BuyVia App Reviews
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.
Competitors and Alternatives?
Customers who enjoy shopping and use their mobile app either to do it or to find and keep track of items have many different apps they can use, including those from ShopAdvisor, Shopkick, TopHatter.com and more.
If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your BuyVia App reviews below.
18 ‘BuyVia App’ Reviews
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
Taken money from my account . Never herd of the company. They refuse to give it back. Aggressive on the phone. It’s only £10 but it’s the principal. Complete SCAM!
Rip off merchants took 9.99 out of my bank. I haven't the faintest idea who they are!! After phoning them it seems I signed up to a subscription comparison site. If you see this company steer well clear and if you do use them DO NOT give them bank details!!
I have never heard of this company nor signed up to it and they taken £9.99 out of my bank account!!!
No idea how but they repeatedly try to take 9.99 and then refund it the same day. Really strange company.
They shouldn't have bank details. If someone can find out how they do it I'd be interested. All banks should know and block it.
Never have I heard of this company prior to £9.99 direct debit going from my bank account I never set up. I looked up their website to which you needed an email address to log in so thought I'd try mine since they were taking money from my bank