About BuyVia App
The BuyVia App is the mobile application from website BuyVia.com, which says that their goal is to help make you "a smarter shopper" by giving you all the tools and resources you need to find the best deals.
How Does It Work?
According to their website, BuyVia wants to help you find the best deals on the best products. To do this, they provide you with a wide variety of tools, including expert reviews which will tell you what products are worth buying and what they can be used for, and informs you about the top Daily Deals which have been acquired from more than 15 different sites and will be rated using their Quality Score.
This app also lets you quickly search for the lowest price on any item, and set up either email alerts or push notifications for when an item falls in price. This app also keeps track of barcodes you scan, searches you perform, and deals you view.
Currently this mobile app is free to both download and use. The website doesn't mention any paid features or upgrades.
This mobile app is available for iOS and Android smartphone and tablet operating systems at this time.
Since the BuyVia App is a free app to both use and download they do not offer a Refund or Guarantee Policy. Customers who have issues with products they have found or purcased with BuyVia must contact the retailer directly to deal with those problems.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to speak to their Customer Service team about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by submitting them directly to their website through their Contact Us link.
In general BuyVia gets positive reviews from both independent reviewers and their users, who report that this application genuinely does help keep them organized and save money when shopping.
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35 ‘BuyVia App’ Reviews
Takes direct debits from people's bank accounts with no permission. Report then to your bank fraud team for a refund and report them to the ombudsman. Awful liars.
I noticed they have been taking a direct debit of £10 for 4 months!
I never authorized this and I'm assuming its from when I badly needed a short term loan (due to losing my job in the pandemic) and the audacity to take money of people who are short in money and looking for loans is the most disgusting thing I've ever seen!
I have told my bank and raised a dispute, if I didn't notice they would have carried on taking money out of my account. That £40 they took over a 4 month period could have gone to something useful considering it was during pandemic and I was living on my savings.
Really dodgy crooks linked to cashasap a short term loan company who gather your information including bank details then pass details to these low life’s who then setup direct debit without your knowledge
I find it extremely worrying with a tiny sprinkle of hilarity thrown in that this is apparently allowed to happen so easily and apparently "above the law".
Considering the times we've gone through recently I checked for a quick loan once out of desperation, I took nothing but ended up being subscribed to 3 different companies on a monthly basis without even realizing! I figured that because I was just checking for a loan, out of curiosity at this stage, and taking it no further I did the classic thing of not checking the already automatically ticked boxes at the bottom of every page.
Fast forward to now. Literally needed a couple of hundred for a couple of days, had no other choice but to get a payday loan. Got it sorted but, through every single step I made sure I checked those tick boxes to be sure I hadn't inadvertently subscribed to some daft credit company. Satisficed I hadn't, I went on my way with my Mafia style interest rates loan. Only to see on my bank account not too long after, £10 from these d!ckheads? Go to their website, try to e-mail, write the complaint, and all it does when you press send is send to a page saying "send us a message".
I can only think it is connect to a company called "https://consents.online/". I'm sure they are the ones you need to keep an eye on because they are the ones that forced me to give them access to my bank account before a small loan would be paid out.
How this sh!t is legal in this day and age is beyond me. If I didn't have a soul I'd find a way of getting in that action because it's got to be the easiest money going. I'm careful with everything I do on the internet yet I was apparently naïve to somehow let this one slip through the cracks.
I noticed a £10.00 direct debit come from my bank account. I had never even heard of buyvia until I saw them on my bank statement.
The company have somehow set up a direct debit from my account without me knowing.
JUST NOTICED A DIRECT DEBIT SET UP ON MY ACCOUNT FROM THESE RATS I HAD TO GOOGLE THE COMPANY NAME AS IVE NEVER HEARD OF THEM NEVER MIND SET UP A DIRECT DEBIT JEEZOO!!
They fraudulently set up a direct debit on my account which I noticed and cancelled.
Just noticed a new direct debit set up for £9.99 from buyvia.co.uk
They were going to take the money on 27th July but I just stopped the payment and cancelled the direct debit before it's taken! Utter craps!
took 9.99 out of my bank never heard of them and never gave them my details. will report to police dirty scamming crooks
I have never heard of this company but £9.99 has been taken from my bank account I’ve never seen that site in my life and they’ve set up a direct debit scamming craps
Just rwcognised on my banking online the £9.99 was taken and i know nothing about ant new direct debit.
Stealing people money .
Im a single mum , that £10 i would be happy to buy my child sweets /and a specialy during the corona virus Financial crisis, every penny matter.
I don't understand how come after so many complsins this scam is not prosecuted and still feel free to robe people?
If someone go shop and steal something for £10 or £1, it will be charged for stealing ,which is right, but if someone steal money from bank is remain free and continue crime?
I spoke with my bank who helped me out and warned that websites like loaning sites will use your data even if you say no. They advised me to check my bank regularly to make sure they didn't retake that payment.
They are so nasty, its gross to be stealing money more so in such a hard time.
Noticed 9.99 go from my bank account
I noticed buyvia next to transaction
So I investigated only to find out this company has clearly obtained my bank details fraudulently and signed me up to something I knew nothing about
I called buyvia customer servies , à uneducated women answer with a screaming child in the background , refused to refund and cut the call off
I have since sorted a refund from the bank and changed my bank card details
I hope this company gets found out for what they are
Dirty , filthy , robbing bastards ! Scum !
Trying to take 9.99 from me? What for who are they? And how they get my bank details? On phone to bank now!
They did the same to me.. I had my review blocked on trust pilot. I'm the same as every one else. No idea how they got my details. They also sent me an email to ask for more details to locate my account. I did message them back and told them They have no chance on getting any other details from me after taking unauthorised money from my account. My bank was great and got money back but its very unsettling that they have been able to do this
absolute scam website taking £9.99 direct debit never heard of them low lives and also trust pilot hiding there hundreds of bad reviews whats the point jn being a review site if u block all the bad reviews TRUST PILOT why protect a scam site SHAME ON YOU people are being ripped off u punks dnt trust "trust" pilot
Today went on my bank to find a company I had never heard of and certainly never signed up to had setup a direct debit, really how do people like this get away with it and until
Now never heard of them, never had a email or call or anything, it seems when your going online for quotes on insurance, loans etc someone must sell your details
And bank details to them, currently being investigated by the fraud dept of my bank.If you check Trust Pilot reviews they have reported everyone one of them so no one can read about them. I would like to
say avoid but I had never heard of them until seen it on my bank today.
They took £9.99 out of my account which I did not authorise the bank are refunding me they are scammers