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Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker 4-Pack $49 + Free Shipping @netontherun

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Just got this e-mail as a promotion and it looks like a killer deal. From what I can see the lowest I have found these is $69 so $49+ free shipping sounds great.

Info: Tile Mate easily loops onto key chains or attaches to anything you don't want to lose so you can find it fast. Compatible with Apple iOS and Android devices with Bluetooth 4.0. Contains a battery that is designed to last at least one year while giving you maximum performance.

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That looks like a good price on an interesting product.
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Anyone ever shop from this site? Reviews seem to be nonexistent on Google
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Great deal but unfortunately it's a scam site. Come on, notr.clickfunnels.com? Total scam, do not buy!
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From manufacturer:
"Tiles are meant to make life easier and less stressful. With that in mind, Tile's non-replaceable battery will last one year with zero charging required. After a year, you can replace your old Tiles with new ones for a special community-member price."
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I bought one of these as a gift for my sister last year. The battery still works but the deivce in the app on her iphone says something along the lines of being active for only 1 year. She would have to purchase a new one to continue the service.

Kind of a lame pricing model they aren't upfront about.
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She would have to purchase a new one to continue the service. Kind of a lame pricing model they aren't upfront about.
in my experience, despite the warnings, mine continue to work until the battery dies.
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So whats the consensus? Not sure if Legit?
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Edit - I can't speak to the authenticity of this reseller. My post is about Tile and similar products...

I've had these for several years. The non-replaceable battery is technically replaceable - if you are handy. There are guides on youtube. I'm unsure if you can replace it to the point of the tile button (on the device itself) still being pressable to find your phone though.

You may also consider Trackr(spelling?)... It has a replaceable battery, but I've seen a number of reviews say theirs failed within a few months. I can't speak to the build quality, but replaceable batteries are definitely a plus in my book.

Finally, Aldi and some other local stores may sell something with a basic name similar to "key finder"... which is a similar idea to tile. The batteries are replaceable, and the whole thing was maybe $6 to $7. One of my family members has it, but I am unsure if it has issues unpairing... nor if you can always leave the transmitter "on" without issue.

Just saying there are alternate options. This is definitely cheaper than MSRP, and ~$13 a year is honestly a small price to pay anyway for reducing the chance of losing your few hundred dollar phone, keys, purse, wallet, etc... I don't *need* it, but a number of older people I work with definitely do
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in my experience, despite the warnings, mine continue to work until the battery dies.
Anytime she tries to use the features to find her device it pops up that message Frown
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Anyone ever shop from this site? Reviews seem to be nonexistent on Google
I bit. Checkout us through Shopify. Unfortunately only payment method is credit card. It's gonna suck if I have to cancel that card due to fraud.
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I tried to research the site... It apparently uses maybe two services for making and hosting a website. The first is that clickfunnels thing that's in the link (the "notr" bit seems to specify the tile "deal" page)... And the second service is found on the bottom of the page in this link.

I don't know, it seems really strange to me that someone would go through the trouble of using two premade website services to sell Tile - for the regular sale price.

I guess it's possible it could be a scam. I don't think the creators of Tile would go through the trouble of doing this, since they could just have the sale on their site directly... And they wouldn't have a profit cut by having to pay other companies for this temporary site

I don't know, it's really weird I think. Even eBay would be less shady than this. I just don't see a way that a legit 3rd party could be profiting from this, since tile has literally not been cheaper than this. Maybe Tile is using this website to sell out their excess stock?
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I'm not sure about this site but I've bought an iPhone from Net On the Run before and they are a legit T-Mobile re-seller.
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The brand is real for Net On the Run, but the website is clearly a fraud. Almost the same price on ebay for damaged box but new. I bit on eBay.
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The brand is real for Net On the Run, but the website is clearly a fraud. Almost the same price on ebay for damaged box but new. I bit on eBay.

Why "clearly" a fraud? What are the tell-tale signs?
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