I’ve been buying products & services online for probably close to 10 years, and one thing I always do before I buy is to shop around to compare pricing, to find out if the price is fair, or to see if I’m being ripped off. Now I don’t do this for every single thing – but if I’m buying electrical items or services online I’ll always look around for reviews and pricing.
I recently received some unsolicited email from a hosting company which was a little odd because their website domain was nothing like their company name. They were offering web hosting and had emailed me most likely via my listing on MediaUK.
To cut a long story short, they were selling a variety of ‘unlimited’ hosting packages, very very underpriced streaming packages, and to top it off, they were even selling stuff I could get for free if I spent 2.36548 seconds Googling what they were selling.
The point of this small blog is to point a few things out.
- If a company promises ‘unlimited’ – they can’t deliver it, so what else are they lying about?
- They haven’t invented the unlimited hard-drive yet.
- Google what you want, you might be able to get it for free.
- They still haven’t invented the unlimited hard-drive yet.