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#1
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.

Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.

They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.

I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.
banned#2
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.

Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.

They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.

I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.


is their somewhere else i can get an edge for a decent price?
#3
Got one works fine for me
#4
no not even the standard S7 can be found for this price. I managed to find a customer return on Amazon for 410 but that took me about 3 weeks to find

Edited By: tighty on Aug 18, 2016 17:13: more info
1 Like #5
robertadamson
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.

Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.

They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.

I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.


is their somewhere else i can get an edge for a decent price?


i don't understand why people look to get an s7 edge from dubious sellers rather than getting phones like the oneplus 3 which can almost match these phones for a lot cheaper and from official vendors. any differences in spec will barely be noticeable and isn't worth the extra £ or risk IMO.
1 Like #6
mu1
robertadamson
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.

Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.

They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.

I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.


is their somewhere else i can get an edge for a decent price?


i don't understand why people look to get an s7 edge from dubious sellers rather than getting phones like the oneplus 3 which can almost match these phones for a lot cheaper and from official vendors. any differences in spec will barely be noticeable and isn't worth the extra £ or risk IMO.


one plus three has a HD 1080p screen? old tech
#7
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.
Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.
They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.
I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.

Do you think Samsung UK is any better?
Galaxy S6 bent, but working. Not a single mark on the phone.
Samsung (Anovo) refuse to repair under warranty as they claim it is physical damage and it is not covered.
Quote £200 for a repair.
Send it in back in worse condition and not working.
UPS picks up and Anovo and USP deny liability.
Anovo then claim the £200 quote was an error and the phone was beyond economical repair.
Really?
Samsung's website shows the phone takes 50kg/f to bend and even in a back pocket would exert 30kg/f. It cannot bend. How did the phone bend without a single mark?
Samsung support is the worst I have ever come across.




Edited By: Common Sense on Aug 18, 2016 17:59
#8
mu1
robertadamson
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.
Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.
They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.
I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.
is their somewhere else i can get an edge for a decent price?
i don't understand why people look to get an s7 edge from dubious sellers rather than getting phones like the oneplus 3 which can almost match these phones for a lot cheaper and from official vendors. any differences in spec will barely be noticeable and isn't worth the extra £ or risk IMO.

Maybe because the Oneplus 3 is a mid-ranged phone that is full of bugs, ois don't work, screen uniformity issues, sub 1080p LTE issues no support , the list is long.
Oneplus too has a record of not accepting Rma on issues,
Yellow band and Touchscreen on the OPO
FP reader OP2,
#9
robertadamson
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.

Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.

They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.

I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.


is their somewhere else i can get an edge for a decent price?


currys ebay store, I've never had any problems with service afterwards, they currently have a silver s7 edge at 475 with a missing sim tray pin and missing otg adaptor
1 Like #10
realdeals
mu1
robertadamson
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.
Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.
They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.
I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.
is their somewhere else i can get an edge for a decent price?
i don't understand why people look to get an s7 edge from dubious sellers rather than getting phones like the oneplus 3 which can almost match these phones for a lot cheaper and from official vendors. any differences in spec will barely be noticeable and isn't worth the extra £ or risk IMO.

Maybe because the Oneplus 3 is a mid-ranged phone that is full of bugs, ois don't work, screen uniformity issues, sub 1080p LTE issues no support , the list is long.
Oneplus too has a record of not accepting Rma on issues,
Yellow band and Touchscreen on the OPO
FP reader OP2,



Oneplus is just an example. It's not mid range either in terms of spec. I don't own one so can't judge but I do own a nexus 6p which is another example of an alternative and it also doesn't have the issues you listed.
#11
I have found Chinese sellers on eBay with a UK warehouse to be absolutely brilliant on terms of repairs.

Case 1: THL 2015, 1 year warranty, 5 months down the line the battery nearly blew up, contacted the seller, nothing, tried for a week, nothing. Opened up a case of PayPal, the seller never responded, full refund via PayPal due to no response from seller.

Case 2: Elephone p6000 pro, 1 year warranty, 6 months down the line it stops charging. Contacted seller, they said get it repaired and send us the bill. Me being bone idle simple said my local phone shop would not fix as its Chinese, they then exchanged the unit for a brand new one.

Now Samsung.

Case 1: Faffed getting my S5 booked in for repair, charging port broken. Finally get it sent to them. A week later it arrived back at my door unrepaired. Apparently the charging port was corroded, and they wouldn't fix.

Case 2: My Samsung TV has clouding in the middle. Samsung only offer 1 year warranty on a T bloody V.

all in all I prefer the Chinese sellers
#12
mu1
realdeals
mu1
robertadamson
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.
Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.
They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.
I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.
is their somewhere else i can get an edge for a decent price?
i don't understand why people look to get an s7 edge from dubious sellers rather than getting phones like the oneplus 3 which can almost match these phones for a lot cheaper and from official vendors. any differences in spec will barely be noticeable and isn't worth the extra £ or risk IMO.
Maybe because the Oneplus 3 is a mid-ranged phone that is full of bugs, ois don't work, screen uniformity issues, sub 1080p LTE issues no support , the list is long.
Oneplus too has a record of not accepting Rma on issues,
Yellow band and Touchscreen on the OPO
FP reader OP2,
Oneplus is just an example. It's not mid range either in terms of spec. I don't own one so can't judge but I do own a nexus 6p which is another example of an alternative and it also doesn't have the issues you listed.


I have a OP3, replaced my Samsung S6 and it's great, 1080 is fine, battery is good, speed is fantastic, the only issue I've had with the finger print reader is me using the wrong finger. Had the OP3 for 6 weeks and very impressed.
#13
MrClifford
I have found Chinese sellers on eBay with a UK warehouse to be absolutely brilliant on terms of repairs.
Case 1: THL 2015, 1 year warranty, 5 months down the line the battery nearly blew up, contacted the seller, nothing, tried for a week, nothing. Opened up a case of PayPal, the seller never responded, full refund via PayPal due to no response from seller.
Case 2: Elephone p6000 pro, 1 year warranty, 6 months down the line it stops charging. Contacted seller, they said get it repaired and send us the bill. Me being bone idle simple said my local phone shop would not fix as its Chinese, they then exchanged the unit for a brand new one.
Now Samsung.
Case 1: Faffed getting my S5 booked in for repair, charging port broken. Finally get it sent to them. A week later it arrived back at my door unrepaired. Apparently the charging port was corroded, and they wouldn't fix.
Case 2: My Samsung TV has clouding in the middle. Samsung only offer 1 year warranty on a T bloody V.
all in all I prefer the Chinese sellers

May I ask who the seller/sellers were because I'm considering a xiaomi redmi 3/3s and the wife says no because it is Chinese and as a result, a pointless warranty as it costs a fortune to return to China. Would be interested in checking out these UK warranty type sellers of Chinese phones.

Thanks in advance, Ian.
#14
eglobal have this cheaper. About 8 different models to choose from.
#15
MrClifford
I have found Chinese sellers on eBay with a UK warehouse to be absolutely brilliant on terms of repairs.

Case 1: THL 2015, 1 year warranty, 5 months down the line the battery nearly blew up, contacted the seller, nothing, tried for a week, nothing. Opened up a case of PayPal, the seller never responded, full refund via PayPal due to no response from seller.

Case 2: Elephone p6000 pro, 1 year warranty, 6 months down the line it stops charging. Contacted seller, they said get it repaired and send us the bill. Me being bone idle simple said my local phone shop would not fix as its Chinese, they then exchanged the unit for a brand new one.

Now Samsung.

Case 1: Faffed getting my S5 booked in for repair, charging port broken. Finally get it sent to them. A week later it arrived back at my door unrepaired. Apparently the charging port was corroded, and they wouldn't fix.

Case 2: My Samsung TV has clouding in the middle. Samsung only offer 1 year warranty on a T bloody V.

all in all I prefer the Chinese sellers


I've found Samsung to be great. My Note 4 has been in for repair twice, and both times back within 4 days. They even swapped my battery which failed testing.
#16
mu1
robertadamson
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.

Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.

They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.

I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.


is their somewhere else i can get an edge for a decent price?


i don't understand why people look to get an s7 edge from dubious sellers rather than getting phones like the oneplus 3 which can almost match these phones for a lot cheaper and from official vendors. any differences in spec will barely be noticeable and isn't worth the extra £ or risk IMO.


Simple. One Plus 3 has no microSD slot X)
1 Like #17
Common Sense
dark_shadow
eGlobalCentral, oh boy. You're going to really want to stay away from these crooks.
Check their trust pilot. You'll most likely get your product, that's cool. The drama thereafter, do not send your phone in for repair.
They kept my phone for 6 weeks, said it wasn't fault despite some serious screen burn on my screen then they held it hostage.
I had just exceeding my 180 days Paypal cover. This has to be my worst-experience in 14 years of e-shopping.

Do you think Samsung UK is any better?
Galaxy S6 bent, but working. Not a single mark on the phone.
Samsung (Anovo) refuse to repair under warranty as they claim it is physical damage and it is not covered.
Quote £200 for a repair.
Send it in back in worse condition and not working.
UPS picks up and Anovo and USP deny liability.
Anovo then claim the £200 quote was an error and the phone was beyond economical repair.
Really?
Samsung's website shows the phone takes 50kg/f to bend and even in a back pocket would exert 30kg/f. It cannot bend. How did the phone bend without a single mark?
Samsung support is the worst I have ever come across.





Why are you comparing an online retailer to a mobile phone company? Common sense made no reference to Samsung.
#18
Jacko007
MrClifford
I have found Chinese sellers on eBay with a UK warehouse to be absolutely brilliant on terms of repairs.
Case 1: THL 2015, 1 year warranty, 5 months down the line the battery nearly blew up, contacted the seller, nothing, tried for a week, nothing. Opened up a case of PayPal, the seller never responded, full refund via PayPal due to no response from seller.
Case 2: Elephone p6000 pro, 1 year warranty, 6 months down the line it stops charging. Contacted seller, they said get it repaired and send us the bill. Me being bone idle simple said my local phone shop would not fix as its Chinese, they then exchanged the unit for a brand new one.
Now Samsung.
Case 1: Faffed getting my S5 booked in for repair, charging port broken. Finally get it sent to them. A week later it arrived back at my door unrepaired. Apparently the charging port was corroded, and they wouldn't fix.
Case 2: My Samsung TV has clouding in the middle. Samsung only offer 1 year warranty on a T bloody V.
all in all I prefer the Chinese sellers

May I ask who the seller/sellers were because I'm considering a xiaomi redmi 3/3s and the wife says no because it is Chinese and as a result, a pointless warranty as it costs a fortune to return to China. Would be interested in checking out these UK warranty type sellers of Chinese phones.

Thanks in advance, Ian.


mobileskingdom on eBay were the seller that I have had no issues from and were very helpful. They havnt got any redmi note 3s though, I've been after one too as my p8000s screen has taken a severe beating
#19
rnr81
currys ebay store, I've never had any problems with service afterwards, they currently have a silver s7 edge at 475 with a missing sim tray pin and missing otg adaptor

I have used currys ebay as the main source of phones for my family for over two years now. Goods always arrive fast and in good condition. Only had one warranty problem and they quickly sorted it out. They generally price their phones close to what smartfonestore.com is asking but absolute bargains do crop up from time to time. In June i stumbled across a the last few of a batch of 15 black S7 edge 32GB phones going for £409. They all went in less than an hour - some **** bought six. Mine arrived in mint condition, in its original box with unused accessories. Just a question of patience and timing.

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