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FS: Green 4GB Apple iPod Shuffle third generation, brand new & factory sealed £50.00

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Brand new and still factory-sealed, this is Apple's latest generation iPod Shuffle - it's a 4GB in green.

The Shuffle weighs under 11 grams yet holds 1,000 songs ... lets you set up and select playlists, and even tells you the name of the song and artist if you want it to. These are £59 pretty much anywhere you look; this is absolutely brand new, and genuinely factory-sealed at just £50 including Special Delivery to your door.

NOW EXPIRED by OP.
- Carlos Sultana
Shipping/Payment:
Shipping by Special Delivery included.
Payment by bank transfer at no charge.
Payment by Paypal as a gift also accepted but incurs a £2 charge (so Paypal total is £52 including SD postage).

Looks like there's some confusion over whether PayPal gift incurs a charge - I'm certain I've been charged one before, but I'm happy to waive it - call it £50 all in, irrespective of payment method. Cheers!
- Carlos Sultana
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
i didnt think paypal gift incurred a charge
#2
no u dnt pay any charges using paypal gift
#3
xxjadexx
no u dnt pay any charges using paypal gift


thought not :)
#4
yes you do , if there is no money in paypal , there is a charge , which the sender can choose to pay himself or choose to let the recipient pay
#5
RudiBryson
yes you do , if there is no money in paypal , there is a charge , which the sender can choose to pay himself or choose to let the recipient pay


no money where in senders paypal account or buyer paypal account?
#6
well i use paypal all the time and have never been charge in 3 years of using it when i use paypal gift, and neithers the other person. u only get charged if its not paid under personal.
#7
i use paypal gift to pay for things , when i have no money in paypal , i get a charge , i also get the option to pay it my self , or let the recipient pay it .
#8
RudiBryson
yes you do , if there is no money in paypal , there is a charge , which the sender can choose to pay himself or choose to let the recipient pay


ahh, so theres no charge if theres funds there?but iv never paid a fee when funds arent in there thow, no matter how much the transaction was, just comes straight out the bank like any paypal payment, but with no charge as its a gift, maybe it depends on the card your using as when I pay for things and it comes out of my mums bak it goes thru fine, but when i pay using mine it has to be an echeque, so maybe its sumhow related
#9
RudiBryson
i use paypal gift to pay for things , when i have no money in paypal , i get a charge , i also get the option to pay it my self , or let the recipient pay it .


well i dnt have money in my paypal account when i pay for items but have never been charged. the money goes out of my bank account thats linked to paypal :oops:
#10
is this thread about paypal or the ipod? :)
#11
ah right ,well i just know i paid for some stuff , and i got a charge , i told the seller and they just said if i didnt have funds in my paypal thats why i got charged for a PPG payment , i just took there word for it, but i did get a charge thats for sure .
#12
paul1521
is this thread about paypal or the ipod? :)



i suppose its questioning the ops £2 charge , so both :thumbsup:
#13
Bigger pic OP?
#14
Sure thing - couple of URLs here:
http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a66/CarlosTheJackal/MX5%20alloys/P1020565.jpg
http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a66/CarlosTheJackal/MX5%20alloys/P1020566.jpg

Also, as people seem to be confused whether there's a PP charge or not, I'll pay it (if there is one). I think it depends entirely whether the payment's being made from PP funds or from a CC, but I barely care - it's £50 all in now, whether you pay by bank transfer or PayPal. Hope that helps!
#15
so true i got bored after the first comment lol
#16
Ok - Didn't read all the paypal stuff. I have never encoured a fee when paying with paypal gift therefore I don't think it would be fair to be charged the £2.

Would you be willing to post 1st to high feedback members since you have no feedback ?
#17
PPG only charges if you pay via card. If Paypal is linked to a bank account, there's no charge.
#18
In years of eBay/Paypal experience, the payer never incurs any charge - always the payee. I was just trying to protect myself from their usual mercenary fees, but had no idea it would cause such consternation!

Appreciate the concern with my low feedback; though Paypal does give the buyer strong cover, it offers the seller absolutely nothing, so I'm afraid I can't ship before payment is received.
#19
OK - I've expired this now. Listed on eBay in case any of you are genuinely interested, rather than keen on endlessly debating the finer points of Paypal etiquette.
banned#20
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