Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by scotjimland, Sep 24, 2007.
MHF is now free .. check the home page
still over priced......lol
Do you think there will there be refunds ? :thumb:
hi still resticted zones on the dark side oh:
Looks to me that if you want to play Sudoku you still have to pay a tenner
not for me...my £ stays in my pocket as far as that place is concerned!!
now i wouldnt mind a tenner for this place .....:thumb:
i think some may want a refund..but i also think all is not as it seems..cause you still need to pay to access some area's am i correct......oh:
As far as I can see MHF has always been free to JOIN...But it cost (and it still does) £10 to subscribe.
so its not free then really eh!!!just clever wording ??
Nothing has changed at all over there all you get is what you always got for free 5 posts and thats your lot, you then cough up to carry on, Its his knee jerk reaction to the sucsess of this site, and an attempt to get google pick up on the free bit on the front page
The main differance between the 2 sites is Mh Fun is free, totaly free
The other free site is a Tenner a year
a bit of labour party spin then !!
Wonder what Trading Standards would say?
Probably nothing Linda, because its not really a trade, rather just a neat trick to get registrations. It will work against the site in the end because users will feel duped when they try to access the site crossword and can't unless they pay a tenner.
Its a big Con trick then
I cant imagine were he picked up such skills
I notice your welcome back was short lived Ray
Guess I made a mistake.. caught up in the spin . :Blush:
yep nothings changed there then got motorhomefun on the page for six minutes
then stew [ artona] throw the dummy out off the pram deleted it and my guest account
lifes too short
have i missed a bit of excitment here.................oh:oh:
always miss it....:shout:
Never having been an MHF subscriber I was intrigued to note where I went when typing www.motorhomefun.com by mistake!
Did they already have that URL or was it a reaction?
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