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FS Playstation vta with 2 games and 8gb memory card less than a week old £220.00

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fruman233y, 2d agoPosted 3 years, 2 days agoFeedback:59 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
For sale is my ps vita, bought only last week, but having serious cash problems at the moment.

As you'd expect it's in mint condition, comes with the 8gb stick, f1 2011 and fifa football

price includes special delivery, i'll get pics up later tonight.
Location:
Kirkcaldy
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fruman233y, 2d agoPosted 3 years, 2 days agoFeedback:59 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
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fruman23#1
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loopy_lew#2
Think you will struggle a liitle. Vita on it's own is £189.95 at the moment, brand new.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ps-vita-wi-fi-only-189-95-zavvi-with-code-1176644
fruman23#3
Ehh no? Lol

Serious offers considered
fruman23#4
No, paid 30 for it last week not splitting for the time being
kev_u8701r#5
Hmv replay app trade prices

Vita £155.00

Fifa £21.00

F1 £16.00

Get back to me if to decide to split cheers
Aeschylus#6
Where did yo get it from mate? as you will probably be able to return it, definately will if bought online
fruman23#7
kev_u8701r
Hmv replay app trade prices

Vita £155.00

Fifa £21.00

F1 £16.00

Get back to me if to decide to split cheers


prices mean nothing to me, can get more elsewhere just thought i'd try here first
fruman23#8
Pointless comment, why settle for hmv simple person prices, when you know fine well the stuff is worth more, happy to consider offers, but dont take the mick.
gmdlogan#9
Cex only give £131 for the Vita! Thats scandelous. Glad i got my £210 from good ol Gamestation before all hell broke loose.
fruman23#10
bump

£230 anyone?
fruman23#11
£220?
kev_u8701r#12
What would you accept for f1 ?
fanpages 1 Like #13
fruman23
No, paid 30 for it last week not splitting for the time being


Which member were you replying to here? They seem to have removed their comment.

Aeschylus
Where did yo get it from mate? as you will probably be able to return it, definately will if bought online


Purchasing via mail order & purchasing in person are two different activities each with their own regulations enforceable by law.

If you bought by mail order you can just refuse to take the goods under the Distance Selling Regulations (without giving a reason why) as you have not had sight of them prior to purchase.

You have a seven day "cooling off" period in which to return them (that commences the day after delivery). This is applicable to both new & second-hand goods. You are entitled to a full refund (excluding your own costs in returning them to the retailer).

I have commented on the Sale of Goods Act 1979 & Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 in a previous thread:
[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ps3-guitar-hero-world-tour-full-ban/311354?p=4220422 ]

An individual high street retailer, or mail order merchant, may operate their own respective policy that offers a longer duration for refund/exchange, or better consume protection, than the legal minimum.

If in any doubt, enquire on an exchange policy at the point of sale.

Just for the sake of completeness, a high street retailer is not required (by law) to refund your payment if returning an unwanted item. If there is a fault with it, the retailer is quite within their rights to exchange for a similar item. If a refund is requested, that will be at the discretion of their own policies, the Store Manager you speak to, or the original conditions of the sale. If you insist on returning the item, you will only be entitled to a credit note at the same retailer. There is no obligation to refund any, or all, of the original purchase price at all.

If an item is not fit for purpose (such as is not as described) then a refund can be expected (& must be given if requested).

kev_u8701r
What would you accept for f1 ?


If you are considering splitting, I may be interested in both the 8GB memory stick &/or the "FIFA Football" title depending on your expectations on price & the condition of the items.

BFN,

fp.
fruman23 1 Like #14
Hi mate, both items are as they would be as if bought new, should someone be interested in the vita, then id split.

Edited By: fruman23 on Apr 07, 2012 11:04
fanpages#15
fruman23
Hi mate, both items are as they would be as if bought new, should someone be interested in the vita, then id split.


Did you buy "FIFA Football" new from a retailer?

[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/wanted-fifa-vita-1174945?p=14056347 ]
fruman23#16
Did i say that?

No, although it's in new condition, so it would be the same as buying new, makes no odds whether i bought it preowned or not, it can still be passed as new, you wouldn't be losing any features etc when bought preowne
fanpages#17
fruman23
Did i say that?

No, although it's in new condition, so it would be the same as buying new, makes no odds whether i bought it preowned or not, it can still be passed as new, you wouldn't be losing any features etc when bought preowne


No you didn't say that. Hence, why I asked.

I do not wish to buy something that has passed through two parties already, thank you.

Good luck with your sale.

BFN,

fp.
kev_u8701r#18
F1 ??
fruman23#19
Right seperate prices are

Vita and 8gb stick £200 delivered
Fifa £21 delivered
F1 2011 £23 delivered
fruman23#20
Happy to sell the whole lot for £220 though, incase anyone decides to nitpick as to why im charging more selling as a split package!

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