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Xbox £50 Credit for £33.00 @ ebay - gamezwizardlive

£33.00 @ eBay
This seller has got £50 of xbox live credit for £33 He does say can take up to 36 hours to get the codes sent I got mine in 40 hours BACK IN STOCK Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
This seller has got £50 of xbox live credit for £33

He does say can take up to 36 hours to get the codes sent I got mine in 40 hours

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#1
nah...
#2
I bought a £20 card for £16 back in November, had code within 48 hrs. No problem whatsoever.
#3
A lot of good feedback, and the delay seems to be due to them verifying the codes work before buyers try to say they got a dud. Looks good to me. Heat added.
1 Like #4
Shame about the timeframe, ideally want credit before the sales go away!
#5
slayermatt
Shame about the timeframe, ideally want credit before the sales go away!


40 hours would put this on the night of the 9th, so that may be in time.
#6
Silhouette
slayermatt
Shame about the timeframe, ideally want credit before the sales go away!
40 hours would put this on the night of the 9th, so that may be in time.
Part of me doubts the guy works on a sunday though :(

Edit: interestingly enough the sales state "3 days remaining", didn't realise they went on until the midnight - used to 5/6pm steam sales X)

Edited By: slayermatt on Jan 07, 2017 20:46
#7
Save for the future that's what I was thinking
#8
Anyone used this guys before? It's a great price but don't want to risk the account.
1 Like #9
I'm always intrigued by these 48-72 hour 'security checks'.
Surely the buyer should be the one asking questions about the legitimacy of their codes and where they came from?
#10
Bought one was tempted to get two.

I'll spend £100 on there.... for £66 that's a bargain.

Tempted to use the free credit to get Forza snow expansion for "free"
#11
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.

Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
1 Like #12
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?

ebay money back guarantee.
#13
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?

ebay money back guarantee.


Does that cover digital goods?
#14
MBeeching
I'm always intrigued by these 48-72 hour 'security checks'.
Surely the buyer should be the one asking questions about the legitimacy of their codes and where they came from?


I agree it makes no sense but with eBay and PayPal now I feel quite safe as I have had a few issues in past and they have always gone the right way.
#15
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
Nope
#16
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
Not sure if it does cover digital codes, below is taken from eBay money back guarantee details.

Some types of listings are excluded: vehicles, real estate, businesses for sale, and digitally delivered goods or service. You can find all the details on the eBay Money Back Guarantee policy page.
#17
frost1979
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
Not sure if it does cover digital codes, below is taken from eBay money back guarantee details.

Some types of listings are excluded: vehicles, real estate, businesses for sale, and digitally delivered goods or service. You can find all the details on the eBay Money Back Guarantee policy page.


As this is a digitally delivered good it looks like it's not covered then.
#18
Bought a few £25 ones before Christmas all good no bother.
#19
What do they mean by security checks? Is this another send a copy of your driving licence/passport scenario?
2 Likes #20
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?

For the buyer, yes. The seller is always at risk though as ebay invariably find in favour of them, regardless of who's in the right. To clarify, digital goods aren't meant to be sold on ebay so buyers are covered if things go south because they can just claim that they never received a physical delivery of the code.

Edited By: copperspock on Jan 07, 2017 21:03
1 Like #21
MBeeching
I'm always intrigued by these 48-72 hour 'security checks'.
Surely the buyer should be the one asking questions about the legitimacy of their codes and where they came from?


Not on eBay mate. Think the guys been scammed a lot before through those charge back scammers. This cooling period gives the transaction time to be flagged in case of fraud. I've lost nearly £2000 through scammers on eBay 2 years ago for digital contents...
2 Likes #22
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?

ebay money back guarantee.


Does that cover digital goods?


For buyer yes, for seller no. Hence why the guy is asking for cooling period after payment.
#23
Ordered...

Thanks :)
#24
9 Left
#25
mixmixi
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
For buyer yes, for seller no. Hence why the guy is asking for cooling period after payment.
Makes sense, curious about what actually triggers a red flag though :p

otonytonton
9 Left
The fact he actually put in the correct amount (description states 50 so give or take the few pending order is correct) gives me some faith. Feedback is good and has only the occasional bit of £50, mostly £20 so easily suggests these are a few that have been acquired and not their main trade.

Edited By: slayermatt on Jan 07, 2017 21:07
1 Like #26
DexMorgan
frost1979
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
Not sure if it does cover digital codes, below is taken from eBay money back guarantee details.
Some types of listings are excluded: vehicles, real estate, businesses for sale, and digitally delivered goods or service. You can find all the details on the eBay Money Back Guarantee policy page.
As this is a digitally delivered good it looks like it's not covered then.

The buyer on eBay is ALWAYS protected if they don't get the goods.
4 Likes #27
slayermatt
mixmixi
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
For buyer yes, for seller no. Hence why the guy is asking for cooling period after payment.
Makes sense, curious about what actually triggers a red flag though :p

otonytonton
9 Left
The fact he actually put in the correct amount (description states 50 so give or take the few pending order is correct) gives me some faith. Feedback is good and has only the occasional bit of £50, mostly £20 so easily suggests these are a few that have been acquired and not their main trade.


If someone steals your card and use the details for such transactions which are normally harder to be tracked (especially when you use a medium like Paypal that helps both parties hide their identities even more or provide inaccurate/fake IDs) you normally notice this in a few days times and that's enough for you to request a charge back from bank for an unauthorised transaction etc which will be flagged by Paypal. Also some users on eBay have abnormal activists. If you look at the feedbacks it may sometime help you to find a possible fraudster. A fraudster normally starts buying cheap stupid digital contents to build up their feedback (e.g eBooks, pdfs!) then they start buying expensive digital content, either psn/Xbox credits or recently released games. They do it for a short time with one account before the charge back process starts to be triggered by real card owners. Then they move to another eBay account. A fraudster is always in rush to get the code and they insist for it. Their English level is poor whilst their Paypal contact details shows different.

Bear in mind there are also thieves on eBay. Those who are not fraud but they lie. Buys the code and then says it's not working! These are not normally a concern as if they threaten for their lie, they'll normally retreat, lol.
#28
Ordered, thanks
#29
Gone for it like the little xbox-credit **** that I am :p
#30
Ordered thanks
#31
slayermatt
mixmixi
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
For buyer yes, for seller no. Hence why the guy is asking for cooling period after payment.
Makes sense, curious about what actually triggers a red flag though :p
otonytonton
9 Left
The fact he actually put in the correct amount (description states 50 so give or take the few pending order is correct) gives me some faith. Feedback is good and has only the occasional bit of £50, mostly £20 so easily suggests these are a few that have been acquired and not their main trade.


Bought a few Cards before the guys alwright
#32
mixmixi
slayermatt
mixmixi
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
For buyer yes, for seller no. Hence why the guy is asking for cooling period after payment.
Makes sense, curious about what actually triggers a red flag though :p
otonytonton
9 Left
The fact he actually put in the correct amount (description states 50 so give or take the few pending order is correct) gives me some faith. Feedback is good and has only the occasional bit of £50, mostly £20 so easily suggests these are a few that have been acquired and not their main trade.
If someone steals your card and use the details for such transactions which are normally harder to be tracked (especially when you use a medium like Paypal that helps both parties hide their identities even more or provide inaccurate/fake IDs) you normally notice this in a few days times and that's enough for you to request a charge back from bank for an unauthorised transaction etc which will be flagged by Paypal. Also some users on eBay have abnormal activists. If you look at the feedbacks it may sometime help you to find a possible fraudster. A fraudster normally starts buying cheap stupid digital contents to build up their feedback (e.g eBooks, pdfs!) then they start buying expensive digital content, either psn/Xbox credits or recently released games. They do it for a short time with one account before the charge back process starts to be triggered by real card owners. Then they move to another eBay account. A fraudster is always in rush to get the code and they insist for it. Their English level is poor whilst their Paypal contact details shows different.
Bear in mind there are also thieves on eBay. Those who are not fraud but they lie. Buys the code and then says it's not working! These are not normally a concern as if they threaten for their lie, they'll normally retreat, lol.
Interesting. Part of me reckons mine will be rejected but meh. I always pay with a different paypal account to the email on ebay (I don't buy enough to make it worthwhile making my own ebay account... maybe twice a year? so use the mothers) but as long as i find out before the sales are over I won't be too bitter.
#33
Ordered one, got £35 already in my account. That's ME Andromeda super deluxe preorder sorted.
1 Like #34
slayermatt
mixmixi
slayermatt
mixmixi
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
For buyer yes, for seller no. Hence why the guy is asking for cooling period after payment.
Makes sense, curious about what actually triggers a red flag though :p
otonytonton
9 Left
The fact he actually put in the correct amount (description states 50 so give or take the few pending order is correct) gives me some faith. Feedback is good and has only the occasional bit of £50, mostly £20 so easily suggests these are a few that have been acquired and not their main trade.
If someone steals your card and use the details for such transactions which are normally harder to be tracked (especially when you use a medium like Paypal that helps both parties hide their identities even more or provide inaccurate/fake IDs) you normally notice this in a few days times and that's enough for you to request a charge back from bank for an unauthorised transaction etc which will be flagged by Paypal. Also some users on eBay have abnormal activists. If you look at the feedbacks it may sometime help you to find a possible fraudster. A fraudster normally starts buying cheap stupid digital contents to build up their feedback (e.g eBooks, pdfs!) then they start buying expensive digital content, either psn/Xbox credits or recently released games. They do it for a short time with one account before the charge back process starts to be triggered by real card owners. Then they move to another eBay account. A fraudster is always in rush to get the code and they insist for it. Their English level is poor whilst their Paypal contact details shows different.
Bear in mind there are also thieves on eBay. Those who are not fraud but they lie. Buys the code and then says it's not working! These are not normally a concern as if they threaten for their lie, they'll normally retreat, lol.
Interesting. Part of me reckons mine will be rejected but meh. I always pay with a different paypal account to the email on ebay (I don't buy enough to make it worthwhile making my own ebay account... maybe twice a year? so use the mothers) but as long as i find out before the sales are over I won't be too bitter.


Id expect the guy takes it longer than 40 hours to release the codes for buyer. He's sold 50 codes in hour and that could be enough for anyone to ask why? Lol. I suggest one of you drop him a line and address him to this threat so at least he could know why he's been having lots of interests all of a sudden. Maybe it helps with his so called security checks!
#35
Gotta risk it for a biscuit. One ordered. Heat added. When I ordered it still said 10 available.
1 Like #36
mixmixi
slayermatt
mixmixi
slayermatt
mixmixi
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
For buyer yes, for seller no. Hence why the guy is asking for cooling period after payment.
Makes sense, curious about what actually triggers a red flag though :p
otonytonton
9 Left
The fact he actually put in the correct amount (description states 50 so give or take the few pending order is correct) gives me some faith. Feedback is good and has only the occasional bit of £50, mostly £20 so easily suggests these are a few that have been acquired and not their main trade.
If someone steals your card and use the details for such transactions which are normally harder to be tracked (especially when you use a medium like Paypal that helps both parties hide their identities even more or provide inaccurate/fake IDs) you normally notice this in a few days times and that's enough for you to request a charge back from bank for an unauthorised transaction etc which will be flagged by Paypal. Also some users on eBay have abnormal activists. If you look at the feedbacks it may sometime help you to find a possible fraudster. A fraudster normally starts buying cheap stupid digital contents to build up their feedback (e.g eBooks, pdfs!) then they start buying expensive digital content, either psn/Xbox credits or recently released games. They do it for a short time with one account before the charge back process starts to be triggered by real card owners. Then they move to another eBay account. A fraudster is always in rush to get the code and they insist for it. Their English level is poor whilst their Paypal contact details shows different.
Bear in mind there are also thieves on eBay. Those who are not fraud but they lie. Buys the code and then says it's not working! These are not normally a concern as if they threaten for their lie, they'll normally retreat, lol.
Interesting. Part of me reckons mine will be rejected but meh. I always pay with a different paypal account to the email on ebay (I don't buy enough to make it worthwhile making my own ebay account... maybe twice a year? so use the mothers) but as long as i find out before the sales are over I won't be too bitter.
Id expect the guy takes it longer than 40 hours to release the codes for buyer. He's sold 50 codes in hour and that could be enough for anyone to ask why? Lol. I suggest one of you drop him a line and address him to this threat so at least he could know why he's been having lots of interests all of a sudden. Maybe it helps with his so called security checks!
Well I must have been order 38 or so... so hopefully I should be further up the queue aha!
1 Like #37
mixmixi
slayermatt
mixmixi
slayermatt
mixmixi
DexMorgan
AStonedRaichu
frost1979
It almost seems to cheap, although I am very tempted.
Would we be protected through PayPal if something went wrong?
ebay money back guarantee.
Does that cover digital goods?
For buyer yes, for seller no. Hence why the guy is asking for cooling period after payment.
Makes sense, curious about what actually triggers a red flag though :p
otonytonton
9 Left
The fact he actually put in the correct amount (description states 50 so give or take the few pending order is correct) gives me some faith. Feedback is good and has only the occasional bit of £50, mostly £20 so easily suggests these are a few that have been acquired and not their main trade.
If someone steals your card and use the details for such transactions which are normally harder to be tracked (especially when you use a medium like Paypal that helps both parties hide their identities even more or provide inaccurate/fake IDs) you normally notice this in a few days times and that's enough for you to request a charge back from bank for an unauthorised transaction etc which will be flagged by Paypal. Also some users on eBay have abnormal activists. If you look at the feedbacks it may sometime help you to find a possible fraudster. A fraudster normally starts buying cheap stupid digital contents to build up their feedback (e.g eBooks, pdfs!) then they start buying expensive digital content, either psn/Xbox credits or recently released games. They do it for a short time with one account before the charge back process starts to be triggered by real card owners. Then they move to another eBay account. A fraudster is always in rush to get the code and they insist for it. Their English level is poor whilst their Paypal contact details shows different.
Bear in mind there are also thieves on eBay. Those who are not fraud but they lie. Buys the code and then says it's not working! These are not normally a concern as if they threaten for their lie, they'll normally retreat, lol.
Interesting. Part of me reckons mine will be rejected but meh. I always pay with a different paypal account to the email on ebay (I don't buy enough to make it worthwhile making my own ebay account... maybe twice a year? so use the mothers) but as long as i find out before the sales are over I won't be too bitter.
Id expect the guy takes it longer than 40 hours to release the codes for buyer. He's sold 50 codes in hour and that could be enough for anyone to ask why? Lol. I suggest one of you drop him a line and address him to this threat so at least he could know why he's been having lots of interests all of a sudden. Maybe it helps with his so called security checks!
Good idea, I've dropped him a message
#38
I was told by eBay that anyone selling virtual content has no protection.

If a buyer says it doesn't work they are automatically refunded.

The 48 hours won't help him. If someone bought £200 of credit, redeemed it all and then said the codes were invalid they keep the £200 credit and are refunded the £132.
Not worth selling any digital stuff on eBay imho.

I one sold a console with DLC, they redeemed all the DLC, reported the item as faulty (it was NOT faulty) and were fully refunded.

I had to pay for delivery to them, delivery back to me, final selling fee and the lost DLC.
#39
hmmm Total of fifty available... 62 sold in the last hour?
#40
Thanks OP got the last 2 =D

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