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Wanted: PSN top up cards(UK and USA)

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6y, 5d agoPosted 6 years, 5 days agoFeedback:28 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Got a ps3 again and so would like some top up cards please, if anyone knows anywhere cheap or has some to sell.

Looking for ideally USA and UK top up cards, or can you use top up cards in any region?
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6y, 5d agoPosted 6 years, 5 days agoFeedback:28 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative

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got a £20 top up. offer?
got a £20 top up. offer?

As the seller you have to quote the price you are expecting to achieve:

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Ok my price is £19.99 but im open to offers...............

Yeh im up for that. Shall i message you my paypal email?
could you email the code first?

you have no feedback here, and although mine is only +1, you can contact someone on here who i recently bought a monitor for £100.

don't fancy getting fleeced, even to the tune of £15.

let me mate.
could you email the code first?you have no feedback here, and although mine is only +1, you can contact someone on here who i recently bought a monitor for £100.don't fancy getting fleeced, even to the tune of £15.let me mate.

can have a look at my ebay account. and with paypal your covered right?
I do not wishing to "bump" this thread unnecessary (again!), but I have been asked (privately) for advice for the situation that has arisen in this transaction.

No seller should ever feel obliged to part with their property in advance of payment (especially, in this case when both parties have relatively low, or no, feedback).

What I would suggest is that you discuss a transaction that works for the two of you at this time.

If you have requested sufficient details (that are verifiable), for example, name, postal address, (landline) telephone number, e-mail address, and so on before you part with your item or your payment, then should the transaction fail (for example, the redeemable voucher code has already been used, or the PayPal account is being used fraudulently & the transaction is reversed) then you can resolve the issue by contacting the other member directly.

If after following the "For Sale/For Trade" guidelines you are not completely (100%) happy to proceed then do so. If you are at all unsure about any aspect of the transaction then do not proceed, or ask further questions to satisfy yourself of the intentions of the other party.

However, do not commit to the transaction & back out without justification or you will find that nobody would wish to trade with you from that point forward.

Check each other's eBay feedback history & ask the other party to send a message to your respective eBay account to verify the account holder is the HotUKDeals/FO.LK member you are discussing a sale/purchase with.

Everybody has to start somewhere with the feedback ratings, & over time successful transactions of a certain quantity may provide another member with sufficient peace of mind to send items to you prior to receiving payment but, again, you should not feel pressured into parting with any item in advance of payment.

Perhaps a compromise would be for the buyer to send half the payment by PayPal to the seller, the seller then sends the voucher code by "Private Message" to the buyer, & upon activation of the PlayStation Network credit the buyer then sends the remaining balance.

With this approach both of you will be equally at risk of losing half the amount being traded.

I will add, though, that if you decide to use PayPal do not use the "As Gift" option (as PayPal will not intervene in the effect of a dispute).

It may also be an idea to enquire why a seller is prepared to drop 25% off the asking price so quickly.

Good luck.



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