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      Bid was owned by Sit-Up limited but now been taken over by Lean-Forward limited so either they're the same company, in which case alarm bells should be ringing or Lean-Forward have a very odd sense of humour.


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      Quote Originally Posted by shopperholic View Post
      Bid was owned by Sit-Up limited but now been taken over by Lean-Forward limited so either they're the same company, in which case alarm bells should be ringing or Lean-Forward have a very odd sense of humour.
      They are not now owned by lean Forward the new bid is owned by Daily Sport's Grant Mille. Lean Forward have no connection to Bid TV they own Wincashlive.

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      Quote Originally Posted by steveh31 View Post
      They are not now owned by lean Forward the new bid is owned by Daily Sport's Grant Mille. Lean Forward have no connection to Bid TV they own Wincashlive.
      Doesn't it seem odd though that a company called "Lean forward" take over "Sit up" studios, sit up/lean forward, no it definitely sounds dodgy to me http://www.a516digital.com/2015/09/b...rom-ashes.html

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      Quote Originally Posted by shopperholic View Post
      Doesn't it seem odd though that a company called "Lean forward" take over "Sit up" studios, sit up/lean forward, no it definitely sounds dodgy to me http://www.a516digital.com/2015/09/b...rom-ashes.html
      Lean Forward are the same people who owned Sit Up Andy Hodgson & Co, the original owners of Bid tv in 2000 not the owners who went bust, sit up was sold to Virgin who sold it on. So Lean Forward are just the same people from original company.

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      Honestly, they treat the viewers as though they are dim as a dark night. Those "before" and "after" shots are a total joke, how they have the nerve to think people swallow it - surely there can't be many about who do? Perfume Pete has supposedly used so much of the age-defying malarkey he should look about 3 years old by now.



      Quote Originally Posted by steveh31 View Post
      Hahaha I just turned on they did a before/after pic of Sherlock in the before he frowned in after he smiled. tut nothing like trying to fake the product.
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      Quote Originally Posted by steveh31 View Post
      Bizarrely Bid tv twitter says today they will be online during the christmas rush they are going live end of November by the time they get the first orders out it will be December hardly at the height of the buying season is it, more like last minute rush.
      What could possibly go wrong...

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      Quote Originally Posted by historymystery View Post
      Honestly, they treat the viewers as though they are dim as a dark night. Those "before" and "after" shots are a total joke, how they have the nerve to think people swallow it - surely there can't be many about who do? Perfume Pete has supposedly used so much of the age-defying malarkey he should look about 3 years old by now.
      He acts like it standing there picking his nails and grinning like a kid in a candy shop

      Do you notice that with the before and after pics they never show the full face, just the eye area. If they did, I doubt you'd see any difference at all. As it is, just in showing the affected area alone, there's barely any difference. All this whooping about looking 15 years younger, ha! who are they kidding?

      He said you only need a tiny bit. The 'bit' he slopped round his eye would cover a slice of bread!........from a large loaf
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      Bidtv DO NOT employ peter simon please, the man's weird beyond belief. John Scott would be perfect for the main presenter. Come on john scott sign up here we know you read the forum join in. I bet lbc steve allen read's this forum too.
      Main Presenter's should be: John Scott, Paul Ross, Terry tibbs, Greg Scott, Lisa brash, Marina berry.
      Presenters not wanted: Peter Smon, Peter Sherlock, Gemma smallpage.
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      Oh no I reckon they should get some new, fresh presenters, not old scammers who'd sell their granny for 50p if the company asked them to.......and they probably would.
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      Momma, he ignores the fact that he's got previous for doing this; faux shock and amazement at "what it's done for my skin", pics flashed up on screen, and quite frankly it's always the same - never shown full face, frowning in the 'before' short, big smile and smoothed out forehead in the 'after' shot. It's Bid returned to haunt us. The only way you would get the bags and lines on your face to vanish completely (without surgery, of course) would be to pull everything upwards (ooh, er, missus!) and then superglue the loose skin to the top of your head. That's a thought: perhaps he had a big lump of superglue on the top of his head - was he able to move his lips to speak, by any chance?

      Quote Originally Posted by Mommabear View Post
      He acts like it standing there picking his nails and grinning like a kid in a candy shop

      Do you notice that with the before and after pics they never show the full face, just the eye area. If they did, I doubt you'd see any difference at all. As it is, just in showing the affected area alone, there's barely any difference. All this whooping about looking 15 years younger, ha! who are they kidding?

      He said you only need a tiny bit. The 'bit' he slopped round his eye would cover a slice of bread!........from a large loaf
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