New approved ghd online retailer Bell & Bell are currently selling there ghd IV Stylers at a record-breaking low price of £77.95. Prices for the old IV Series continue to fall lower than ever and are much lower than their equivilent Gold Series equivilents (which still linger arount the £99) but to be honest if you just need a great hair styling iron the ghd IV Styler could be your best bet
I thought I would just do a quick search in Google to gauge the state of the fake ghd business in 2012 and I was pleasantly surprised. I could only find one obviously fake ghd site on the first couple of pages for the search terms “ghd” and “ghds” which is good compared to a year ago. There a lots of:
“In response to a complaint we received under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we have removed ‘x’ result(s) from this page. If you wish, you may read the DMCA complaint that caused the removal(s) at …..
Which indicates the remnants of fake ghd websites removed from Google’s search results, so it looks as if Google have finally got their act together. Unfortunately the same can not be said for Yahoo or Bing – each have over a dozen fake sites come up for the same search terms on just the first two pages. Here is some more info on fake ghds.
Here are screen grabs of the front pages of some of the fake ghd sites currently prominent in the search engine results:
Look like quite nice sites don’t they? They are all claiming to sell ghds from £40-60. Don’t be fooled.
If you buy from these web sites what you would really be getting is, at best, some cheap and nasty, poor performing straightening irons that either will not heat up enough or get too hot and burn your hair and eventually stop working after a few months. Or at worst a dangerous electrical appliance which has never passed any UK safety tests and could catch fire or even electrocute you. To be sure you are getting genuine ghds buy them from ghd approved retailers only.