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#1
I believe E-vouchers especially Amazon only have a value up .01p, so don't fit the rules as they cannot be exchange in a tangible fashion.
#2
I've just had my thread locked, I wish you were allowed to sell vouchers on here to. Does AV Forums let you sell it there?
#3
Trish2009 - can you please upload a photo of the actual voucher so show it's a tangible item in line with forum rules - if this is an electronic voucher then they cannot be sold on the forums and sales feedback does not apply - please send uploaded image via the link to the right of this post

Prohibited Trades. The following items must not be listed.

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*Vouchers with minimum spend, next to no resale value or available in electronic format only

Did you read the mod response Trish2009.

Report your thread with pictures of the items, do you the fit within the rules?
#4
Its a evoucher adam so it dont fit in with the rules :(
#5
Adam2050
I believe E-vouchers especially Amazon only have a value up .01p, so don't fit the rules as they cannot be exchange in a tangible fashion.


That's ridiculous though, that's like saying the value of a £50 note is the worth of the paper it's printed on.
#6
n1ck09
Adam2050
I believe E-vouchers especially Amazon only have a value up .01p, so don't fit the rules as they cannot be exchange in a tangible fashion.
That's ridiculous though, that's like saying the value of a £50 note is the worth of the paper it's printed on.

Not really e-vouchers are usually non-transferable (so i'm told), and on another note are a scammers paradise.
#7
Can't believe that they're non-transferable when I expect the majority of them are bought to be given as gifts.

I'd be interested if a mod could clarify the reasoning of this rule.
banned#8
Physical vouchers may be resold, whilst those solely in electronic format are not permitted. However a buyer may choose to receive the item/code via pm/email, but we'd expect to see proof of the item in possession at time of listing.

It's really a barrier put in place to make it less attractive to potential scammers. Codes can be picked up via email with no real link to a delivery address.

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