Hi, I've found a flaw in a retailers website.. It just requires you to enter items at certain points, applying discounts at those points. The jist of it is, the discounts get miscalculated. For some very odd and strange reason it gives you a huge reduction in the VAT. I received the credit agreement (As i want buy now pay later) last week and low and behold.. The item i purchased is a good £150-200 cheaper than you could buy anywhere else due to the reduction. (This is a £1000 product)... Quite a reduction i'm sure you'd agree, even more of one considering their prices are a little higher so it's more on the side of £250-300 reduction. If i was to pay right now over the phone, i'd of gotten the item for minus £250-300 than they actually sell it for. So quite a huge issue. I work in QA for blood analysis software, so i've got a nack for finding these type of issues. 1-2 years ago i managed to get around the Xbox Live Subscription, my vid was featured in the news on this website and many other places. (Showed it was possible but not how to do it) I was wondering, what do i do about it. I mean i'm tempted to contact them and inform them of the problem, but in such a way that i want payment for the problem before i hand over the issue . I mean, i've tested the issue.. Proved it's present. When i contacted Microsoft and helped them fixed their issue, not even so much as a free game for my help.. Even one of their devs couldn't believe they didn't reward me for my silence and help in the matter. So this time i'd like a little cash for my help - Not about to do someones job for them, in addition.. If i was in charge of QA there - This would of never happened . I mean i'm not liable, the bug is their fault and due to me having the credit agreement infront of it.. It's now legally binding. How would u lot recommend i go about trying to get some cashola for this..