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    http://www.turkishemporium.co.uk/
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    It would look a lot better if it said https
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    (Original post by miss_opinionated)
    http://www.turkishemporium.co.uk/
    No? Just a plain / placid website!
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    (Original post by miss_opinionated)
    http://www.turkishemporium.co.uk/
    Kinky by the way!!! :yes:
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    Domain name:
    turkishemporium.co.uk

    Registrant:
    The Turkish Emporium Ltd

    Trading as:
    The Turkish Emporium Ltd

    Registrant type:
    Unknown

    Registrant's address:
    30 Nene Parade
    March
    PE15 8TD
    United Kingdom

    Registrar:
    Maytech Communications Ltd [Tag = DATATEXT]

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    Registered on: 02-Jan-2007
    Renewal date: 02-Jan-2011
    Last updated: 11-Feb-2009
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    (Original post by Law-Undergrad)
    No? Just a plain / placid website!
    yh, but the what' disturbing is that all 3 reviews for this item sound the same: http://www.turkishemporium.co.uk/bel...7B1%7D233.html


    To the other person who said their is no http. Open your eys moron, there is.
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    Why don't you find out and let the rest of us know.

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    they aparantly have a london showroom... i know that could be faked, but by looking round the website, dont think it is
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    So this is the new way of advertising a site?
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    (Original post by miss_opinionated)
    yh, but the what' disturbing is that all 3 reviews for this item sound the same: http://www.turkishemporium.co.uk/bel...7B1%7D233.html


    To the other person who said their is no http. Open your eys moron, there is.
    dont call me a moron you moron. I said that there was no 's' on the end of the http. S stands for SECURE.
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    (Original post by miss_opinionated)
    yh, but the what' disturbing is that all 3 reviews for this item sound the same: http://www.turkishemporium.co.uk/bel...7B1%7D233.html


    To the other person who said their is no http. Open your eys moron, there is.
    He said https, different thing.
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    (Original post by morecambebay)
    dont call me a moron you moron. I said that there was no 's' on the end of the http. S stands for SECURE.
    Isn't https usually just reserved for the pages you enter when you're ordering something/typing in your credit card details? Amazon's front page isn't https etc etc
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    It says you can pay with paypal... so that method of payment is safe anyway.
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    (Original post by morecambebay)
    dont call me a moron you moron. I said that there was no 's' on the end of the http. S stands for SECURE.
    You're still a moron, you don't need HTTP secure for EVERY page, you only need it on payment pages. Seeing that they support paypal, they do use HTTP secure.
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    (Original post by dispenser'ere)
    You're still a moron, you don't need HTTP secure for EVERY page, you only need it on payment pages. Seeing that they support paypal, they do use HTTP secure.
    Oh look, another moron. I didnt say it was required did I? I said that it would look better if it had it.

    Paypal is VERY easy to con people with.
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    Amazon obviously trust it, if they're selling the stuff on they're website too.
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    (Original post by morecambebay)
    Oh look, another moron. I didnt say it was required did I? I said that it would look better if it had it.

    Paypal is VERY easy to con people with.
    No it wouldnt... HTTPS would just show the connection between you and the site was secure.. nothing to do with if its a scam or not :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by Idiot-Finder)
    No it wouldnt... HTTPS would just show the connection between you and the site was secure.. nothing to do with if its a scam or not :facepalm2:

    I just came back to read the thread. After reading his reply I was about to say sorry to the guy (you replied to) for calling him a moron until I read this :rofl:.I won't now. And, I guess I'll just take the gamble.
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    (Original post by morecambebay)
    Oh look, another moron. I didnt say it was required did I? I said that it would look better if it had it.

    Paypal is VERY easy to con people with.

    You were owned by idiot finder. I guess we're both' morons' now. You more so .
    Ciao.
 
 
 
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