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Belkin F9K1002AU N300 Wireless N Router NBN Powered $9.90 C&C or + Delivery @ Device Deal

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Belkin F9K1002AU N300 Wireless N Router - NBN Powered for $9.90 only. Offer ends tonight 11:59 PM - DeviceDeal Deal of the day!
THIS IS A ROUTER ONLY - NO MODEM IS INCLUDED.

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  • +2 votes

    Deceptive conduct/pricing.

    Was $19 before this deal. NOT $39 like they claim.

    Also, has been $29 delivered on their eBay store since April last year. They are just pulling numbers out of their ass to make you think you're getting a super deal.

      • +7 votes

        No it has NEVER been for that price before and you should offer evidence instead of defaming an Australian business without any proof.

        $39 is the RRP and we did NOT say it was $39 yesterday!!

        If $39 is the RRP then please explain the crossed out $59 price.

        • -4 votes

          So can't you see that the $19 on 22nd Feb is a discounted price expiring in 5 days? Which we have further discounted another $10?
          Or is there any consumer law that prevents us from doing further discounts? or do you think it is deceitful to discount the product twice?

          This product has NEVER been sold for $19 as a pre-deal price as you stated: "Was $19 before this deal. NOT $39 like they claim."

        • -3 votes

          keep searching, when you find this $19 as the non-discounted price, only then you can reply. other than that you are trolling an Australian business.

          • +5 votes

            @DeviceDeal: Regular price is $29 delivered on your eBay store. Take away delivery costs and you're more or less left with $19 for the unit itself. From what I can see you have been trying to clear this stock at that price for quite some time now.

            You have nothing to say about the crossed out $59 price?

            If the RRP is $39 then why does it say "SAVE $ 49.10 AUD (83%)"

            https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/prices-surcharges-receipts...

            What are misleading prices?

            Misleading prices may include:

            • a ‘before’, ‘was’ or ‘strike through’ price that is not the price those items were sold for in a reasonable period immediately before the sale period started
            • a ‘before’, ‘was’ or ‘strike through’ price where only a limited proportion of sales were at the higher price in a reasonable period immediately before the sale period started
            • ‘savings’ or ‘discount’ statements when compared to the recommended retail price (RRP), but the goods have never been sold at the RRP or the RRP does not reflect a current market price.

            Businesses may also mislead consumers about prices if they:

            • promote a ‘sale’ or ‘special’ price which is not in fact a temporary sale price, thus creating an unwarranted sense of urgency to make an immediate purchase
            • -4 votes

              @kamoi: When we used to sell for any other price, we still used to charge for delivery. So reducing the price does NOT mean we are earning the same price. I didn't think I needed to explain that because any one would have understood it!

              The sale period started with other discounted prices and we further discounted to the best price $9.90.. WHY DIDN'T YOUR RESEARCH FIND A $9.90 PRICE BEFORE?

              The $9.90 is a temporary price and is going to expire tonight at 11:59 pm.

              • +2 votes

                @DeviceDeal:

                When we used to sell for any other price, we still used to charge for delivery. So reducing the price does NOT mean we are earning the same price. I didn't think I needed to explain that because any one would have understood it!

                You misunderstand.

                What I'm saying is that your regular price of $29 delivered on eBay is more or less the same as your regular price of $19 on the website + shipping.

                $19 is the price that you appear to be always selling this for. If it's always on 'sale' for $19 then that's no longer a sale. That's your regular price.

                WHY DIDN'T YOUR RESEARCH FIND A $9.90 PRICE BEFORE?

                Maybe you've never sold it for $9.90 before?
                I don't know, but that's completely irrelevant to the point I was making. Point being deceptive conduct/pricing.

                $59 is the RRP (I was wrong when I said $39 was)

                When was the last time you sold it at RRP?

                • -3 votes

                  @kamoi: No this is not deceptive conduct/pricing and you can email ACCC and ask them yourself.
                  For your information, if we do deceptive pricing, all our competitors would have reported that long ago.

                  • +2 votes

                    @DeviceDeal:

                    No this is not deceptive conduct/pricing and you can email ACCC and ask them yourself.

                    You have not sold this at RRP for at least 2 years yet you are advertising it as SAVE $ 49.10 AUD (83%)

                    According to the ACCC link I posted above this is misleading pricing.

                    For your information, if we do deceptive pricing, all our competitors would have reported that long ago.

                    Why do you think that's something they would do?
                    Is it because that's the first thing you would think of doing if you ever saw your competitors doing something like this?

                    • -3 votes

                      @kamoi: you have posted 5 detailed comments or more and these comments included data digging, screenshots and research, you have put so much time and effort here just to prove your point of view which is our pricing is not ACCC compliant by quoting ACCC website and links.
                      Commonsense: a person who does all this, would rather complain us to ACCC directly, and they would defenitely do something if you are correct… but you won't do that, simply because your claims are not correct.

            • -4 votes

              @kamoi: $59 is the RRP (I was wrong when I said $39 was)
              $39 is the SRP
              19$ was a discounted price and again I confirm this price has never been offered for $19 and you could NOT prove I am wrong about that.
              $9.90 is a further discounted price which is 100% legal and call ACCC if you have any issues understaing the pricing structure.

              • +1 vote

                @DeviceDeal:

                $59 is the RRP (I was wrong when I said $39 was)

                $39 is the SRP

                RRP - Recommended Retail Price

                SRP - Suggested Retail Price

                Aren't those just two different ways of saying the same thing? Or does SRP mean something else to you?

  • +3 votes

    Discontinued product + $14 shipping = No Deal

    • -3 votes

      you are more than welcome to come and pick up from our premises for free!!
      Also our shipping is only for $8.9
      $14 is for express shipping, so it's not honest to say that shipping is for $14

  • +1 vote

    its a trap!!

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    Would be a bit of fun with dd-wrt if you can pick up.

  • +5 votes

    ^LOL
    Why are you guys abusing the OP.

  • +1 vote

    In what way is it "NBN" powered? If it doesn't have a modem attached to it it doesn't interact with the NBN in any way at all.

    NBN is level 2, this router will be all level 3 (and higher) traffic outside of the LAN.

  • +1 vote

    I need something to fill a pothole in my driveway, how big are these?

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    This is a scam.

  • +1 vote

    You do realise OP that you are here abusing the same people you are marketing to?

    • +5 votes

      "..you have got a problem.." - do you think that you will sell anything here if you behave towards your potential customers in this manner? Mate this is not FB, this is a website for deals, if it is not a deal you will get smashed by the community, which you are right now. You should read up on the rules and be more humble with your attitude. Again, in case you didnt get it - this is not a selling website !!! :)

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        Thanks for your commment and your respectful attitude.
        Regarding the deal, being a "deal" or not, this price is the cheapest in Australia, and not a single person of those who did negative comments discussed that.. only debates regarding the history of the pricing, or just disrespectful comments without any explanation such as someone saying "this is a trap" and another saying "this is scam" and another saying "I need something to fill a pothole in my driveway, how big are these?" etc…

        If you think I have got a problem because I am posting the cheapest price for a product as a deal, and getting this type of feedback, and you don't like the fact I am replying with a much less aggressive approach than the original comments, then that's not fair.

        All I expect is a more reasonable feedback and respectful and civilised criticism, not the sample of comments mentioned above.

        Thanks again for your advise anyway.

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