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XBOX One Bundle Including 5 Games only £325.98 Inc Delivery @ eBay / migenie

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My Asda order got canceled so was looking around for another one. Seems like a good deal... Games included: MGS V: Ground Zeroes, Titanfall, Battlefield 4, Wolfenstein and Forza 5 Read More
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My Asda order got canceled so was looking around for another one. Seems like a good deal...

Games included:
MGS V: Ground Zeroes,
Titanfall,
Battlefield 4,
Wolfenstein and Forza 5
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#1
cracking deal - thanks
#2
Good deal but the games are all £15 or less, still good though if you manage to sell them all the Xbox becomes a lot cheaper
#3
This has been posted before and removed. Beware.
#4
Aren't these games all download copies too? Sure they are when I've seen this selection before
1 Like #5
My post got removed last night for some ridiculous reason, as did a couple of others before me.

Edited By: ColinB1984 on Dec 09, 2014 16:17
#6
iCoxyyyy
Aren't these games all download copies too? Sure they are when I've seen this selection before

Even if so, you'll get £80 for them on eBay no problem if you don't wish to keep any of them, making the console itself less than £250.

Edited By: ColinB1984 on Dec 09, 2014 16:13
#7
ColinB1984
iCoxyyyy
Aren't these games all download copies too? Sure they are when I've seen this selection before

Even if so, you'll get £80 for them on eBay no problem if you don't wish to keep any of them, making the console itself less than £250.
Very true, just worth noting if people were expecting actual discs they were planning to trade in
1 Like #8
iCoxyyyy
ColinB1984
iCoxyyyy
Aren't these games all download copies too? Sure they are when I've seen this selection before

Even if so, you'll get £80 for them on eBay no problem if you don't wish to keep any of them, making the console itself less than £250.
Very true, just worth noting if people were expecting actual discs they were planning to trade in

Yeah, fair enough buddy.
#9
My was taken down last night to,
But to confirm all 5 games are physical games as I sent a message to them yesterday and got a reply.
#10
I also messaged them today and they are hard copies. I think it's a very good deal.
#11
All gone for now.
#12
OOS plus 190 sold and not one feedback for any of them, very suspect!
banned#13
Do people not get the hint if previous postings of this has been removed? Do people need to keep posting it?
#14
fowler002
Do people not get the hint if previous postings of this has been removed? Do people need to keep posting it?

?
1 Like #15
plumberman01
fowler002
Do people not get the hint if previous postings of this has been removed? Do people need to keep posting it?


?


It was removed from HUKD a couple of times which is why I linked to this thread from the wiiu one
#16
philjstephenson
OOS plus 190 sold and not one feedback for any of them, very suspect!



Most likely a hacked account although people should still get their money back eventually.
#17
I thought eBay deals were not allowed unless of course you are one of the big boys where by for some reason everyone treats them differently and everyone accepts that....
1 Like #18
philjstephenson
OOS plus 190 sold and not one feedback for any of them, very suspect!

Fast delivery good to do business with r***r ( 383Teal star icon for Feedback score between 100 to 499) During past month
BRAND NEW SEALED SAMSUNG GALAXY S5 G900F - 16GB WHITE (#111494523040) £339.99 View Item

BRAND NEW SEALED APPLE IPHONE 6 GOLD 16GB SMART PHONE FACTORY UNLOCKED (#111485591376) £469.99

they sold a lot.

Items Sold: 41052 (27.22%) Total Revenue: €1,604,666.38 + €134,070.79 shipping
Items Not Sold: 109748 Lost Revenue: €1,825,379.86 + €144,232.73 shipping



Edited By: Henlans on Dec 09, 2014 18:56
1 Like #19
Bit sceptical that a vendor who largely deals in clothes has suddenly got his mitts on 190 xbox ones.Assuming they are legit there wouldn't be any feedback yet though because nobody would have received them yet.I got in touch and was told delivery Monday.
#20
Henlans
philjstephenson
OOS plus 190 sold and not one feedback for any of them, very suspect!

Fast delivery good to do business with r***r ( 383Teal star icon for Feedback score between 100 to 499) During past month
BRAND NEW SEALED SAMSUNG GALAXY S5 G900F - 16GB WHITE (#111494523040) £339.99 View Item

BRAND NEW SEALED APPLE IPHONE 6 GOLD 16GB SMART PHONE FACTORY UNLOCKED (#111485591376) £469.99

they sold a lot.

Items Sold: 41052 (27.22%) Total Revenue: €1,604,666.38 + €134,070.79 shipping
Items Not Sold: 109748 Lost Revenue: €1,825,379.86 + €144,232.73 shipping



im hoping they are as i think ive got bargains :) thanks xx
#21
hes sold over 800 vitas.
#22
Henlans
hes sold over 800 vitas.

omg heres hoping..hes left me feedback so all going as usualy :)
#23
Henlans
hes sold over 800 vitas.

Yet hasn't received feedback on one of them. :{
#24
has this seller now all of a sudden been approved on here?

plenty deals deleted over the last couple of days
#25
philjstephenson
OOS plus 190 sold and not one feedback for any of them, very suspect!

and 1 hour later he's found another 90 odd!
#26
Difficult to say who's scamming who but I spotted a negative in the feedback for a Samsung phone that tuned up as an empty box. A couple of years selling tat to build up a seemingly genuine account to do one huge christmas scam could still pay off. Maybe I'm just too suspicious but I'd be wary about this seller.
#27
Hot, games are decent too.
#28
This is their website - http://www.migenie.co.uk/

Seems legit, but they dont have hardly any stock, probably just loaded it on ebay.

Strange how they are selling xboxs, ps4s wii, vita etc
#29
Some right paranoid numpties on here. Yes, it's all well and good to be cautious, but to some on here unless the deal is with Amazon they simply don't want to know.

The seller has been a member on eBay since 2011 and has a ton of positive feedback. It seems that to begin with his shop sold clothes but that has since expanded into electrical stuff amongst other things. Nobody has left feedback for their consoles yet simply because the seller only started to list this deal over the weekend and therefore nobody would have received there item yet, it's as simple as that really.

Edited By: ColinB1984 on Dec 09, 2014 20:15
#30
KendallC
Difficult to say who's scamming who but I spotted a negative in the feedback for a Samsung phone that tuned up as an empty box. A couple of years selling tat to build up a seemingly genuine account to do one huge christmas scam could still pay off. Maybe I'm just too suspicious but I'd be wary about this seller.

One negative about an empty box - And it couldn't possibly be a buyer trying to scam the seller into giving a refund for an item he very much received? I can't see the seller being stupid enough to send hundreds of empty boxes, not when PayPal are involved.

Jesus, some people.
#31
ColinB1984
Some right paranoid numpties on here. Yes, it's all well and good to be cautious, but to some on here unless the deal is with Amazon they simply don't want to know.

The seller has been a member on eBay since 2011 and has a ton of positive feedback. It seems that to begin with his shop sold clothes but that has since expanded into electrical stuff amongst other things. Nobody has left feedback for their consoles yet simply because the seller only started to list this deal over the weekend and therefore nobody would have received there item yet, it's as simple as that really.

Have you bought anything off them ?
#32
dontasciime
ColinB1984
Some right paranoid numpties on here. Yes, it's all well and good to be cautious, but to some on here unless the deal is with Amazon they simply don't want to know.

The seller has been a member on eBay since 2011 and has a ton of positive feedback. It seems that to begin with his shop sold clothes but that has since expanded into electrical stuff amongst other things. Nobody has left feedback for their consoles yet simply because the seller only started to list this deal over the weekend and therefore nobody would have received there item yet, it's as simple as that really.

Have you bought anything off them ?

Yes, an iPhone at the beginning of last month.
#33
ColinB1984
dontasciime
ColinB1984
Some right paranoid numpties on here. Yes, it's all well and good to be cautious, but to some on here unless the deal is with Amazon they simply don't want to know.

The seller has been a member on eBay since 2011 and has a ton of positive feedback. It seems that to begin with his shop sold clothes but that has since expanded into electrical stuff amongst other things. Nobody has left feedback for their consoles yet simply because the seller only started to list this deal over the weekend and therefore nobody would have received there item yet, it's as simple as that really.

Have you bought anything off them ?

Yes, an iPhone at the beginning of last month.

That's a good sign then but still it's better to be safe than sorry when you can see some of the deals and prices are rather generous from a source that can easily have an account hijacked. It should stop and make you a little cautious, if it does not then you have no business owning a Credit/Debit/Paypal account.
#34
My post was removed re this listing because of the seller's feeback.

Over moderation in compensation for the 247 electronics deal posted on this site
#35
ColinB1984
KendallC
Difficult to say who's scamming who but I spotted a negative in the feedback for a Samsung phone that tuned up as an empty box. A couple of years selling tat to build up a seemingly genuine account to do one huge christmas scam could still pay off. Maybe I'm just too suspicious but I'd be wary about this seller.

One negative about an empty box - And it couldn't possibly be a buyer trying to scam the seller into giving a refund for an item he very much received? I can't see the seller being stupid enough to send hundreds of empty boxes, not when PayPal are involved.

Jesus, some people.

Look pal I'm just trying to help by pointing out something that people may have missed and if you bothered to even read my post properly you'll see I started by saying it's not easy to say who's scamming who. Further digging found comments about items advertised as UK stock turning out to be eastern Euro grey imports amongst other things. As mentioned already, the lack of positive feedback given the amount of high value items sold is very odd.

Now unless you want to add something factual that others can verify to help back this up as a genuine offer then maybe you should should just put a sock in it and let people look into it and decide for themselves.
#36
KendallC
ColinB1984
KendallC
Difficult to say who's scamming who but I spotted a negative in the feedback for a Samsung phone that tuned up as an empty box. A couple of years selling tat to build up a seemingly genuine account to do one huge christmas scam could still pay off. Maybe I'm just too suspicious but I'd be wary about this seller.

One negative about an empty box - And it couldn't possibly be a buyer trying to scam the seller into giving a refund for an item he very much received? I can't see the seller being stupid enough to send hundreds of empty boxes, not when PayPal are involved.

Jesus, some people.

Look pal I'm just trying to help by pointing out something that people may have missed and if you bothered to even read my post properly you'll see I started by saying it's not easy to say who's scamming who. Further digging found comments about items advertised as UK stock turning out to be eastern Euro grey imports amongst other things. As mentioned already, the lack of positive feedback given the amount of high value items sold is very odd.

Now unless you want to add something factual that others can verify to help back this up as a genuine offer then maybe you should should just put a sock in it and let people look into it and decide for themselves.

I purchased an iPad from the seller that was genuine. Fact. I received it 4 or 5 days after I made payment. Fact. I was very happy with both it and the service from the seller. Fact. He or she has got very close to 99% feedback from over 26,000 transactions on eBay. Fact.


Edited By: ColinB1984 on Dec 09, 2014 21:29
#37
ColinB1984
KendallC
ColinB1984
KendallC
Difficult to say who's scamming who but I spotted a negative in the feedback for a Samsung phone that tuned up as an empty box. A couple of years selling tat to build up a seemingly genuine account to do one huge christmas scam could still pay off. Maybe I'm just too suspicious but I'd be wary about this seller.

One negative about an empty box - And it couldn't possibly be a buyer trying to scam the seller into giving a refund for an item he very much received? I can't see the seller being stupid enough to send hundreds of empty boxes, not when PayPal are involved.

Jesus, some people.

Look pal I'm just trying to help by pointing out something that people may have missed and if you bothered to even read my post properly you'll see I started by saying it's not easy to say who's scamming who. Further digging found comments about items advertised as UK stock turning out to be eastern Euro grey imports amongst other things. As mentioned already, the lack of positive feedback given the amount of high value items sold is very odd.

Now unless you want to add something factual that others can verify to help back this up as a genuine offer then maybe you should should just put a sock in it and let people look into it and decide for themselves.

I purchased an iPad from the seller that was genuine. Fact. I received it 4 or 5 days after I made payment. Fact. I was very happy with both it and the service from the seller. Fact.

Again if you read my post I said something factual that others can verify. This may well be a genuine deal, you however have added nothing to make be believe so.
#38
KendallC
ColinB1984
KendallC
ColinB1984
KendallC
Difficult to say who's scamming who but I spotted a negative in the feedback for a Samsung phone that tuned up as an empty box. A couple of years selling tat to build up a seemingly genuine account to do one huge christmas scam could still pay off. Maybe I'm just too suspicious but I'd be wary about this seller.

One negative about an empty box - And it couldn't possibly be a buyer trying to scam the seller into giving a refund for an item he very much received? I can't see the seller being stupid enough to send hundreds of empty boxes, not when PayPal are involved.

Jesus, some people.

Look pal I'm just trying to help by pointing out something that people may have missed and if you bothered to even read my post properly you'll see I started by saying it's not easy to say who's scamming who. Further digging found comments about items advertised as UK stock turning out to be eastern Euro grey imports amongst other things. As mentioned already, the lack of positive feedback given the amount of high value items sold is very odd.

Now unless you want to add something factual that others can verify to help back this up as a genuine offer then maybe you should should just put a sock in it and let people look into it and decide for themselves.

I purchased an iPad from the seller that was genuine. Fact. I received it 4 or 5 days after I made payment. Fact. I was very happy with both it and the service from the seller. Fact.

Again if you read my post I said something factual that others can verify. This may well be a genuine deal, you however have added nothing to make be believe so.

You won't believe it no matter what anyone say's, so why even both commenting?
#39
And now there's tons more in stock...
#40
ColinB1984
KendallC
ColinB1984
KendallC
Difficult to say who's scamming who but I spotted a negative in the feedback for a Samsung phone that tuned up as an empty box. A couple of years selling tat to build up a seemingly genuine account to do one huge christmas scam could still pay off. Maybe I'm just too suspicious but I'd be wary about this seller.

One negative about an empty box - And it couldn't possibly be a buyer trying to scam the seller into giving a refund for an item he very much received? I can't see the seller being stupid enough to send hundreds of empty boxes, not when PayPal are involved.

Jesus, some people.

Look pal I'm just trying to help by pointing out something that people may have missed and if you bothered to even read my post properly you'll see I started by saying it's not easy to say who's scamming who. Further digging found comments about items advertised as UK stock turning out to be eastern Euro grey imports amongst other things. As mentioned already, the lack of positive feedback given the amount of high value items sold is very odd.

Now unless you want to add something factual that others can verify to help back this up as a genuine offer then maybe you should should just put a sock in it and let people look into it and decide for themselves.

I purchased an iPad from the seller that was genuine. Fact. I received it 4 or 5 days after I made payment. Fact. I was very happy with both it and the service from the seller. Fact. He or she has got very close to 99% feedback from over 26,000 transactions on eBay. Fact.



I thought you bought an iPhone from them?

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