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Samsung 840 EVO 1TB 2.5-inch Basic SATA Solid State Drive - Amazon Marketplace - £78.56 delivered

£78.56 @ Amazon
Probably a mis-price but worth a punt. Amazon will refund if it's wrong. Read More
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Probably a mis-price but worth a punt. Amazon will refund if it's wrong.
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#1
Having just gone through the checkout P+P is actually charging at £5. So total price is £39.56.
#2
Holy moly
#3
Definite misprice, won't be honoured.
#4
my order total was £39.55 for one delivered
#5
shhhmmmmmmmmmmmmokin
#6
We're sorry. This item is no longer available from the seller you selected. We'll move it to the Saved Items section of your Shopping Basket. From there, you can click the item to return to its product information page and try another seller.
#7
Oos
#8
Jumped up to £291 from £39.56 :-(
#9
Cool. Let's hope they honor it.
#10
Suddenly OOS, wonder why?
#11
Damn - upon trying to checkout:

Some items are no longer available
We're sorry. Some items became unavailable after you added them to your shopping basket. Click here to return to the product detail page and try another seller.
#12
Showing OOS now
#13
Woah that went quick!
#14
won't let me add to basket :-(
#15
there was only 5 in stock when i ordered mine
#16
Wow, it lasted 3 minutes.
#17
Won't let me add to basket, so I assume They've spotted it already...
#18
I'm just too late
#19
The_Pope
Won't let me add to basket, so I assume They've spotted it already...

No, just that it is now OOS - there were only 5 when I bought it. Thanks OP by the way, but there is no way this will be honoured. Someone just misplaced the decimal point! :D
#20
£34.56 plus £44 delivery now
#21
secsteel
£34.56 plus £44 delivery now

No it's not - £78 or whatever is still a misprice but try adding that to your basket and you'll see it's not possible.
#22
4567234
The_Pope
Won't let me add to basket, so I assume They've spotted it already...

No, just that it is now OOS - there were only 5 when I bought it. Thanks OP by the way, but there is no way this will be honoured. Someone just misplaced the decimal point! :D

Their feedback on Amazon is already in the gutter so they've got nothing to lose.
1 Like #23
There's stacks of other mispriced items from this seller. Not going to bother (_;)
#24
They have only just de-listed >90% of their stocks on amazon. This WILL be cancelled very soon.
#25
If it was fulfilled by AMAZON I suspect the products would get shipped quite quickly. As they aren't,the seller may well just cancel all orders. Anyone know what the legal standpoint of this is? Can the seller cancel or have they got to honour the misprice?
#26
(1) It's not fulfilled by Amazon, and (2) they are within their legal rights to cancel it.

By the way I say most products are de-listed, there is still a laser printer on there which is worth more than £38, currently listed at that price!

Edited By: 4567234 on Jan 02, 2015 15:41
#27
Damn, who was the seller?
#28
obsoleter1
Damn, who was the seller?
Yes who was the seller..
#29
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redcastle
If it was fulfilled by AMAZON I suspect the products would get shipped quite quickly. As they aren't,the seller may well just cancel all orders. Anyone know what the legal standpoint of this is? Can the seller cancel or have they got to honour the misprice?


Well my order was at not yet dispatched no pending transaction on my card. Now it is preparing for dispatch and money has left my account. So they have had to manually go through the process to allow it to go through as a marketplace seller. Would have expected them to cancel instead of moving to the next stage so we'll see. Not expecting it to be honoured but company practices of moving to the next stage to hold money only to cancel should really be gone with all the monitoring tech available.
#30
bigtam1
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redcastle
If it was fulfilled by AMAZON I suspect the products would get shipped quite quickly. As they aren't,the seller may well just cancel all orders. Anyone know what the legal standpoint of this is? Can the seller cancel or have they got to honour the misprice?
Well my order was at not yet dispatched no pending transaction on my card. Now it is preparing for dispatch and money has left my account. So they have had to manually go through the process to allow it to go through as a marketplace seller. Would have expected them to cancel instead of moving to the next stage so we'll see. Not expecting it to be honoured but company practices of moving to the next stage to hold money only to cancel should really be gone with all the monitoring tech available.

Interesting. I'm on 'preparing for dispatch too on mine'. So if the money's been taken then that's a contract formed right? Otherwise if they back out they are subject to failure to complete the contract..?
#31
redcastle
bigtam1
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redcastle
If it was fulfilled by AMAZON I suspect the products would get shipped quite quickly. As they aren't,the seller may well just cancel all orders. Anyone know what the legal standpoint of this is? Can the seller cancel or have they got to honour the misprice?
Well my order was at not yet dispatched no pending transaction on my card. Now it is preparing for dispatch and money has left my account. So they have had to manually go through the process to allow it to go through as a marketplace seller. Would have expected them to cancel instead of moving to the next stage so we'll see. Not expecting it to be honoured but company practices of moving to the next stage to hold money only to cancel should really be gone with all the monitoring tech available.

Interesting. I'm on 'preparing for dispatch too on mine'. So if the money's been taken then that's a contract formed right? Otherwise if they back out they are subject to failure to complete the contract..?

As long as the item havent been delivered, they can cancel it even if it was shipped. Seem it happen here with other online retailer contacting courier to have the item return to them. But on items fullfilled by amazon when shipped, your 100% getting it (they can still cancel when preparing for dispatch, happen to me).

Good price, Good luck to all who ordered

Edited By: madnug on Jan 02, 2015 18:44
1 Like #32
From what I understand, it's very possible for third parties to have incorrrectly priced items without their knowledge.
#33
With Amazon Marketplace, "not yet dispatched" is the 30 minute window Amazon give to buyers to cancel or change Marketplace orders.

After 30 minutes, if payment is earmarked successfully, the order is released to the Marketplace seller and the status automatically changes to "preparing for dispatch". There is no intervention from the seller to trigger this, it is simply the next step in processing, at which point the buyer loses any direct control of changing or cancelling the order (such requests have to be emailed to and actioned by the seller).

At this stage the seller has the option to cancel or fulfill (by confirming dispatch).

Hope this helps.

iecuk
#34
redcastle
bigtam1
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redcastle
If it was fulfilled by AMAZON I suspect the products would get shipped quite quickly. As they aren't,the seller may well just cancel all orders. Anyone know what the legal standpoint of this is? Can the seller cancel or have they got to honour the misprice?
Well my order was at not yet dispatched no pending transaction on my card. Now it is preparing for dispatch and money has left my account. So they have had to manually go through the process to allow it to go through as a marketplace seller. Would have expected them to cancel instead of moving to the next stage so we'll see. Not expecting it to be honoured but company practices of moving to the next stage to hold money only to cancel should really be gone with all the monitoring tech available.
Interesting. I'm on 'preparing for dispatch too on mine'. So if the money's been taken then that's a contract formed right? Otherwise if they back out they are subject to failure to complete the contract..?

Nope, think they have to attempt to deliver something.
Been here all to many times with Amazon, hope you either get the item or cope with the disappointment well.
#35
Cattle
redcastle
bigtam1
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redcastle
If it was fulfilled by AMAZON I suspect the products would get shipped quite quickly. As they aren't,the seller may well just cancel all orders. Anyone know what the legal standpoint of this is? Can the seller cancel or have they got to honour the misprice?
Well my order was at not yet dispatched no pending transaction on my card. Now it is preparing for dispatch and money has left my account. So they have had to manually go through the process to allow it to go through as a marketplace seller. Would have expected them to cancel instead of moving to the next stage so we'll see. Not expecting it to be honoured but company practices of moving to the next stage to hold money only to cancel should really be gone with all the monitoring tech available.
Interesting. I'm on 'preparing for dispatch too on mine'. So if the money's been taken then that's a contract formed right? Otherwise if they back out they are subject to failure to complete the contract..?
Nope, think they have to attempt to deliver something.
Been here all to many times with Amazon, hope you either get the item or cope with the disappointment well.

The contract is only formed between the two parties when the purchased item is marked as dispatched.
#36
hot for me, the seller dispatched my order:) £30 for Crucial CT256MX100SSD1 256GB
thanks OP
#37
JC1997
hot for me, the seller dispatched my order:) £30 for Crucial CT256MX100SSD1 256GB
thanks OP

Who's the seller?
#38
mhardy
JC1997
hot for me, the seller dispatched my order:) £30 for Crucial CT256MX100SSD1 256GB
thanks OP

Who's the seller?
Top right of OP states OfficeKing Ltd Deals.
#39
JC1997
hot for me, the seller dispatched my order:) £30 for Crucial CT256MX100SSD1 256GB
thanks OP
Really? Cool! Fingers crossed for my 512GB 840 pros!!!
#40
4567234
They have only just de-listed >90% of their stocks on amazon. This WILL be cancelled very soon.

Maybe they're liquidating.

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