not for me...my £ stays in my pocket as far as that place is concerned!!Do you think there will there be refunds ? :thumb:
well said....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
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.Wonder what Trading Standards would say?
have i missed a bit of excitment here.................oh:oh: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
Looks like a reaction to the REAL fun site
That's only the Updated Date, George.Am I right in thinking that this as only been purchased recently? as in the 11th September?
Hmm would that not be Cyber-squatting? ie have they intentionally broken the law by buying that domian?
A valid point Mike. Probably several different reasons why people don't pay the tenner, rather than the fact that it is paying out money.Guys, I've no axe to grind and am a contented reader and occasional poster on a number of motorhome sites. What I can't get my head round is the fact that anyone who has enough money to buy and run a motorhome should quibble about coughing up a tenner for something that's going to help them to get the most out of it.
Hi Mike, I agree completely, I paid my subscription more than once, no one forced me to and I never moaned about it, like you I thought it good value for money. However I understand for some its not about having the money, its more about the principle of paying for a resource that in many ways they already own, because of their contributions to it.Guys, I've no axe to grind and am a contented reader and occasional poster on a number of motorhome sites. What I can't get my head round is the fact that anyone who has enough money to buy and run a motorhome should quibble about coughing up a tenner for something that's going to help them to get the most out of it.
It's great that this and other sites are free, it's also fine with me that some make a small charge. I may stand to be corrected in the fullness of time, but I really can't see anyone making a living, let alone a fortune, out of running a motorhome forum.
Anyway, I thought there was a no moaning rule here?