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Hi all, I've bought the Xbox one s deal today but just wondering the best way to sell my Fifa code? eBay seems the best option but I was reading how you may get scammed from buyers? What can I do to a…
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5m, 3d agoPosted 5 months, 3 days ago
Hi all, I've bought the Xbox one s deal today but just wondering the best way to sell my Fifa code? eBay seems the best option but I was reading how you may get scammed from buyers? What can I do to avoid this? Thanks
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5m, 3d agoPosted 5 months, 3 days ago
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#1
you can get scammed -
never send code via message on ebay - always send the digital card on recorded mail so you have the tracking number.

i will pay 25 for it if you want a quick no hassle sale
#2
Sell it locally on Gumtree or Facebook.
#3
Thanks for the heads up, so by sending the card you will be insured?
#4
May sell the card with my old console...
#5
Post it here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/for-sale-trade/discussed

You'll easily get £30.
#6
dylansdoor11
Thanks for the heads up, so by sending the card you will be insured?
yes but only if sent by recorded post so you have proof of posting
#7
Hmm ok, may have to sell on here but I have no feedback?
#8
dylansdoor11
Hmm ok, may have to sell on here but I have no feedback?

Should be ok.

Ask buyer to pay first or only trade with a member with recent / high feedback. I assume latter is most likely.
#9
I have sold a few on Ebay and haven't been scammed on there as of yet. If you can get a sale on here than that maybe better, save on any fees etc..
#10
Caroline_1993
dylansdoor11
Thanks for the heads up, so by sending the card you will be insured?
yes but only if sent by recorded post so you have proof of posting
You can get proof of postage without needing to use recorded delivery; you may be thinking of proof of delivery, which is different (from proof of postage).

Edited By: Illusionary on Sep 22, 2016 23:56: x
#11
Illusionary
Caroline_1993
dylansdoor11
Thanks for the heads up, so by sending the card you will be insured?
yes but only if sent by recorded post so you have proof of posting
You can get proof of postage without needing to use recorded delivery; you may be thinking of proof of delivery, which is different.
proof of delivery is recorded post.
#12
Caroline_1993
Illusionary
Caroline_1993
dylansdoor11
Thanks for the heads up, so by sending the card you will be insured?
yes but only if sent by recorded post so you have proof of posting
You can get proof of postage without needing to use recorded delivery; you may be thinking of proof of delivery, which is different.
proof of delivery is recorded post.
Yes. You were referring in your earlier post to proof of postage.
#13
Caroline_1993
Illusionary
Caroline_1993
dylansdoor11
Thanks for the heads up, so by sending the card you will be insured?
yes but only if sent by recorded post so you have proof of posting
You can get proof of postage without needing to use recorded delivery; you may be thinking of proof of delivery, which is different.
proof of delivery is recorded post.

No digital codes on ebay either via post or email or text. They are not covered. Simples, regardless of how you sell or buy them.

Its a risk for buyer & seller & the result of the transaction is down to faith & honesty by both parties & having royal mail tracking is irrelevant
#14
Selling on here then!
#15
Thanks all
#16
Unsure what I'm selling for will list in coming days
#17
YouDontWantToKnow
Caroline_1993
Illusionary
Caroline_1993
dylansdoor11
Thanks for the heads up, so by sending the card you will be insured?
yes but only if sent by recorded post so you have proof of posting
You can get proof of postage without needing to use recorded delivery; you may be thinking of proof of delivery, which is different.
proof of delivery is recorded post.
No digital codes on ebay either via post or email or text. They are not covered. Simples, regardless of how you sell or buy them.
Its a risk for buyer & seller & the result of the transaction is down to faith & honesty by both parties & having royal mail tracking is irrelevant
sorry your wrong there
#18
ceres
Caroline_1993
dylansdoor11
Thanks for the heads up, so by sending the card you will be insured?
yes but only if sent by recorded post so you have proof of posting
There is no such animal as 'recorded post' and hasn't been for a very long time. The options are Special Delivery or Confirmed Signed For.
When you go into a post office and ask an for an item to be sent "2nd class recoreded delivery" they dont correct you and say "sorry do you mean "confirmed signed for".
Its always been know as recorded post and always will be.

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