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Am i protected when buying in amazon marketplace

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Someone else on here said that you are but would just like to confirm Read More
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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
Someone else on here said that you are but would just like to confirm
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9y, 10m agoPosted 9 years, 10 months ago
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[mod]#1
Yes. :thumbsup:
#2
Thanks im buying an ipod 80gb and dont want to be shafted even though its only £150
[mod]#3
Actually, double checking it now says no. :o

Used to be but they now state they can't intervene, but if you pay by CC you'll be fine anyway.
#4
I always thought no, How can Amazon assure the seller is kosher?, Similar to ebay etc?
#5
oh no shal i cancel then
#6
ryancs
oh no shal i cancel then


Whats the sellers rating like and are you using a Credit card?
#7
ive canceled anyway ill use my credit card in stead the seller is called
sumniqueltd
heres a link
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/seller/at-a-glance.html/202-0237600-2150203?ie=UTF8&seller=A24353FGHJSKXX
#8
ryancs
ive canceled anyway ill use my credit card in stead the seller is called
sumniqueltd
heres a link
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/seller/at-a-glance.html/202-0237600-2150203?ie=UTF8&seller=A24353FGHJSKXX


They don't look to bad, Although i'm slightly wary of just how cheap the prices are.
#9
yep me too they do look to good to be true. What do you think though worth a punt???
[mod]#10
I'd say so. :thumbsup:
#11
damn i cant find my card grrr looks like im gonna miss yet another bargain
#12
ryancs
yep me too they do look to good to be true. What do you think though worth a punt???


Errm, If it was my £150, I'd rather spend an extra £20 and get it from a reputable company, But thats just me down to a tee! :giggle:

But they do have good feedback, Its just the prices do seem far to cheap for everything...............
#13
well its too late now there all gone btw where is this reputable company that sells it for £170
#14
ryancs
well its too late now there all gone btw where is this reputable company that sells it for £170


Well the next cheapest price I can actually find is £199.....

I'd either wait for it to come back in stock and take a risk, But it just seems far to cheap to me (Same as the Sony Bravia 32" Tv's for £300, About £100 cheaper than anywhere else! :? )
#15
well i was just looking through amazons site and it seems you are protected but what other precautions could i take
#16
I would avoid this seller, they are listing stuff at well below cost, remember the old saying, " If it looks too good to be true, it probably is ";-)
#17
I wouldn't be surprised if its a hacked account, Prices do seem unbelievably cheap!
#18
Iom-RF
I wouldn't be surprised if its a hacked account, Prices do seem unbelievably cheap!


That thought had crossed my mind as well, many items are listed at exact round figures, highly unusual.
#19
Thanks people looks like you've just saved me 150 squid now thats a hot deal:giggle:
#20
I have almost ordered items from Amazon in the past, no real indication that it was marketplace, until I saw the postage...HUGE.

It has happened a few times. I wish Amazon would make it much clearer when you are going to marketplace

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