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On thEbay what do they mean by "not tested"?

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reads as "taken from a working system but selling as untested" WTF? Does this mean "possibly faulty, No Return/Refund for Dead on arrival"? Surely untested goods should be sold as faulty if that i…
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
reads as "taken from a working system but selling as untested" WTF?
Does this mean "possibly faulty, No Return/Refund for Dead on arrival"?

Surely untested goods should be sold as faulty if that is the case?
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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basically IMO most sellers know it doesnt work but just write that to get more buyers.
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MarzBarz
basically IMO most sellers know it doesnt work but just right that to get more buyers.


As above, it gives people false hope that it might actually work when they full well know it doesn't. When you get it and doesn't work you can't put a claim in for a not as described.
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lumoruk
As above, it gives people false hope that it might actually work when they full well know it doesn't. When you get it and doesn't work you can't put a claim in for a not as described.
As above, leaving a doubt in your mind that it may just work fine when they know to well its ****ed otherwise they would be selling for £100 more.
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so the long and short being if a seller sells a used item WITHOUT stating "untested" or similar then the buyer is buying a "working" unit which is covered in the event of a claim?
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bargain surfer
so the long and short being if a seller sells a used item WITHOUT stating "untested" or similar then the buyer is buying a "working" unit which is covered in the event of a claim?


yes
#6
thanks folks. repped.
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bargain surfer
so the long and short being if a seller sells a used item WITHOUT stating "untested" or similar then the buyer is buying a "working" unit which is covered in the event of a claim?
Unless they said untested or spares repair not working faulty etc etc then you should expect it to be fully working.
#8
i bought an "untested item" off a member on here and it works fine
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acecatcher3
i bought an "untested item" off a member on here and it works fine


Just needed new batteries?

Am I right?
#10
Buyer beware.....

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