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LG G6 £512.99 E £512.99 Global Central

£512.99 @ eGlobal Central
Seems a great price for a brand new phone - £150.00 cheaper than any other retailer, thou not heard of this company before, anyone used them ? Read More
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Seems a great price for a brand new phone - £150.00 cheaper than any other retailer, thou not heard of this company before, anyone used them ?
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Just read some trusted pilot reviews i'll leave Global Central alone. - voted my own deal COLD

Edited By: garethsmith72 on Apr 20, 2017 11:05

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8 Likes #1
Just read some trusted pilot reviews i'll leave Global Central alone. - voted my own deal COLD

Edited By: garethsmith72 on Apr 20, 2017 11:05
#2
eglobal - stay well away!
#3
What's the issue with eGlobal? I was looking at getting at an LG V20 from there
#4
Jono1984
What's the issue with eGlobal? I was looking at getting at an LG V20 from there
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/eglobalcentral.co.uk
#5
Terrible company, they'll happily take your money, but good luck getting your purchase
#6
Yeah I posted, then read the reviews will be staying well clear
2 Likes #7
TrustPilot is a scam; John Lewis has only one star - don't buy from them X)
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com

I have actually used Global Central many many times and not a single problem.
#8
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
#9
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.

You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
#10
Hi... I purchased My LG V20 from them last year. I was a bit skeptical at first, but phoned arrived as described and extremely quick, considering where it came from. I was so happy purchased an iPad Pro weeks after. They have become my go to place for electronics. They were extremely busy during Black Friday sales, but did respond to a query I had regarding a product. I paid via Paypal for peace of mind. Don't be put off by review sites, I have saved hundreds of pounds and in the Case of my Lg V20, have a High end phone that's not been released in Europe. (The current price is even more better now)
#11
Don't forget Quidco too! Eglobal have always paid on my purchases.
#12
Awful awful company. They held my phone for ransom and got it back after 60 days. Their response times on tickets can be once a week if you're lucky or they just don't respond.

Sooooo not worth the hassle.
#13
Jono1984
What's the issue with eGlobal? I was looking at getting at an LG V20 from there

How much are they charging for a V20?
1 Like #14
£355/356 In silver or pink. £367 in Black.
banned#15
Ordered two phones from eGlobal and both been delivered as promised. More than happy and saved £169 compared to UK prices. Will order again.
#16
Similar price for a V20 from an Irish-based seller on eBay:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/262688655612
#17
Ordered a nexus 4 from here before and was hit with an unexpected import tax that they didn't mention
#18
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.

Eglobal are fine if there isn't a problem if there is a problem their warranty aint worth toilet paper a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.

You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot

Makes perfect sense - people leave bad reviews and the obvious thing to do is totally ignore them just because Eglobal are cheap - you're an imbecile.


Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Apr 20, 2017 12:41
#19
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
2 Likes #20
This is the Korean version of the G6. It seems to state that it is compatible with all UK LTE bands which is a bonus - if you want the Quad DAC then seems to be a possibility, however I would suggest that paying £500+ for a grey import LG flagship is fcking mental because this phone is going to be £350 by September...
1 Like #21
Crossbow
Similar price for a V20 from an Irish-based seller on eBay:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/262688655612
Taiwan... not Irish based seller
1 Like #22
finbaar
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.

You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
2 Likes #23
Bilbo1968
finbaar
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
I just feel sorry for you!
How about John Lewis then???? https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
eGlobal Central is doing better by TrustPilot reviews :D
If you after all warranties and protection- just go to High Street store and buy one - and don't moan here.
#24
garethsmith72
Yeah I posted, then read the reviews will be staying well clear
Rimi
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
If buying single item over £100, consider not using Paypal as Paypal only provides max 180days cover, consider using a credit card to directly purchase from the vendor then benefit from S75 protection, meaning the UK credit card issuer assumes joint and several responsibility for supply, warranty and any other benefits as stated at point of purchase. The only issue via the S75 route may be the possibility of cc details being abused by the payment merchant processor (Worldpay for EGC?) same as for any other any other direct credit card purchase where the vendor may not see the cc details.
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/section75-protect-your-purchases
and
http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/section-75-of-the-consumer-credit-act subject to HUKD not applying a corrupting affiliate URL, otherwise copy& paste below into browser address bar
which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/section-75-of-the-consumer-credit-act
#25
Rimi
Bilbo1968
finbaar
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
I just feel sorry for you!
How about John Lewis then???? https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
eGlobal Central is doing better by TrustPilot reviews :D
If you after all warranties and protection- just go to High Street store and buy one - and don't moan here.

And I feel sorry for - I know you can't help it and you have my sympathy.
#26
pavel76
Taiwan... not Irish based seller

Item location: Ireland. Dispatched via 3-5 day courier.
1 Like #27
Rimi
Bilbo1968
finbaar
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
I just feel sorry for you!
How about John Lewis then???? https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
eGlobal Central is doing better by TrustPilot reviews :D
If you after all warranties and protection- just go to High Street store and buy one - and don't moan here.

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?s=1ac2944a35b5d227d85e475ab4ee6a10&p=69794381

http://www.resellerratings.com/store/eGlobal_Central

https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.eglobalcentral.co.uk

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/consumerwatch-2/eglobal-central-uk-warning-4500378/

http://smartphonerant.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/eglobal-central-is-scam.html

https://eglobalelectronics.scambook.com/company/view/22281/eGlobal-Electronics

https://usacomplaints.com/electronics-and-household-appliances/1104140-do-not-refund-a-returned-camera.html

https://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/eglobal-wireless-c400483.html

a repeat of many unfortunately,

a repeat of many unfortunately,
ordered a samsung S7, received the item and straight away found it to be faulty, overheating and shutting down.
sent it back, they said nothing wrong with the phone and I could have it back if I paid £30 return postage.
reluctantly paid up, eventually got an email to say item has been dispatched, then absolutely nothing since.
If and when I get it back samsung will not even do a "paid" repair on an imported phone.
Why oh why did I not do some research on this bunch of criminals before I parted with so much cash.
now received the phone back, and guess what? with a couple of thin paper indicators, and sequence packaging markers, the phone has never even been unpacked, never mind looked at or tested. So much for "our technicians can not find any fault".
A truly morally dishonest if not criminally dishonest bunch, it beggars belief how they have got away with it for so long.




Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Apr 20, 2017 13:31: .
#28
Do not buy lg phones (g4, g5, v10, v20, nexus 5x) from unknown sources. They have hardware problem with bootloops and only replace main board can help. My nexus 5x died after 15 months. Type in google - lg bootloop and you will see how big problem it is.

Edited By: havoc666 on Apr 20, 2017 13:42
#29
Bilbo1968
Rimi
Bilbo1968
finbaar
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
I just feel sorry for you!
How about John Lewis then???? https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
eGlobal Central is doing better by TrustPilot reviews :D
If you after all warranties and protection- just go to High Street store and buy one - and don't moan here.
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?s=1ac2944a35b5d227d85e475ab4ee6a10&p=69794381http://www.resellerratings.com/store/eGlobal_Centralhttps://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.eglobalcentral.co.ukhttp://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/consumerwatch-2/eglobal-central-uk-warning-4500378/http://smartphonerant.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/eglobal-central-is-scam.htmlhttps://eglobalelectronics.scambook.com/company/view/22281/eGlobal-Electronicshttps://usacomplaints.com/electronics-and-household-appliances/1104140-do-not-refund-a-returned-camera.htmlhttps://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/eglobal-wireless-c400483.html
a repeat of many unfortunately,
a repeat of many unfortunately,
ordered a samsung S7, received the item and straight away found it to be faulty, overheating and shutting down.
sent it back, they said nothing wrong with the phone and I could have it back if I paid £30 return postage.
reluctantly paid up, eventually got an email to say item has been dispatched, then absolutely nothing since.
If and when I get it back samsung will not even do a "paid" repair on an imported phone.
Why oh why did I not do some research on this bunch of criminals before I parted with so much cash.
now received the phone back, and guess what? with a couple of thin paper indicators, and sequence packaging markers, the phone has never even been unpacked, never mind looked at or tested. So much for "our technicians can not find any fault".
A truly morally dishonest if not criminally dishonest bunch, it beggars belief how they have got away with it for so long.
Forget the scandal; pay directly via credit card for S75 protection; the credit card co assumes full responsibility for servicing the purchase obligations including warranty. Job done.
#30
AndyRoyd
Bilbo1968
Rimi
Bilbo1968
finbaar
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
I just feel sorry for you!
How about John Lewis then???? https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
eGlobal Central is doing better by TrustPilot reviews :D
If you after all warranties and protection- just go to High Street store and buy one - and don't moan here.
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?s=1ac2944a35b5d227d85e475ab4ee6a10&p=69794381http://www.resellerratings.com/store/eGlobal_Centralhttps://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.eglobalcentral.co.ukhttp://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/consumerwatch-2/eglobal-central-uk-warning-4500378/http://smartphonerant.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/eglobal-central-is-scam.htmlhttps://eglobalelectronics.scambook.com/company/view/22281/eGlobal-Electronicshttps://usacomplaints.com/electronics-and-household-appliances/1104140-do-not-refund-a-returned-camera.htmlhttps://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/eglobal-wireless-c400483.html
a repeat of many unfortunately,
a repeat of many unfortunately,
ordered a samsung S7, received the item and straight away found it to be faulty, overheating and shutting down.
sent it back, they said nothing wrong with the phone and I could have it back if I paid £30 return postage.
reluctantly paid up, eventually got an email to say item has been dispatched, then absolutely nothing since.
If and when I get it back samsung will not even do a "paid" repair on an imported phone.
Why oh why did I not do some research on this bunch of criminals before I parted with so much cash.
now received the phone back, and guess what? with a couple of thin paper indicators, and sequence packaging markers, the phone has never even been unpacked, never mind looked at or tested. So much for "our technicians can not find any fault".
A truly morally dishonest if not criminally dishonest bunch, it beggars belief how they have got away with it for so long.
Forget the scandal; pay directly via credit card for S75 protection; the credit card co assumes full responsibility for servicing the purchase obligations including warranty. Job done.

I'm sorry but it's not that simple. But you know what, you just cant help some people. If you told them if you press a red button in front of them it'll blow them up a percentage of them would still press it.


Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Apr 20, 2017 14:50
#31
Bilbo1968
AndyRoyd
Bilbo1968
Rimi
Bilbo1968
finbaar
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
I just feel sorry for you!
How about John Lewis then???? https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
eGlobal Central is doing better by TrustPilot reviews :D
If you after all warranties and protection- just go to High Street store and buy one - and don't moan here.
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?s=1ac2944a35b5d227d85e475ab4ee6a10&p=69794381http://www.resellerratings.com/store/eGlobal_Centralhttps://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.eglobalcentral.co.ukhttp://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/consumerwatch-2/eglobal-central-uk-warning-4500378/http://smartphonerant.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/eglobal-central-is-scam.htmlhttps://eglobalelectronics.scambook.com/company/view/22281/eGlobal-Electronicshttps://usacomplaints.com/electronics-and-household-appliances/1104140-do-not-refund-a-returned-camera.htmlhttps://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/eglobal-wireless-c400483.html
a repeat of many unfortunately,
a repeat of many unfortunately,
ordered a samsung S7, received the item and straight away found it to be faulty, overheating and shutting down.
sent it back, they said nothing wrong with the phone and I could have it back if I paid £30 return postage.
reluctantly paid up, eventually got an email to say item has been dispatched, then absolutely nothing since.
If and when I get it back samsung will not even do a "paid" repair on an imported phone.
Why oh why did I not do some research on this bunch of criminals before I parted with so much cash.
now received the phone back, and guess what? with a couple of thin paper indicators, and sequence packaging markers, the phone has never even been unpacked, never mind looked at or tested. So much for "our technicians can not find any fault".
A truly morally dishonest if not criminally dishonest bunch, it beggars belief how they have got away with it for so long.
Forget the scandal; pay directly via credit card for S75 protection; the credit card co assumes full responsibility for servicing the purchase obligations including warranty. Job done.
I'm sorry but it's not that simple.
Apology accepted. Once it's paid for, no need to ever contact the vendor again; all comms can be with cc co, who you can effectively treat the same as any other UK-based seller.
#32
AndyRoyd
Bilbo1968
AndyRoyd
Bilbo1968
Rimi
Bilbo1968
finbaar
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
I just feel sorry for you!
How about John Lewis then???? https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
eGlobal Central is doing better by TrustPilot reviews :D
If you after all warranties and protection- just go to High Street store and buy one - and don't moan here.
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?s=1ac2944a35b5d227d85e475ab4ee6a10&p=69794381http://www.resellerratings.com/store/eGlobal_Centralhttps://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.eglobalcentral.co.ukhttp://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/consumerwatch-2/eglobal-central-uk-warning-4500378/http://smartphonerant.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/eglobal-central-is-scam.htmlhttps://eglobalelectronics.scambook.com/company/view/22281/eGlobal-Electronicshttps://usacomplaints.com/electronics-and-household-appliances/1104140-do-not-refund-a-returned-camera.htmlhttps://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/eglobal-wireless-c400483.html
a repeat of many unfortunately,
a repeat of many unfortunately,
ordered a samsung S7, received the item and straight away found it to be faulty, overheating and shutting down.
sent it back, they said nothing wrong with the phone and I could have it back if I paid £30 return postage.
reluctantly paid up, eventually got an email to say item has been dispatched, then absolutely nothing since.
If and when I get it back samsung will not even do a "paid" repair on an imported phone.
Why oh why did I not do some research on this bunch of criminals before I parted with so much cash.
now received the phone back, and guess what? with a couple of thin paper indicators, and sequence packaging markers, the phone has never even been unpacked, never mind looked at or tested. So much for "our technicians can not find any fault".
A truly morally dishonest if not criminally dishonest bunch, it beggars belief how they have got away with it for so long.
Forget the scandal; pay directly via credit card for S75 protection; the credit card co assumes full responsibility for servicing the purchase obligations including warranty. Job done.
I'm sorry but it's not that simple.
Apology accepted. Once it's paid for, no need to ever contact the vendor again; all comms can be with cc co, who you can effectively treat the same as any other UK-based seller.

Exactly how many times have you successfully done this when buying a product from China?
#33
Bilbo1968
AndyRoyd
Bilbo1968
AndyRoyd
Bilbo1968
Rimi
Bilbo1968
finbaar
Bilbo1968
Rimi
bloc
what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
I just feel sorry for you!
How about John Lewis then???? https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
eGlobal Central is doing better by TrustPilot reviews :D
If you after all warranties and protection- just go to High Street store and buy one - and don't moan here.
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?s=1ac2944a35b5d227d85e475ab4ee6a10&p=69794381http://www.resellerratings.com/store/eGlobal_Centralhttps://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.eglobalcentral.co.ukhttp://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/consumerwatch-2/eglobal-central-uk-warning-4500378/http://smartphonerant.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/eglobal-central-is-scam.htmlhttps://eglobalelectronics.scambook.com/company/view/22281/eGlobal-Electronicshttps://usacomplaints.com/electronics-and-household-appliances/1104140-do-not-refund-a-returned-camera.htmlhttps://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/eglobal-wireless-c400483.html
a repeat of many unfortunately,
a repeat of many unfortunately,
ordered a samsung S7, received the item and straight away found it to be faulty, overheating and shutting down.
sent it back, they said nothing wrong with the phone and I could have it back if I paid £30 return postage.
reluctantly paid up, eventually got an email to say item has been dispatched, then absolutely nothing since.
If and when I get it back samsung will not even do a "paid" repair on an imported phone.
Why oh why did I not do some research on this bunch of criminals before I parted with so much cash.
now received the phone back, and guess what? with a couple of thin paper indicators, and sequence packaging markers, the phone has never even been unpacked, never mind looked at or tested. So much for "our technicians can not find any fault".
A truly morally dishonest if not criminally dishonest bunch, it beggars belief how they have got away with it for so long.
Forget the scandal; pay directly via credit card for S75 protection; the credit card co assumes full responsibility for servicing the purchase obligations including warranty. Job done.
I'm sorry but it's not that simple.
Apology accepted. Once it's paid for, no need to ever contact the vendor again; all comms can be with cc co, who you can effectively treat the same as any other UK-based seller.
Exactly how many times have you successfully done this when buying a product from China?
Claimed twice, sorted twice, both without need for ombudsman. Law is v clear about the credit card co's joint and several responsibilities:
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1974/39/section/75
#34
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what if use eglobalcentral via ebay? This model has the quad dac/amp. I would jump if i had not purchased a V10 just yesterday.
You can buy from them directly and forget TrustPilot You can pay by PayPal with all PayPal guarantees if problem arise, but as I have said, I made somewhere 31 orders on eGlobal Central website and all were received in time without any problems.
Eglobal are a terrible company if something goes wrong - if you want to use them great but don't promote them on here - there are numerous horror stories about them.
But if it goes right, like it will for the vast majority, then you have a big saving. It depends if you are willing to take the risk but all imports are a risk. Buying used phones is a risk as well.
You have no consumer protection at all - your £500 phone gets broke in the post Eglobal ask you to return it which will cost you an arm and a leg. Then Eglobal mysteriously can't find the phone - goodbye £500.
I just feel sorry for you!
How about John Lewis then???? https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.johnlewis.com
eGlobal Central is doing better by TrustPilot reviews :D
If you after all warranties and protection- just go to High Street store and buy one - and don't moan here.
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?s=1ac2944a35b5d227d85e475ab4ee6a10&p=69794381http://www.resellerratings.com/store/eGlobal_Centralhttps://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/www.eglobalcentral.co.ukhttp://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/consumerwatch-2/eglobal-central-uk-warning-4500378/http://smartphonerant.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/eglobal-central-is-scam.htmlhttps://eglobalelectronics.scambook.com/company/view/22281/eGlobal-Electronicshttps://usacomplaints.com/electronics-and-household-appliances/1104140-do-not-refund-a-returned-camera.htmlhttps://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/eglobal-wireless-c400483.html
a repeat of many unfortunately,
a repeat of many unfortunately,
ordered a samsung S7, received the item and straight away found it to be faulty, overheating and shutting down.
sent it back, they said nothing wrong with the phone and I could have it back if I paid £30 return postage.
reluctantly paid up, eventually got an email to say item has been dispatched, then absolutely nothing since.
If and when I get it back samsung will not even do a "paid" repair on an imported phone.
Why oh why did I not do some research on this bunch of criminals before I parted with so much cash.
now received the phone back, and guess what? with a couple of thin paper indicators, and sequence packaging markers, the phone has never even been unpacked, never mind looked at or tested. So much for "our technicians can not find any fault".
A truly morally dishonest if not criminally dishonest bunch, it beggars belief how they have got away with it for so long.
Forget the scandal; pay directly via credit card for S75 protection; the credit card co assumes full responsibility for servicing the purchase obligations including warranty. Job done.
I'm sorry but it's not that simple.
Apology accepted. Once it's paid for, no need to ever contact the vendor again; all comms can be with cc co, who you can effectively treat the same as any other UK-based seller.
Exactly how many times have you successfully done this when buying a product from China?
Claimed twice, sorted twice, both without need for ombudsman. Law is v clear about the credit card co's joint and several responsibilities:http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1974/39/section/75

Good on ya - but I'll wait for a UK retailer with a decent warranty.
#35
Cold, no B20 support, much better to get the new Samsung
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Cold, no B20 support, much better to get the new Samsung


Stop Fooling Around Please. Every Mobile Post I See You Comment "No B20" Even If A Mobile Does :|

Edited By: ZXDeals on Apr 20, 2017 17:23: INCORRECT WORD
#37
Once, I bought a phone from them. They say its a UK based company but its not. The Brand warranties are not supported in UK. You will have to pay for the shipping and also for return delivery as well.

Poort customer care as they dont understand the customer requirements. I had to go through many phases, even PayPal was unable to resolve the issue. PayPal were supporting the seller and were offering me shipping £10 as a friendly gesture. The international shipping for Thailand would cost more than that.

Eventually, I have approached AMEX as the PayPal payment was made through this. They have taken my inputs and helped me resolve the order with a full refund and eGlobal themselves arranged for a pickup. All of this went for nearly 55 days.
#38
jayakaranganji
Once, I bought a phone from them. They say its a UK based company but its not. The Brand warranties are not supported in UK. You will have to pay for the shipping and also for return delivery as well.
Poort customer care as they dont understand the customer requirements. I had to go through many phases, even PayPal was unable to resolve the issue. PayPal were supporting the seller and were offering me shipping £10 as a friendly gesture. The international shipping for Thailand would cost more than that.
Eventually, I have approached AMEX as the PayPal payment was made through this. They have taken my inputs and helped me resolve the order with a full refund and eGlobal themselves arranged for a pickup. All of this went for nearly 55 days.
Classic example of buyer misassumptions and ignorance. Respect for honesty.
#39
Does this phone support o2 4g band 20 and also do I have any warranty direct for LG if the phone end up having a bootloop or anything?
#40
dealfinder123321
Does this phone support o2 4g band 20 and also do I have any warranty direct for LG if the phone end up having a bootloop or anything?
EGC product page itemises the 800 4G o2 band, also Kimovil lists 4G bands as 700 800 850 900 1700/2100 1800 1900 2100 2600 where 800 = o2 https://www.kimovil.com/en/lg-g6/lte-4g no obligatory warranty via LG although LG may honour, obligatory S75 protection of vendor's 12m warranty would be serviced by credit card company if using a UK-issued credit card to directly fund purchase.

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