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Athlon X2 3800+ Dual Core Socket 939 OEM SOLD

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1d, 4m agoPosted 1 decade, 4 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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1d, 4m agoPosted 1 decade, 4 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Not saying you are a fraudster magicplastic but we did have some trouble lately. Any potential purchasers should contact the seller via eBay's message system to confirm it is indeed the same person as here. It's just normal procedure to check that the feedback belongs to the person you're dealing with.

I'm sure everything is okay though. :)
#2
not meaning to rain on your parade or nothing but u can get a brand new 3800+ X2 retail for about £105

so for a OEM it should be slightly cheaper?

sorry just pointing it out
#3
http://ebuyer.com/UK/product/94640/rb/20711513723

Brand new, retail and from a trusted company.
#4
fps_kyle
http://ebuyer.com/UK/product/94640/rb/20711513723

Brand new, retail and from a trusted company.

Komplett and other E-tailers have it for £100 retail version 8)
#5
eBuyer are okay... :?
#6
duckmagicuk2
eBuyer are okay... :?


...:shock:
#7
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Yeah, I agree with duckmagic, eBuyer are OK. And yes, I used their RMA procedure a couple of times. It is slow and inefficient but at the end I got my money back.
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#8
Kommunist
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Yeah, I agree with duckmagic, eBuyer are OK. And yes, I used their RMA procedure a couple of times. It is slow and inefficient but at the end I got my money back.
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I am pleased someone did. I made a purchase of a motherboard and cpu bundle costing over £70. The board was knackered but because it took a while for me to get all the parts together for the build it was about 5 weeks after I bought it that I found this out.

Ebuyer refused point blank to have anything to do with me because they stated it was past their 31 day policy. WHAT A LOAD OF B*LLO***!!

They told me I had to take it up with the manufacturer, I threatened them with legal action stating that I made the purchase from Ebuyer and my contract was binding to Ebuyer, not a third party. They still kept on babbling on how it was nothing to do with them. The manufcturer was Foxconn who in turn told me to get lost and take it up with Ebuyer who again told me to naff off. I ended up selling the CPU out of the bundle for just £19 after P&P costs.

So YES EBUYER ARE DODGY!!

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