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400 brand new radio one bullying bands for sale with card

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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I have 400 brand new blue anti bullying bands for sale from radio 1 one life campaign with the card to tell you all the facts etc.. all still in the little plastic wallets if i get offers around £700 mark you will also recieve a brand new unopened unused Nokia mobile phone with a free 02 free 300 txts a month sim card and if i get £800 for them i will also include 2 extra gifts (which retail for £100 each) as well as the mobile.

email at [email protected] for more details or questions

i am open to sensible offers here will sell in smaller amounts but rather sell all 400 at once
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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
as a teacher in a special school i have been trying to get hold of these for the kids. i can now see why i couldn't get hold of them. shame that a worthwhile cause is just another buy and sell commodity
:(
#2
Well said, toon!! As a parent I can't believe that people are out to make money on what was originally a free product. :evil:
#3
As a student and a past victim of bullys, I find that totally wrong. Selling one or two maybe acceptable but several hundred out of only a million that were made is just wrong :evil:
#4
I agree. Many people didn't even get a chance to get one!!
#5
toon
as a teacher in a special school i have been trying to get hold of these for the kids. i can now see why i couldn't get hold of them. shame that a worthwhile cause is just another buy and sell commodity
:(

I agree, these weren't originally produced for people to make money. They were made to help people become aware of a very serious problem, which has been the most affecting cause of ill health + suicide, from childhood to adulthood.

Concidering these wristbands were given out freely, with no charge, makes it even more unethical.
#6
£700 for 400 rubber bands?

aside from the ethics, bloody hell
#7
£700 for 400 rubber bands?

aside from the ethics, bloody hell

A few things to say:

1) I agree, LOL. 400 would be the highest price if you were even going to THINK of getting your money back for them!!

2) Do you think the original poster is even going to be reading these comment, or was it just a hit-and-run post?

3) This thread's getting way too much attention!!

:evil: FINAL WORD :evil:

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