I Wish I Hadn’t

 A few months ago, a friend introduced me to Wish (although I think I’d seen adverts for it pop up on my Facebook feed at various points).

My friend had bought a horse mask (don’t ask because I don’t know) from Wish via their mobile app so I had a look, only to find that you can buy most things you’d need to buy and just as many things which were completely unnecessary but which you (me) may buy anyway. Best of all, the stuff on Wish is very cheap.
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Technical Issues. Possibly.

Technical ResponseSometimes, websites break or need tweaking which isn’t usually too much of an issue as long as regular backups are made. I found this out the hard way but since my previous mistake, Ninja Hedgehog is backed-up regularly and automatically. This means that in theory, I should be able to have Ninja Hedgehog back up and running very quickly should it all go tits-up. continue reading

Leading Figure

Investment Rip-OffThe rear sections of newspapers are becoming ever more infested with adverts for organisations who want to claim something back on your behalf; whether it be mis-sold PPI or compensation for something which was probably your fault anyway.

The other day, there was a particularly large advert which stood out. As was intended by the giant advert, it piqued my attention enough for me to actually have a read, even though I knew I didn’t want to. continue reading

NatNo to SEO

NatYesNatWest, the helpful bank, have recently launched the NatYes campaign for their mortgage products and claim that they say “yes” to 9 out of 10 mortgage applications. This is great news for many of those who are struggling to get on the property ladder. In the campaign TV advertisements, we’re asked to search online for NatYes. continue reading

Unsubscribing from Email

Unsubscribing from EmailI’m very careful about the boxes I tick when I’m signing up to a new service or for a new product. I’m usually so careful, I even notice the boxes that need to be ticked so that I don’t receive promotional material or sales gumph from carefully selected third parties. continue reading