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Star Wars Trilogy IV, V and VI Blu-ray £22.00

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4y, 7m agoPosted 4 years, 7 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
For sale is a brand new, sealed copy of Star Wars trilogy IV V & VI. Postage & Packaging included in the price

Sold - And for a great price too
- krazykizza
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4y, 7m agoPosted 4 years, 7 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
http://i55.tinypic.com/9kt7jm.jpg
#2
Any trades?
#3
Adam2050
Any trades?

No, sorry
#4
Is this a promo one or regular? If promo, £17?
#5
spartacus101
Is this a promo one or regular? If promo, £17?

Hi, not sure what you mean by promo - But I got this with my Surround Sound if that's what you mean

Sorry won't do 17.
#6
krazykizza
spartacus101
Is this a promo one or regular? If promo, £17?

Hi, not sure what you mean by promo - But I got this with my Surround Sound if that's what you mean

Sorry won't do 17.
Yes, that's what I meant. Can pick these up for £20 at CEX, so thought £17 a fair deal?

Edited By: spartacus101 on Jan 20, 2012 23:41
#7
£19?

To include delivery?

"gulp" and delivered first?

Lmk

Edited By: whohasmyname on Jan 20, 2012 23:50
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spartacus101
krazykizza
spartacus101
Is this a promo one or regular? If promo, £17?

Hi, not sure what you mean by promo - But I got this with my Surround Sound if that's what you mean

Sorry won't do 17.
Yes, that's what I meant. Can pick these up for £20 at CEX, so thought £17 a fair deal?

Then go get it from CEX. It's already a fair price, not budging :P
#9
whohasmyname
£19?

To include delivery?

"gulp" and delivered first?

Lmk

By delivered first do you mean first class post, or receiving the item before making payment?
#10
Hi

I meant £19 to include p and p. and due to your lack of feedback I would make payment once the item had been received.

However I now see you you are unwilling to budge on price so I too will "go get it from CEX".

Good luck with the sale.
#11
whohasmyname
Hi

I meant £19 to include p and p. and due to your lack of feedback I would make payment once the item had been received.

However I now see you you are unwilling to budge on price so I too will "go get it from CEX".

Good luck with the sale.

That's a bit of a mick take mate. Yes I know I have no feedback but as you can see from my profile I'm a very active deal poster and commenter. You wouldn't buy an item on eBay and pay for it after you receive it.

I wouldn't sell to you even if you offered me double.
#12
Mods please close this thread, its obviously only attracting people who want to take the micky.

I'll stick it on eBay instead.
4 Likes #13
krazykizza
Mods please close this thread, its obviously only attracting people who want to take the micky.

I'll stick it on eBay instead.


You've got a poor attitude, which doesn't bode well for you as a seller. I appreciate you're new, but it should be fairly obvious as to why people are asking you to post first. It's commonplace on here for sellers with little or no feedback to be asked to post first. You can politely decline, but calling people 'mickey-takers' isn't fair. This isn't eBay, the protection of Paypal isn't offered to the buyer since everyone uses Bank Transfer or Paypal Gift- so paying you upfront puts all the risk on the buyer.

It's worth bearing these things in mind, should you try selling again in future. You'll inevitably be asked to post first again for the first few things you sell.
#14
Raoflmffaato :)




krazykizza
whohasmyname
Hi

I meant £19 to include p and p. and due to your lack of feedback I would make payment once the item had been received.

However I now see you you are unwilling to budge on price so I too will "go get it from CEX".

Good luck with the sale.

That's a bit of a mick take mate. Yes I know I have no feedback but as you can see from my profile I'm a very active deal poster and commenter. You wouldn't buy an item on eBay and pay for it after you receive it.

I wouldn't sell to you even if you offered me double.
1 Like #15
I'd give you £22 for the dummy you've just spat out.
#16
cookiemonster83
krazykizza
Mods please close this thread, its obviously only attracting people who want to take the micky.

I'll stick it on eBay instead.


You've got a poor attitude, which doesn't bode well for you as a seller. I appreciate you're new, but it should be fairly obvious as to why people are asking you to post first. It's commonplace on here for sellers with little or no feedback to be asked to post first. You can politely decline, but calling people 'mickey-takers' isn't fair. This isn't eBay, the protection of Paypal isn't offered to the buyer since everyone uses Bank Transfer or Paypal Gift- so paying you upfront puts all the risk on the buyer.

It's worth bearing these things in mind, should you try selling again in future. You'll inevitably be asked to post first again for the first few things you sell.

It's not fair asking to post first. I'm not going to risk being screwed over so will not be selling on here.
#17
whohasmyname
I'd give you £22 for the dummy you've just spat out.

Ill give you a kick up the **** for free. Hell I'd even give you a tenner.
2 Likes #18
You'll need to start a new thread for that.

krazykizza
whohasmyname
I'd give you £22 for the dummy you've just spat out.

Ill give you a kick up the **** for free. Hell I'd even give you a tenner.
banned#19
cookiemonster83
krazykizza
Mods please close this thread, its obviously only attracting people who want to take the micky.

I'll stick it on eBay instead.


You've got a poor attitude, which doesn't bode well for you as a seller. I appreciate you're new, but it should be fairly obvious as to why people are asking you to post first. It's commonplace on here for sellers with little or no feedback to be asked to post first. You can politely decline, but calling people 'mickey-takers' isn't fair. This isn't eBay, the protection of Paypal isn't offered to the buyer since everyone uses Bank Transfer or Paypal Gift- so paying you upfront puts all the risk on the buyer.

It's worth bearing these things in mind, should you try selling again in future. You'll inevitably be asked to post first again for the first few things you sell.

i totally agree with the above you only have to look at peoples feedback to know if your going to be safe sending first i knows its not 100% safe and what is these days but look at it from the other side someone sends you x amount of cash how do we/they know you will send the item .... all we have to go on is your feedback or lack of
#20
Well I wasn't asking you to post first, but I was asking for a fair price giving consideration to prices elsewhere.

I think the fact is, there are so many of these in circulation due to them coming free with AV purchases that it's inevitably at the price point where it's questionable whether it's worth selling.

At the end of the day, you got it for free, so if you can make more than what CEX or similar will give you by selling on here or elsewhere it's a bonus, no?

Even on eBay if you sold for around £22 which seems average, you're going to be circa £18 net by the time you account for the fees.

Edited By: spartacus101 on Jan 21, 2012 16:33
1 Like #21
spartacus101
Well I wasn't asking you to post first, but I was asking for a fair price giving consideration to prices elsewhere.

I think the fact is, there are so many of these in circulation due to them coming free with AV purchases that it's inevitably at the price point where it's questionable whether it's worth selling.

At the end of the day, you got it for free, so if you can make more than what CEX or similar will give you by selling on here or elsewhere it's a bonus, no?

Even on eBay if you sold for around £22 which seems average, you're going to be circa £18 net by the time you account for the fees.


surely if its a free/promo version it has no rrp and can't be sold here anway?
#22
krazykizza
I'm not going to risk being screwed over so will not be selling on here.


You're not going to be screwed over, that's what feedback is for. It's far more likely that a buyer will get screwed over by a seller with zero feedback than a seller is screwed over by a buyer with high feedback.

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