Our systems verify your identity during customer support and the first step is to log into your account. Once logged in, use the support menu at the top of the site you purchased from. If you cannot log in, we can still help.
For instance, on MorningSave, here is the support link:
I thought the VMP membership would allow me to buy more of Tuesday’s item because it didn’t sell out? I’m not able to do it because it says I have already purchased items, which I have. I guess I don’t understand the perk of having this membership?
@williespen This is highly doubtful. These are heavily discounted products, bought in bulk from manufacturers and distributors in need of cash. Literature is not a part of the deal, and by the time you’d received it the product will be sold out, forever. Customer service is for defective products and shipping problems only. There are no returns for “didn’t like it” or buyers remorse. That’s why they’re cheap.
Consumers have to learn that with low prices they have to give up the service and support they’ve become used to. Walmart and the like killed the Mom and Pop personal service stores, the Amazons are doing the same with brick and mortar stores, and the China e-tailers are killing the “middleman” e-tailers and distributors like Horizon/Tower Hobby. As they go belly-up, their remaining stock is bought up by the Meh’s…who push it through at dirt-low prices. BTW, I’m not an employee of Meh, but have purchased over a hundred plus items since they’ve come online, and did the same with their precursor, Woot. It’s a fun buying experience and their limited service has always been excellent. Don’t like the product? There’s OfferUp, LetGo, eBay, Craigslist and others you can sell the product. Break the product? Out of warrantee? Usually the companies are defunct, and if so, there won’t be service or replacement parts, so…it’s a paperweight.
It’s a different world, williespen…and part of that world is to NEVER give out personal information like addresses, either home or email, in forums. At best they’ll be harvested and junk info will fill your inboxes, at worst you could be in for identity theft of varying levels.
Try it out, being a retail vulture It can can be a lot of fun…Morningsave and it’s parent site Meh.com is a good place to start. Best wishes!
@vera52 any membership type can be canceled at morningsave.com/membership/cancel then scroll down and click the “Cancel Membership” button. It doesn’t appear that you are a Member though so that page may not work for you, if not and you are being charged monthly then Customer Support is your only option.
Customer Support will get back to you if you wrote in, they do work standard business hours M-F