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Would you feel happy meeting someone, at X with an expensive item ?

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Meeting someone tommorow with an xbox. Do you think its safe to do so ? Read More
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banned7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Meeting someone tommorow with an xbox. Do you think its safe to do so ?
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banned7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
I don't get the question.
#2
is it a public place? if so yes I would feel fine, if not, or if its secluded then no....
#3
Never had a blind date with an xbox before, sorry cant help
#4
As long as its not still plugged in :thumbsup:

snow and electricity dont mix!
#5
Yes as long as you can fight :) Helps if they underestimate you

Watch for Fake Cash
banned#6
Penny Saver
I don't get the question.


Sold an xbox but the person wants to meet to collect it.
banned#7
Bully
Never had a blind date with an xbox before, sorry cant help


:roll: No more bad jokes please
#8
Depends where 'x' is.
Outside the entrance to Selfridges at tha Trafford Centre - Yes
In a remote layby on the Snake Pass......................

Easy one this!
banned#9
lil_tiger
is it a public place? if so yes I would feel fine, if not, or if its secluded then no....


Its a town centre, but being followed with the money is always a possibility. Probably just being paranoid, try get someone to go with, maybe my 6'5 mate will be of good use
#10
ryman1000
Sold an xbox but the person wants to meet to collect it.


Ah. Then meet somewhere public and busy. Bus/train station - not car park! Watch out for fake money, and most of all, don't expect them to turn up!
#11
ryman1000
Its a town centre, but being followed with the money is always a possibility. Probably just being paranoid, try get someone to go with, maybe my 6'5 mate will be of good use


If it all kicks off you can always smash the person over the head with the x-box:thumbsup:
#12
make sure you are with someone! You may have read about the man who turned up to buy a car and the seller wasnt there, so the man rang to say he was there waiting and he was jumped and stabbed for his money!
So be careful and alert, hopefully it will go as it should tho. good luck!
#13
bring a weapon and if anything happens UNLEASH HELL
banned#14
You also run the risk of the person just whipping the stuff away from you with only a sore nose for your time and travel.
#15
ryman1000
Its a town centre, but being followed with the money is always a possibility. Probably just being paranoid, try get someone to go with, maybe my 6'5 mate will be of good use


If its the user of here, then he seems sound. Spoke to him on a couple of times. Get the buyers address and details if you really want to.

Dont worry, i doubt anyone will pay attention to you lot doing a deal.

aScottishBloke
You also run the risk of the person just whipping the stuff away from you with only a sore nose for your time and travel.


Count the cash first?
#16
This is all true, but bear in mind also, that not all people are scammers, and he's probably sitting at home now wondering if you're going to refuse to sell it to him and then tail him home for the cash...
#17
bring a rape alarm
#18
never had any problems myself. If you're worried meet close to a bank then go straight to the bank and put the money in
#19
Tell them to come to your home.
If they want to meet you, say in your home town, I would think scam.
God, I am getting sinecal now.
If they have nothing to loose, it wont be a problem.
Just say to them, that if you are not in, your parents will deal with them.:)
banned#20
strike
If its the user of here, then he seems sound. Spoke to him on a couple of times. Get the buyers address and details if you really want to.


The username on here is : selurz not sure thats what you're talking. Sorry to him if your reading this and are genuine, just being carefull.
#21
susanemily
Tell them to come to your home.
If they want to meet you, say in your home town, I would think scam.
God, I am getting sinecal now.
If they have nothing to loose, it wont be a problem.
Just say to them, that if you are not in, your parents will deal with them.:)


Met enough people in town, sometimes its more hassle for them to come to your house :thumbsup:
#22
Don't be so para,how do you think people used to sell stuff in the olden days,face to face:roll:
#23
He has not even agreed to buy it. lol

just man up and sell it and meet him for cash in hand
#24
ask yourself if you would happily buy an expensive item without seeing that it works?................which would obviously mean going to the sellers home??buyer is happy to hand over cash for item they havent seen working and they wont know where you live............................would i feel happy being the seller......no!
#25
take some knuckle duster JIC
#26
lorsmanic
ask yourself if you would happily buy an expensive item without seeing that it works?................which would obviously mean going to the sellers home??buyer is happy to hand over cash for item they havent seen working and they wont know where you live............................would i feel happy being the seller......no!


If the rules are adhered to then they both should have all contact details.

Therefore if it isn't working, buyer lands on sellers doorstep,hopefully lol
#27
If you're worried just meet outside your bank.
#28
Titchimp
If you're worried just meet outside your bank.


Or at the local plod shop ;-)
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ryman1000
:roll: No more bad jokes please


No joke, i really havn't.
banned#30
Bully
No joke, i really havn't.


At least this one wasn't so cheap :thumbsup:
#31
So... how did it go?
banned#32
Penny Saver
So... how did it go?


went fine. Meet the guy with my 6'5 mate, took the cash he didn't even check the xbox, and drove home with £75 in my pocket :)

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