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#1
Why has this been marked as expired, link looks ok to me.
#2
Play sent me an e-mail saying this is for the whole of January so I'm not sure why this is expired?
#3
Yes, it is definitely for the whole of January so shouldn't have been marked as expired. Does it just take one person to click expired for this to happen?
#4
Obviously if you use PlayTrade then a month's worth of commission-free trading is a bargain.
For anyone who's not used them before it's worth noting that the offer is for "Commission-free trading"
& there is no mention of the other fees being waived......


"What are the fees for using PlayTrade?

Our fees are an incredibly low 10% commission plus 50p per completed sale. If you plan to sell a lot of items we recommend you apply to become a ProTrader. A ProTrader does not incur the 50p closing fee and can list as many items as they want. A ProTrader account costs £19.99 per month.
If you decide to transfer your cash to your bank account there is a 5% transfer fee on the balance you choose to transfer. However if you spend the money at Play.com there is no charge, saving you the 5% transfer fee altogether!"
#5
marty;1409870
Why has this been marked as expired, link looks ok to me.

Yeah... valid until the end of Jan :thumbsup:
#6
I think it was cuz it was already posted somewhere else but I can't find it now?

I've just sold mario strikers charged on there - it was only listed for about 2 hours!

Anyway I'm a bit new to this what would you suggest the best way to post it is, I have loads of jiffy bags from things I've brought before but should I fork out for insurance or tracked or anything? It's a bit diferent on ebay cuz the buyer pays postage.

Cheers,
worto,
#7
A certificate of posting should suffice, up to you if you want to recorded delivery it. If it goers "missing" the post office will refund you regardless of insurace or not.
#8
Its for the first 10 items you sell only, fees are refunded within an hour or so and after you have sold ten items fees are charged at there normal rate again.
#9
I listed a game on playtrade a week or so ago and it doesnt show up in the playtrade bit under the game on their website. Any ideas anyone?
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mozza9;1454650
I listed a game on playtrade a week or so ago and it doesnt show up in the playtrade bit under the game on their website. Any ideas anyone?


Check your emails from play. You should have received one about your new playtrade account and there is a link in there which you have to click to verify your account. This should hopefully sort your problem out.
#11
Cheers dude it worked!

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