Following an eBay outage over the weekend the company is sending out emails to some of its sellers informing them of compensation on their fees… Read More »eBay Issues ‘Fee Credit’ For Lost Sales During Outage
Google has been ordered to pay $19 Million to consumers by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). This is because of unsupervised children making in-app-purchases through… Read More »Google Ordered to Pay $19 Million to Consumers
NOW TV have had a few little issues recently which have annoying fallen during bigger events and during more popular shows; namely, Game of Thrones… Read More »NOW TV Issues During Game of Thrones and Premier League Games – Vouchers for all!
Blockbuster has confirmed it will not be able to fulfil customer pre-orders for the Xbox One and PS4 release day as the blue brand once again faces the red.
Temporary measures taken while administrators wade in…
O2 Begins Compensation Over Network Problems – 10% Refund on Monthly Charge With £10 Store Voucher to All Customers
Following the troubles O2 customers suffered last week preventing them from accessing essential services including text messaging, calling and internet, the offending network has today… Read More »O2 Begins Compensation Over Network Problems – 10% Refund on Monthly Charge With £10 Store Voucher to All Customers
Apple has been forced to issue refunds to unhappy Australian customers who have recently picked up the new ‘4G iPad‘, only to find out that… Read More »Apple to Refund Disgruntled Australian iPad Owners Over 4G Feature
PS Vita Cash Back Scheme Begins with Amazon Japan – Also Portable’s 5 to 10 Year Western Plan & Call of Duty Release Confirmed!
The PS Vita is almost upon us and our palms are moistening at the prospect of getting to grips with our very own next gen… Read More »PS Vita Cash Back Scheme Begins with Amazon Japan – Also Portable’s 5 to 10 Year Western Plan & Call of Duty Release Confirmed!