for email confirmation - and go to order the headphones. The postage costs are not that straight forward. Standard First Class delivery is going to cost me £2.92 (not £2.99) or £6.75 for next day delivery. I go for the £2.92 option and continue through the checkout process to discover they've yet to add VAT, that'll be an extra £1.14 so my total order will cost £8.78. Only at the very last minute do you have to supply your credit/debit card details. Apple iPod Nano Lanyard Headphones are listed on Amazon at slightly under £8 including postage and so I decide not to order. Many of the items on the site are slightly cheaper on Amazon.
It's too easy to criticise the Techfocus.co.uk for their higher prices. I do sympathise with small electronics companies trying to compete with the likes of Amazon, but if you're going to break into the online market that's what you have to do. Given Amazon's economies of scale, it does seem like an impossible task unless you obtain a niche market or have access to a wholesale supplier in the Far East who happens to be your long distant Chinese uncle and who'll supply you and no one else with the latest gizmo at a knock down price. It's not all bad price wise though. They seem to do a good selection of PDA car chargers all of which seem competitively priced.
In conclusion www.techfocus.co.uk is a mixed bag. It's presents itself as a specialist gadget site, but one gets the impression that it's not sure what the site specialises in. Prices on the whole are a little on the expensive side but there are some competitively priced items. The one main advantage a small site like this has over a larger brands such as Amazon is the personal service they are able to provide. The main fault of the site is the amount of itemised links for products that are out of stock. This one issue alone could leave many potential customers with a bad impression of the website and as such Kinch Electronics Ltd. This is a shame because the neat layout of the website initially gives you the impression that this is an efficient and professionally run business.
Up until August last year (2008) I had never even heard of Techfocus let alone visit their site or buy from them. I first heard about them when I ordered a Fujifilm USB memory pen from another site and inside the package were a bunch of leaflets, one of which was for Techfocus.
I found this very strange that another retailer should package leaflets in their customers' orders pointing them in the direction of their competitors but now having used Techfocus I see perhaps why they would.
Techfocus is basically a company that sell electronics, they are owned by Kinch electronics and based in Lincoln UK. They sell all sorts of electronic equipment such as a limited selection of games consoles, batteries and battery packs, PC and laptop accessories, all sorts of cables such as USB HDMI and the likes and things like memory cards and memory sticks and USB flash drives.
Their website is very, very user friendly and easy on the eye, it has a banner across the top of the page with the sites logo and then to the right of this a picture of a shopping trolley which of course indicates your shopping basket. Down the left had column of the home page you will find a list of all the categories relating to their products for sale which is easy to operate and find the things you are looking for.
Navigating the site can be done with the greatest of ease as the simple layout and correct listing of the items for sale make it almost impossible to go wrong, when you click on a category link it simply opens up a list of all the items that fit into the description of that category.
At the bottom of the home page in small writing are the terms and conditions for using the site and the payment options and delivery options, again these are laid out in simple to understand format and explain everything fully so there can be no mistakes.
The website also offers very good descriptions on the products and I would say the content of the website is very useful and very helpful unlike with some sites that offer good prices but you find yourself searching the web for descritptions of the products because little info is offered.
So far on reading this you could probably be left thinking that I am giving this site a good and positive review but believe me I am not and although as I have mentioned the website is very good and simple to use there are many, many problems with the company itself and that is why I mentioned earlier that I can now see why other companies would not be afraid of you trying this place out as it is unlikely anyone will use it more than once.
The problems start with the stock this company seems to hold which is about none, after a long browsing session on their site back in August 2008 I found that around 60% of the items on their site were out of stock, this is easy to find out because every item has either a green tick or a red cross under them indicating their availability with the tick meaning in stock and the cross meaning out of stock of course.
It also seems like it was all the good offers that were out of stock and it is of course very easy to make yourself look like an inexpensive trader by advertising low prices on stock you do not actually have to sell. The things that were in stock were by no means inexpensive and in fact I really was taken by surprise at how much more expensive they were than other retailers.
One example I remember clearly because it was one of the things I was looking for was an 8GB Sandisk Extreme IV compact flash card, Techfocus had this priced at £79.99 but I actually bought the item from Amazon.co.uk for the much more reasonable price of £65.
This was by no means a one off either, there were in fact many, many items that Amazon and other online stores were miles cheaper for than Techfocus but I did end up making a purchase from the site because they had a special offer on at the time which appealed to me.
The item I purchased (well tired to) was a Sony Ipod dock which had a built in bass unit and also an alarm clock, this was a nifty good looking item that was all around the internet on various sites priced at £59.99 but Techfocus had the very same item for the much reduced price of only £39.99 so it was a no brainer to order it from here.
Ordering was simple just like the rest of the website experience had been, I was offered the option of paying by credit or debit card or even using my Paypal account which is a great thing for online companies to offer in my opinion as many people feel safer using Paypal`s protected payments than using their cards.
On this occasion however I just used my debit card and the transaction was very quick, I chose standard delivery at the cost of £3.58 but I was offered next day delivery at £7.99 if I had wanted.
As it happened the delivery was very quick anyway taking only three working days to arrive but this is where my troubles started, the item sent was not the item I had ordered, it was a Sony Ipod dock but not the one with built in bass unit.
I emailed them and followed the return instructions and I was told they would not even wait till the item was returned but they would instead send out the correct item straight away to avoid me having to wait.
This seemed fair enough and would have been enough for me to forgive the original mistake if they had actually sent the right one as quickly as promised.
I found myself waiting four days then contacting them, I was assured the item had been sent and should be with me that day or the next at latest. After a further three days I again contacted them and told them if I did not receive the item in the next two days I no longer wanted it, to which I was told I should have received a letter from them telling me that the item was no longer available and that is why an alternative had been sent.
The next day I did indeed get this letter which claimed that no one at the company should have told me I would receive the original order because they had none to send and that the item they did send should have been marked as an alternative.
So it was yet another out of stock item or was it more sinister than that? Could they be advertising this item knowing full well they have none and just hoping people accept the alternative?? Anyway I certainly did not accept it and instead asked for me card to be reimbursed which it was after a long 7 days, leaving me totally annoyed by this company and guaranteed never to use them again.
So my overall opinion on the Techfocus experience would be that it all started out very well and the website was very good but it went downhill very quickly with the lack of stock and then went completely horrific once I tried to actually buy an item I wanted so the long and the short of it is that despite the good website this is a company I will never use again nor would I ever consider recommending to anyone else, I awarded it two stars rather than a single one just because the website is at least one positive.
Thanks for reading.
I found the layout of this website to be a bit dated & non attractive, in my opinion it doesn't pull you in & make you want to see more of what it has to offer like other websites I have visited. As i said the layout is dated however for the average user it is simple, no fuss shopping. The prices are very high for example a Nintendo Wii Fit board costs £89.99 & as i have previously bought one of these online I know for a fact that you can get it at least £20 cheaper at other online stores... you just have to shop around to find a good deal! I would have liked to seen a reviews link next to the items you are looking at to see what people that have bought it thought of it as i never buy a product of expense without reading a review or asking a friend or relative for their opinion first. I noticed that this website does a next day delivery if you order before 3pm, this is a big plus for me as when i last ordered from an internet store although the price was considerably cheaper i did have to wait 9 days for it to be delivered therefore i would have paid that little bit more to have it quicker as i was very eager! All in all i feel this is an average website the plus being very fast delivery which you will not find on alot of other sites but then downside would be the prices.
Techfocus is an online electrical shop stocking many things from memory cards to Nintendo Wii consoles. They have been around since 2005 and are based in Lincoln in the UK. They are owned and operated by Kinch Electronics Ltd.
When you first log on to the techfocus website you are met with a big advert right in the middle for the Wii Fit Board as they currently have these in stock, they want a shade over £90 for them though, which I find a bit cheeky as they are supposed to only be £70. It annoys me a bit that companies are allowed to charge whatever they want for things just because they are hard to get hold of, and I feel we as consumers should ignore these companies as they would then have to sell there stock at the correct price. Apart from the Wii Fit Boards there is some information about techfocus, including a promise to post your goods the same day if paid for before 3pm, this is quite a good promise as long as they stick to it as so many companies have a cut off of about 10.30am. On the other hand this could be because they do not have that much business and have plenty of time to get your stuff posted after 3pm.
What The Site Is Like
On the left of the site is a full list of all the different categories of goods they stock, they have skype phones and headsets, consoles including Nintendo Wii and DS Lite, Ipod accessories, memory cards, PC periphials, cables and GPS accessories to name a few things, well to name most really! On the opposite side of the site is a list of popular items that you can view easily and click straight on. Most of the stuff they sell is accessories for electrical goods, not actually the electrical goods themselves, apart from the Nintendo stuff, they have Wii consoles but these are £200!
On the whole I would say the site is quite good in general in that it is easy to get around and it is quite easy to purchase something from them also, however on closer inspection a lot of the stuff they stock is not in stock! Thats right I would say about 50 - 60% of the stuff they have on the site says out of stock so it isn't much use being on there really in my opinion. Also their prices seem to be quite high, not just the Wii Fit Board but most stuff I looked at was a lot dearer than on other sites. So although the site might be easy to use and they guarantee to post your stuff the same day, you will have to pay through the nose for it!! And that is if they actually have it.
Techfocus accept a range of payment methods including all major credit and debit cards and also Paypal, so they make it easy for you to pay their inflated prices also! I don't think I would recomend this site because of the prices and also the fact that they haven't got much in stock, there are loads of websites selling the same sort of stuff as these so I would give them a miss to be honest. I have not ordered anything from them because of these reasons and so I can not comment on their delivery time, or their customer service, I am afraid I did not get this far with them.
Techfocus is, mainly, an electrical accessories retailer, owned and operated by Kinch Electronics Ltd. from their offices near Lincoln UK. They sell things like memory cards, ipod accessories, rechargable battery packs for sat navs etc, and some computer accessories and cables. They also seem to be cashing in on the latest crazes, the Nintendo Wii and the DS Lite. Whilst I have visited the site before, not long before christmas, I have not made a purchase from them before as I found them to be very expensive in comparison to most better know companies, however for the purpose of this review I will order something from them today (Monday) to test out the speedy, and boasted about, service they offer. I will then update the review when my item arrives before publishing it later this week.
The site is quite easy on the eye, initially, and it has to be said it is extremely well laid out. Across the top of the page is a banner with the techfocus logo in the company colours of blue and orange on the left, underneath this they list their three main selling points; speed, quality and service. To the right of this banner is your basket, with a picture of a shopping trolly! Underneath this is a counter for the amount of items currently in you basket, or trolly, and the total cost of them. Between these two is the quote 'same day dispatch on all orders placed before 3pm' which is quite a good selling point to anyone wanting their goods quickly and one I make myself in my ebay shop, its does however state below this quote that you should check product pages for exceptions! Below this are the usual tabs; my account, about us, contact us, new products, etc.. Below this banner is a search box to type in something you are looking for on the site, always a nice addition and one that should be easy to find I think.
Next, down the left of the main page is a list of all the categories of products they sell, each of these categories can be clicked on to bring up a list of products down the center of the page. Down the centre of the home page are special offers and best sellers of the moment, at the time of writing the first thing I noticed, which I found initially very ineresting is the fact that they have Wii fit boards in stock, these are sold out everywhere, I know this as I got one for my wife for christmas and it was the hardest thing ever to find! The only problem with this is the price, they have gone down the route of most ebay sellers as soon as they get stock of these and put them on well above the RRP of £69.99, techfocus want £91.99! A bit naughty really. Down the right hand side of the main page is a box with some popular items in it. At the bottom of the main page are they payment terms they accept, and the company address. As I mentioned earlier all of this is very easy on the eye and extremely well laid out and very easy to navigate, some similar sites I have visited are quite complicated to use and I feel you could manage this site even if you are a complete computer, or internet, novice.
When shopping on the internet I do not buy anything now before I have checked to see if the company I am using offers cashback through one of the many cashback sites I use. If you do not use cashback sites yet, drop me a message and I will send you a few links for the best ones around at the moment. The best cashback I could find for techfocus was 2% of your total purchse for branded products and a massive 7% for none-branded goods. While this is very good cashback wise, it also shows just how big the companies mark-up is, especially on none-branded goods, as they can afford to give you 7% of the price back, as long as you are in the know that is!! In comparisson to these figures, Comet, Currys and PC World only offer 4%. This brings me back the complaint I had at the top of this review about their prices being high.
I briefly touched on the products offered by techfocus earlier, however I will go into a little more detail now. As previoulsy mentioned they sell electrical accessories mostly, the products available are split up in to ten main sections, they are:
* PC Peripherals
* PDA Accessories
* TV/Monitor cables
* Mobile Phones
* Clearance Items
Most of these are self explanatory, and they are split up into sub-sections, however there is not quite as much as you would expect under each sub-section.
Communication breaks down into Skype headsets and phones, however clicking on headsets brings you a blank page, stating 'there are no items to display', and the skype phones brings up just four results, all of which are out of stock! Consoles, as briefly mentioned, just breaks down into; Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS Lite, although there is also a 'game accessories' section with some expensive none-official controllers and charging leads, a section not really worth looking at to be honest. Of the Nintendo Wii and DS Lite stuff that is actually in stock, it is very expensive again, a Wii console is £199.99! These can be bought for less than £170.00! The Ipod section breaks down into a further 8 sub-sections including car accessories and chargers, these two might as well be the same category as they seem to have the same items in them! Then there are headphones, skins, speakers and cables amongst other things, all of which are again very much overpriced, I would look on ebay for these types of things as they are much cheaper on there.
Next comes memory, this obviously breaks down into the many different types of memory cards and flash cards that are available, as well as card readers. Again the choice in these sections is not brilliant, but probably adequate, however once again there are very few items listed that are actually in stock everything is once again very overpriced, for example: a Sandisk 1GB SD Memory Card is £10.75! Next are the PC periphials, which splits into four categories, they are PCMCIA cards, PCI cards and USB adapters and gadgets, again the choice in these sections is poor as are the stock levels. PDA accessories include; batteries, cradles, chargers and sync cables, and at the risk of sounding like a stuck record, the choice is slim and stock levels are low!
The next three catergories are more of the same and I do not need to bore you any more with information on small choice, small stock room! The final section, clearance items, has four items in it, so much for the January sales at this company, these are 3 different, but equally awful ipod cases and a 4GB Sandisk compact flash card which is, you guessed it, out of stock!!! I was beginning to wonder if they would actually have anything I would want to buy, and if so would it be in stock.
Ordering anything on this site, as expected having found the site so easy to use, is very easy. You first browse the site for something you want, and check it is in stock! This is easy to spot as all items have either a tick or a cross under their descriptions, with in stock or out of stock next to it, most have out of stock in my experience as already mentioned. I eventually found an accessory set for the Wii fit board which I have looked at in shops for £17.99, techfocus have it on for £12.72, so they do actually have some bargains! An interesting point on this item though is, if you purchase this set with a Wii fit board from techfocus, it will set you back £109.89, minus the £91.99 for the Wii fit on its own, this means you are paying £17.90 for the accessory pack if bought as part of a package so keep your eye on the rices of anything you decide to buy from here. When you have found the item you want to buy, next to it in the two techfocus colours are two boxes, orange and blue, one is for more information on the product and the other is to buy the item, they buy now button is in a paler blue colour if the item is out of stock, hence this is the colour of most of them!
Luckily though the item I had decided on was in stock and first of all I signed in to the cashback site I was going to use and logged on to the techfocus site through this so my cashback could be tracked, as it was a branded item, I would only get 2% cashback but every litle helps! Next I found the item again and clicked on the buy now button, this then moved one of this item into my basket, meaning the trolly icon at the top of the site now read 1 item £12.72. I then clicked on the trolly symbol to go to checkout. The next page that comes up is a list of items you have bought and the chance to enter a voucher ode if you have one. There is then a go to checkout button, but also a use paypal button which I decided to use. I like sites that accept paypal as it is a very safe payment method to use online, as you do not have to enter any bank or card details, also you are covered for up to £500 if anything goes wrong, also it is completely free to buyer (although quite expensive to the seller). I clicked on the paypal button and the familiar log in page came up. I looged in and came though to a summary page, on this page I finally found out how much the postage was going to be; another £3.58! Still slightly cheaper than the high street though, I confirmed and that was it, no need to enter your address or sign up with techfocus as this is visible through paypal, now I would just sit back and wait for my item to arrive, I had ordered well before 3pm so my item should be dispatched same day by first class post, in my experience of royal mail, it should arrive tomorrow or Wednesday.
Wow! The item was delivered this morning (Tuesday) I am very impressed, that means from ordering and paying, to recieving my goods was almost exactly 22 hours!! A service like this really cannot be beaten. Granted much of the delivery speed is down to Royal Mail, however I have to say techfocus obviously stuck to their same day dispatch promise, the item was also very well packaged, so absolutely no complaints what so ever with delivery. The only problem with this is I don't get to try out the customer service, which is advertised as being excellent, but this is not a bad thing. I will update this review in the future to include details of the customer service, should I have the need to use it, or if I hear what they are like from a reliable source.
So overall what do I think of techfocus? I have to say their website is one of the best I have visited recently, not in the respect of it being mega modern and complicated, but the fact that it is simply easy on the eye, and so simple to navigate. Everything is really well laid out and it is very easy to work out how to use the site, even if you are a complete beginner in my opinion. Moving from page to page is also done very quickly, as there is no waiting for complex graphics to load. The fact that they accept paypal is also a very big plus in my opinion, for the reasons I gave earlier, more and more companies are starting to catch on to paypal now and it is not just limited to ebay, there are many benefits with payapl and it always give me a good impression of a company if they accept it, the other thing is that the payment is instant and means they can get on with packaging and dispatching your goods quicker. It is always a nice touch if sites are signed up with cashback sites also, and so many smaller companies, like techfocus, are not.
Now the bad points, unfortunately the good points above are completely cancelled out by the bad points. The main problem I have with this site is price, they are not competitive on price at all. Honestly the Nintendo Wii accessory pack I bought was the only thing I would buy off this site at the moment. I nearly gave up on ordering something and just wrote the review purely on the site content, as the things they actually have in stock are so overpriced, there are lots of cheaper sites on the internet, selling the same sort of things. Then obviously the next problem is stock levels, the most annoying thing in the world when shopping, either in a shop or online, is to choose something you want, only to be told it is out of stock and you can't have it! I wouldn't mind but even if they had stock of everything they listed the choice would not be exactly big. I suppose if you are looking for a Wii fit board, they are slightly cheaper here than on ebay and you will have it very quickly but once they sell out of these they have very little else to offer, and lets not forget even though they are slightly cheaper than on ebay, they are still £22.00 over the recomended retail price, so they are still nailing your hat on really. If nobody bought these items at inflated prices then retailers would not be able to get away with ripping us off. This is probably another reason why you should not shop here, and unless they start stocking more stuff and make some drastic price cuts, I will not be shopping here again and have only awarded two stars and not recommended it to buyers, even though there are so many positives above, there are simply far too many negatives that more than cancel out the positives unfortunately, these problems could however be put right quite easily and I will look in on this site again in the future to see if it has improved and will update this review if it has.
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