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New Website Launch Sale - 2TB HDD $100, S5 Covers $35, Up 24 $110, Jabra Rox $85 @ Market Deals

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NEW WEBSITE LAUNCH SALE

Heaps of Specials.

2TB Portable USB3.0 HDDs $100
Original S5 Sview covers $35
Jawbone Up 24 $110
Jabra Rox $85.00
Plantronics Fit $95
and so much more. New items are getting added as we speak

Flatrate $4.90 Postage anywhere in australia.

Otherwise pickup from Our Tullamarine Warehouse

Related Stores

MarketDeals.com.au
MarketDeals.com.au

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  • Shop name in title might help ;)

  • Oops! Posted comment in the wrong deal…

  • It's not flat rate postage to anywhere in Australia.

    Postage to 5095 came up at $5.39.

    Fix it please OP, was gonna get the 2TB HDD

  • The plantronics back beat and jabra wireless headphones look a good price.

  • hi rep, can you do a deal on 500gb hdd's ?

  • any chance of a 'bulk deal' OP - say I want to buy x5 of something ?

    • +1 vote

      depends what your after. inbox me.

  • Op,
    JABRA SPORT WIRELESS BLUETOOTH HEADSET
    Is this the wireless+ model? Google always come up with plus…or this is old model?
    Edit I think this is the old one, battery isn't good. Pass…

    Anyone know in their store, which sport bluetooth is good (quality and price. Thanks) maybe plantronic.?

  • Does the HDD have local warranty?

  • Tony,

    Why do you require a date of birth - and why in the USA date format?

    Why no security on the payment page when entering/sending credit card info?

    Also, why no PayPal? Fees would be the same as for CC payment anyway.

    Thanks.

    • +3 votes

      www.marketdeals.com.au uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate expired on 2/03/2014 10:59. The current time is 9/08/2014 20:32.

      If it's a new website, why is the security cert on it five months out of date? Looks like they bought it in March 2013.

      (Yes, I get that they might not be using it; it still seems odd to have it on there, and to have bought it so long ago for a site opening today)

      • +2 votes

        Haven't put a credit card in there yet, but can confirm it's sending username and password back and forth without encryption. I.E. They're not really protecting your personal details.

        I'd recommend not ordering from them until they get that fixed.

        • Haven't put a credit card in there yet, but can confirm it's sending username and password back and forth without encryption. I.E. They're not really protecting your personal details.

          May I add, it is likely not just that info - username and password. Also probably the date of birth, phone number, credit card info., etc. etc.

          I'd recommend not ordering from them until they get that fixed.

          Seconded.

          I guess we should give him time to finish his dinner and get back to his PC?

      • Their privacy notice is a little short, too:
        http://www.marketdeals.com.au/shop/index.php?main_page=priva...

        Privacy Sample Text …
        This section of text is from the Define Pages Editor located under Tools in the Admin.
        To remove this section of the text, delete it from the Define Pages Editor.

  • no Paypal ?? site looks fishy to me…

    • no Paypal ?? site looks fishy to me…

      CC without (that is, not via PayPal) would be OK - IF THERE WERE SOME SECURITY.

      • got a welcome email from them, gmail marked it as "Unknown Sender". So guys be careful.

        • Well that could be due to them being new right? Just saying.

        • @chid:

          Well that could be due to them being new right? Just saying.

          As user 'jong' pointed out in a comment above:-

          "If it's a new website, why is the security cert on it five months out of date? Looks like they bought it in March 2013."

  • One has to wonder why the home page
    http://www.marketdeals.com.au/shop/index.php
    Features an Apple iPad with free engraving,
    an iPhone 4S,
    and an Apple iMac.

  • OP/Rep Mr Tony Huynh,

    Where are you?

    Please reassure us.

  • +2 votes
    • interesting

      Very. Why did he continually lie about collecting and remitting GST? Never registered for GST.

      Now I can see my old comments - which I still cant remember :)

      From your link it would appear that he de-registers and then re-registers as a Sole Trader - perhaps to avoid GST registration?
      Also, it appears that he has no right to have registered the MarketDeals.com.au domain.

      and

      The site was registered using ABN: 61 848 260 174 - However, that ABN is for a Sole Trader with only Perfume Paradise as a Trading Name.

      Latest Extract for ABN: 61 848 260 174

      Entity name From To
      HUYNH, ANTHONY 29 Nov 2003 (current)
      ABN Status From To
      Active 12 Jul 2014 (current)
      Cancelled 10 Aug 2010 12 Jul 2014
      Active 10 Aug 2009 10 Aug 2010
      Cancelled 03 Nov 2008 10 Aug 2009
      Active 29 Nov 2003 03 Nov 2008
      Entity type
      Individual/Sole Trader
      Goods & Services Tax (GST) From To
      No current or historical GST registrations
      Main business location From To
      VIC 3043 17 Jul 2014 (current)
      VIC 3034 16 Jan 2014 17 Jul 2014
      VIC 3034 02 May 2005 16 Jan 2014
      VIC 3011 29 Nov 2003 02 May 2005
      Trading name(s)help Trading name From To
      PERFUME PARADISE 02 May 2005 (current)
      ABN last updated: 08 Aug 2014
      Record extracted: 09 Aug 2014

    • "Possibly Used" DVD's
      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/39225

      Seriously? LOL

  • Omg… I almost bought…
    Seems fishy

  • Buyer beware. No security for credit card information.

  • +1 vote

    2TB Portable USB3.0 HDDs $100

    too cheap.

    no where in Oz (or on Ozbargain) has a 2TB Portable USB3.0 HDD been amount.

    even the occasional Amazon deal, at best, is au$100.

  • Your privacy is fully ignored on this website: Absolutely pathetic:

    PRIVACY NOTICE

    Privacy Sample Text …
    This section of text is from the Define Pages Editor located under Tools in the Admin.
    To remove this section of the text, delete it from the Define Pages Editor.

  • buyer beware

  • When I first saw this deal it reminded me of the CompleteBaby debacle. But I thought I was being overly cynical.

  • Lots of bad rep from previous deals, plus lack of encryption on website.

  • RIP marketdeals

  • https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/104134

    This ad needs to go before more people get suckered in

  • I think this trader is going to get banned from OzBargain.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks guys, I have taken my Plus vote away. Sounds a suss dealer.

  • Check previous comments I made…liar and scammer

  • I bought the HDD with my master debit card..what should I do now?

    • +2 votes

      I did the same and noticed that the purchase was still Pending (go to My Account to check). I then emailed them to cancel the order and called NAB (my bank) to cancel my mastercard and reissue a new one.

      It's up to you.

    • I bought the HDD

      The Seagate 2TB Portable?

      I see that it has been removed from his site.

      Does your invoice include (itemise) the GST component?

      • It included GST

        To be safe got Commbank to cancel my card

        • tm87
          It included GST

          Interesting. He has never registered for GST since he started five years ago. How can he collect GST?

      • I thought I read that if the item disappears off the site then he is sold out - maybe I read it on an older post.

  •  

    Interesting that OP posts the deal and "new website launch" and then never bothers to login to check how things are going.

    • Interesting that OP posts the deal and "new website launch" and then never bothers to login to check how things are going.

      He must of had a 'big' night - still recovering.

  • Thank god for price match at office works :)

  • Non responsive REP/OP.

    Those that did order, and have not cancelled, what has happened?

    Has your card been charged/debited?

    Anyone's order shipped?