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For Sale: 2100 Microsoft Points £14.50

K1LLER HORNET Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months agoFeedback:36 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
2100 Microsoft Points - delivered via PM
Shipping/Payment:
PayPal Gift
Location:
Kingsbury, London
K1LLER HORNET Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months agoFeedback:36 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
wanted or for sale?
#2
I'll offer £13 if you'll do bank transfer to save on PayPal fees
#3
Sorry, I have 2100MSP for sale.

PayPal Gift - photo of the card/code delivered via PM/email.

@ wpunter
Srry, £13 is too low.

# There are no fee's if you send payment via PayPal Gift.

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Mar 09, 2011 01:08
#4
No probs. There is a fee for paying by PayPal gift hence why people insist on being paid by it rather than a straight PayPal payment.
#5
wpunter
No probs. There is a fee for paying by PayPal gift hence why people insist on being paid by it rather than a straight PayPal payment.


Contradiction much?
#6
Contradiction? Where? When a seller receives payment via PayPal they pay a fee to receive the money. Understandably sellers don't like that and, off of Ebay, can request payment via PayPal Gift. Who do you think pays for the fee? Next time you pay for something via PayPal Gift check how much you ACTUALLY pay. You pay the amount you intend to pay PLUS a fee. Surely you don't expect a poor, lowly company like PayPal to work for nowt?
#7
tomwatts
wpunter
No probs. There is a fee for paying by PayPal gift hence why people insist on being paid by it rather than a straight PayPal payment.


Contradiction much?


Brilliant :D

Price Lowered to £14.50.
#8
wpunter
Contradiction? Where? When a seller receives payment via PayPal they pay a fee to receive the money. Understandably sellers don't like that and, off of Ebay, can request payment via PayPal Gift. Who do you think pays for the fee? Next time you pay for something via PayPal Gift check how much you ACTUALLY pay. You pay the amount you intend to pay PLUS a fee. Surely you don't expect a poor, lowly company like PayPal to work for nowt?


You only have to pay the fee if you pay by credit/debit card. To avoid paying the fee, you can link your bank account to your paypal and whenever you use paypal gift select your bank account as your funding source.
#9
LittleRedRidingHood


You only have to pay the fee if you pay by credit/debit card. To avoid paying the fee, you can link your bank account to your paypal and whenever you use paypal gift select your bank account as your funding source.


Ah! Never knew that, thanks for the heads up :-)
#10
Bump.

Can't believe nobody is after Microsoft Points... :{
#11
Bump.
#12
Ill give you £14 for it ?
#13
cbwudang
Ill give you £14 for it ?


ok deal.

taken to pm.
#14
payment received.
code sent.

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