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FS Nintendo DS Lite - Red £70.00

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Having to move house, so i'll be listing a few things probably in next couple of weeks. First up, my Red DS Lite, bought at christmas, and if im honest, I used it for a couple of weeks, and have no…
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months agoFeedback:10 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Having to move house, so i'll be listing a few things probably in next couple of weeks.

First up, my Red DS Lite, bought at christmas, and if im honest, I used it for a couple of weeks, and have not used it since, so it is in fine condition still.

Still with original box, instructions, spare stylus & charger.
Shipping/Payment:
Payment by Paypal or BT please, or even cash on collection if you wish.

£70 price includes special delivery

£65 cash on collection

£67 recorded 2nd class

WARNING - NO RECORDED DELIVERY OPTION AVAILABLE. ONLY SPECIAL DELIVERY OR CASH ON COLLECTION.
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months agoFeedback:10 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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banned#1
pics? also if purchased xmas do you have receipt for warranty? and finally sending it recorded will not cover you for loss of £67
#3


Top one I would not trust and second is expired. Although agree for second hand old DS should be far lower. Maybe worth dropping the price.
#4
sassie
pics? also if purchased xmas do you have receipt for warranty? and finally sending it recorded will not cover you for loss of £67


It was bought for me from my own workplace, so a copy of the receipt is no problem if needed. I know recorded doesnt cover the full cost of £67, but im just giving people options, as some people like to trust royal mail to deliver items. Basically if someone wants to save that few quid, they can, at their own risk i guess.
#5
blanka
Top one I would not trust and second is expired. Although agree for second hand old DS should be far lower. Maybe worth dropping the price.


Ordered loads of things from Deal extreme, second one didn't realise it had expired appologies.:oops:
banned#6
MoneyTrain81
It was bought for me from my own workplace, so a copy of the receipt is no problem if needed. I know recorded doesnt cover the full cost of £67, but im just giving people options, as some people like to trust royal mail to deliver items. Basically if someone wants to save that few quid, they can, at their own risk i guess.


it doesnt work like that, it is your responsibilty until buyer takes receipt, also pics will help
#7
blanka
Top one I would not trust and second is expired. Although agree for second hand old DS should be far lower. Maybe worth dropping the price.


I'll consider dropping the price . . . Just won't be doing that quite so soon :)
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sassie
it doesnt work like that, it is your responsibilty until buyer takes receipt


I think i can offer recorded delivery if i want to. My responsibility or not, the buyer would be choosing the postage option by their own free will meaning that they knowingly would only be covered up to £39 of the price they pay if they chose recorded.

If the worst happened and the item did not arrive somehow, then the buyer would knowingly be entitled to £39 back as they chose that option themselves.
banned#9
i will not be posting on here other than to say if you cannot follow the fs rules then maybe you should be selling elswhere, from the rules as you obvioulsy havent read them

(13) Goods remain the responsibility of the seller until the buyer takes possession and affirms they are okay. For this reason be honest in your descriptions and include original photos so the buyer knows what they are getting! Also, use a form of insured and signed for delivery to ensure any shipping/delivery mishaps will be covered.
#10
Can I see bigger pics please
#11
sassie
i will not be posting on here other than to say if you cannot follow the fs rules then maybe you should be selling elswhere, from the rules as you obvioulsy havent read them


wow, a more friendly attitude wouldn't hurt.
#12
sassie
i will not be posting on here other than to say if you cannot follow the fs rules then maybe you should be selling elswhere, from the rules as you obvioulsy havent read them

(13) Goods remain the responsibility of the seller until the buyer takes possession and affirms they are okay. For this reason be honest in your descriptions and include original photos so the buyer knows what they are getting! Also, use a form of insured and signed for delivery to ensure any shipping/delivery mishaps will be covered.


Ah, i guess offering special delivery doesn't cover anything then? . . . . Was recorded the only option i put on the listing?

And not once did i absolve myself of responsibility for the item, so don't suggest i did.

But as obviously it's offended you, i will take the recorded delivery option off.
#13
sassie
it doesnt work like that, it is your responsibilty until buyer takes receipt, also pics will help


That's easier said than done. Knocking down the postage costs is a standard ploy to get the price down on here, why should the seller have to be responsible for the buyer's frugality?
#14
MoneyTrain81
If the worst happened and the item did not arrive somehow, then the buyer would knowingly be entitled to £39 back as they chose that option themselves.


Sassie's trying to help you out here, the responsibility for ensuring the item arrives is with the seller so (god forbid) if the item did go missing the buyer would be entitled to a full refund and you would be entitled to claim £39 from Royal Mail.

(13) Goods remain the responsibility of the seller until the buyer takes possession and affirms they are okay.

The risk is entirely yours.
#15
hexen
Can I see bigger pics please


http://i109.photobucket.com/albums/n48/snoogans81/P21-05-09_1310.jpg
banned#16
MoneyTrain81
I think i can offer recorded delivery if i want to. My responsibility or not, the buyer would be choosing the postage option by their own free will meaning that they knowingly would only be covered up to £39 of the price they pay if they chose recorded.

If the worst happened and the item did not arrive somehow, then the buyer would knowingly be entitled to £39 back as they chose that option themselves.


MoneyTrain81
Ah, i guess offering special delivery doesn't cover anything then? . . . . Was recorded the only option i put on the listing?

And not once did i absolve myself of responsibility for the item, so don't suggest i did.

But as obviously it's offended you, i will take the recorded delivery option off.



i was trying to be helpful by making you aware that recorded would not cover you, yuor response seems to show it wouldnt matter as the buyer would be aware of this, i was celarly showing you that hukd doesnt work like this, no offence taken here as i dont wish to buy was only trying to help a newer seller out here, hopefully now the buyer will see they are not covered and you wouldnt have been refunding more than £39, so my job is done
#17
Flodd
Sassie's trying to help you out here, the responsibility for ensuring the item arrives is with the seller so (god forbid) if the item did go missing the buyer would be entitled to a full refund and you would be entitled to claim £39 from Royal Mail.

(13) Goods remain the responsibility of the seller until the buyer takes possession and affirms they are okay.

The risk is entirely yours.


As someone else posted, trying to help or not, a little friendlier attitude would not go amiss when trying to help someone. Barreling in and being frankly snippy does not make anyone happy.
#18
would u post first due to low feedback??
#19
I'm also interested to know if you'd be willing to post first?
#20
hexen
I'm also interested to know if you'd be willing to post first?


I can't see why not . . . . Though im off out soon and wont be getting back on here til tomorrow sometime :)
#21
I'll offer £55 on that basis
#22
any marks on screens?
#23
collection from?
#24
francescaseaman
I'll offer £55 on that basis


Will hold out for more than that for now thanks :thumbsup:
#25
128plant
any marks on screens?


Nope, protector on the bottom screen also.
#26
kamy187
collection from?


Collection is from Chorley in Lancashire
#27
When does the warranty expire on this?
#28
£50 collected?
#29
kamy187
£50 collected?


Sorry, can't do that. A friend has offered me £70 for it now, so i'll be taking him up on that offer. . . . And expiring the thread :thumbsup:
#30
MoneyTrain81;5305307
Sorry, can't do that. A friend has offered me £70 for it now, so i'll be taking him up on that offer. . . . And expiring the thread :thumbsup:


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