I had a lot of issues with their site and Firefox last year (extremely slow load times, wouldn't let me add bits to cart, couldn't purchase when logged in but could from "guest", etc... Just generally buggy AF. Haven't bothered with them much this year but the site is working for me currently (still a little slow to load).Anyone else using Firefox having trouble with MTB Direct?
I have my cart full ready to puchase but now all MTBD pages are opening blank and I don't want to lose all the stuff in my cart by using a different browser (seems to open on MS Edge)
**** Buggy, but got there in the end. Your concern has been duly noted and will be forever and deeply appreciated. Go fuck yourself.
Nah, never make accounts, just purchase as a guest. Makes me feel like a big man.Were you logged in to your account? The cart automatically saves and transfers if you were...
Almost certainly not unless you like constant marketing emails, or going back through your order history to remind yourself how reckless your MTB spending is.Are there any reasons for or benefits to making accounts with the multitude of different websites we all purchase from these days?
Theres not really any benefits anymore, some sites do have discounts when you spend a certain amount you get X amount in credit.Nah, never make accounts, just purchase as a guest. Makes me feel like a big man.
Are there any reasons for or benefits to making accounts with the multitude of different websites we all purchase from these days?
Yep, that's my reasoning - not so much about the govt, but security and privacy in general.Given how easy some of these databases are to gain access to and then correlate details with other things for a 'social check' as its called in the Govt, I don't think its worth being a member in most cases as security seems to be lacking.
Bringing this thread back from the dead.
I ordered a RockShox Deluxe Nude RLC3 165x40 from them on the 26th November and it arrived today.
Not the cheapest but the only store I could find that would deliver this shock to Australia and I didn't want to use a freight forwarder.