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£100 amazon gift voucher £95.00

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
for sale is a £100 amazon uk gift voucher i brought with a product in mind. i later didnt buy this product so in my eyes its dead money so i would sooner it go to a better home and save someone a bit of cash whos going to be buying a product anyway.
there is no need for shipping as it can be exchanged electronically. payment is preferred by cheque or money deposited into my bank account. i can supply adequate details if you want some reasurance im genuine for example my ebay usernames. other to this i can accept payment but im bit put off due to fees naturally.
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative

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I'll offer £85 by BT providing you send me the voucher before I send payment to check if it works.
hey sorry i cant sell for £90 yet alone £85 pounds. i brought this off ebay and i no for a fact they go fractional under the face value if not over face value. earlier i spotted a £30 gift voucher exceeding its value and it had a few hours left. the lowest price i would be prepared to accept is £93 by cheque say. which represents a £7 saving. if paying by paypal then i guess £94. with regards to validility i believe the expiry date is unlimited, ive redeemed this to my account so where necessary i imagine i can change the email address and set up a temporary password for yourself of which you can later change, if you already are an amazon customer i may be able to ring them and get it deposited direct to your account. i cannot give the credit before payment, but what i will do is provide you with my ebay name, and i can also do a print screen of my account section in amazon confirming the credit before you pay then once payment is cleared give you the details you require.
Sell it on ebay if you think you will get more. But you will lose on fees and listings ;)
Selling £100 for £93...(a £7 saving) is not really worth the risk for most people mate
Listing Fee £100 = £1.30
FVF £100 = £4.70
Paypal fees £100 =£3.60 (Most on Ebay will pay by PAYPAL best way of scamming you)
Total £9.60 in fees

This is assuming you don't get scammed on Ebay there seems to be a few about. Why else would someone pay for more than what a voucher is worth, so the best you would get on a £100 buy it now is £90.40 if all goes well.

I would offer £85 BT myself but someone else has already offered it(Samy26). Would take that offer if i was you. Could save a lot of messing about.
Newbie1001 is so right about this, people always say "I can get more on eBay" but really, after all the commissions which are slightly hidden from you, you get about the same as you'd get here selling it and a lot less hassle IMO.

My offer still stands.

The fact that you have redeemed the code on your account is somehow more than a small nuisance since I'd much prefer to have bought the item using my account, crediting the code to my account. If you are to give me your account, it'd have to be permanent mate, as what if the product I buy 3 months down the line develops a fault - I won't be able to return it since the order won't be on my account and I'd have to contact you blah blah. So I can imagine, that perhaps you could remove all your personal information from your Amazon account such as Debit & Credit cards, change the email address and give me the accounts password after I send payment, you can just simply make a new account for yourself.

Also, I understand why you won't be able to give me the account before I make payment so you doing a print screen shot of the credit on your account with a date stamp sounds very good :thumbsup:
hey thanks for replies guys. basically if your not a registered amazon member i can change the email to one of your choice.i have no debit cards setup on the account. it would be just like setting up an account. other to this amazon may let me transfer to another account. with regards to the ebay listing and final value fees yeh i guess you pay the fees which is why ive listed here. it is a bit bizare why people would pay over the odds for a voucher i can only think they have a paypal balance to use up. but ive been noticing it happen alot. amazon vouchers sure seem to keep there value compare to other vouchers ive seen.

i know for sure my price is competitive to that of ebay and i cant possibly go to 85 pound as i may aswell use it myself. i think i would go to £92 minimum via cheque or say £93 pound paypal credit card funded asi believe fees are less than half of other methods or you could pay me by credit card into bank account for added security. and i will also provide all proof i have this prior to you paying.
You haven't answered my question as regards to keeping the account, so will I?

Anyway - this doesn't matter anymore since you're looking for £92, good luck with the sale :thumbsup:
can you not purchase gift vouchers with this to send to family/friends, just a though as i dont know if thats possible
can you not purchase gift vouchers with this to send to family/friends, just a though as i dont know if thats possible

Well there's a thought..., that effectively means craighindle could sell the £100 Amazon voucher as a simple code rather than giving away a password and user name to his/hers account to the buyer.
hi yeh i think you could do this. ive tried to lower price as much as can tho as i dont want to lose too much on ebay prices. i hope ive answered everyones question.
Good luck with the sale, my offer of £85 still stands if you wish to proceed.

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