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      256GB MyMemory V30 PRO Micro SDXC TF Memory Card A1 UHS-1 U3 + Adapter - 100MB/s + Lifetime Warranty - £22.99 @ eBay MyMemory
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      256GB MyMemory V30 PRO Micro SDXC TF Memory Card A1 UHS-1 U3 + Adapter - 100MB/s + Lifetime Warranty - £22.99 @ eBay MyMemory

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      Posted 17th AugEdited by:"apur32"

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      MyMemory Premium High Speed microSDHC and microSDXC cards are the perfect partner for your high-spec smartphone or tablet. Enjoy more space for photos, videos, music and apps. These superior cards offer super-fast read and write speeds and you can record high-definition video and take burst mode photos with confidence.

      Product features:
      - Ideal for use in compatible smartphones, tablets, digital cameras, actions cams, drones and game consoles
      - Fast read and write ensures smooth video capture even when shooting at 4K and Full HD. No lag or dropped frames
      - Ultra-fast read / write, with up to 100 MB/s read and 90 MB/s write (128GB, 256GB, 512GB)
      - Video Speed Class 30 (V30)
      - A1 App Performance Specification - high IOPS ensures best performance in compatible smartphones and tablets
      - UHS-I, Class 3 specification
      - SD Adapter included

      Buy With Confidence
      This MyMemory product comes with a Lifetime warranty, giving you the comfort and confidence you would expect from a well-established brand. All our products are subjected to an extensive testing process before being added to our range. We hope our strong warranty periods reflect the confidence we have in the quality of our own products.
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      dheydl18/08/2019 06:14

      Yes. The value for customs is the price you pay incl. postage. …Yes. The value for customs is the price you pay incl. postage. Underdeclaring is fraud. Small Chinese sellers have been doing that for years to get a competitive advantage and the EU has been levelling at the UK over that because our customs has done next to nothing to tackle it, defrauding the EU out of billions in the process.Since mymemory is Swiss based and under the EU’s jurisdiction to some extent, you would have thought it would be more circumspect.


      Hahaha hotukdeals never ceases to amaze me Go over to Brussels and get on your knees
      dheydl17/08/2019 22:04

      I bought one last week. Came with a customs declaration of £12.99 as the …I bought one last week. Came with a customs declaration of £12.99 as the value of the goods. Dunno how mymemory keeps getting away with that.


      So you want to pay another £10+ to customs?

      Donate that money to charity if u feel conned
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      Shame these lot are not on uk mainland, ~5 day delivery is annoying, rather pay little extra and get from amazon prime

      great price though.
      Edited by: "bigup" 17th Aug
      I bought one last week. Came with a customs declaration of £12.99 as the value of the goods. Dunno how mymemory keeps getting away with that.
      bigup17/08/2019 21:50

      Shame these lot are not on uk mainland, ~5 day delivery is annoying, …Shame these lot are not on uk mainland, ~5 day delivery is annoying, rather pay little extra and get from amazon primegreat price though.


      this.

      ....
      Great card, got one with Free 32GB PenDrive promo month ago, tested with crystal mark and performs on par with SanDisk Ultra. Great all around card, could be little too slow for a drone like Mavic 2 Pro which requires at least SanDisk Extreme for it's heavy files.
      Heat added.
      Edited by: "Tired.Ben.Affleck" 17th Aug
      dheydl17/08/2019 22:04

      I bought one last week. Came with a customs declaration of £12.99 as the …I bought one last week. Came with a customs declaration of £12.99 as the value of the goods. Dunno how mymemory keeps getting away with that.


      What are they getting away with?
      Brand: Integral EAN: 5055288442177

      From the ebay listing.

      I ordered one a few days ago and it got delivered fairly quickly. Also stated £12.99 on the declaration label.
      thetarget17/08/2019 23:12

      Brand: Integral EAN: …Brand: Integral EAN: 5055288442177From the ebay listing.I ordered one a few days ago and it got delivered fairly quickly. Also stated £12.99 on the declaration label.


      I don't see the issue, just because they are charging you more does that increase the actual value of the goods?
      Looking for a good price on a 512gb card...
      dheydl17/08/2019 22:04

      I bought one last week. Came with a customs declaration of £12.99 as the …I bought one last week. Came with a customs declaration of £12.99 as the value of the goods. Dunno how mymemory keeps getting away with that.


      So you want to pay another £10+ to customs?

      Donate that money to charity if u feel conned
      Tired.Ben.Affleck17/08/2019 22:05

      this.....Great card, got one with Free 32GB PenDrive promo month ago, …this.....Great card, got one with Free 32GB PenDrive promo month ago, tested with crystal mark and performs on par with SanDisk Ultra. Great all around card, could be little too slow for a drone like Mavic 2 Pro which requires at least SanDisk Extreme for it's heavy files.Heat added.


      I was suspicious about their own branded cards. Thanks for the feedback.
      6ixFoot118/08/2019 06:32

      So you want to pay another £10+ to customs?Donate that money to charity if …So you want to pay another £10+ to customs?Donate that money to charity if u feel conned


      Way to completely miss the point.
      Bal00chi18/08/2019 02:48

      I don't see the issue, just because they are charging you more does that …I don't see the issue, just because they are charging you more does that increase the actual value of the goods?


      Yes. The value for customs is the price you pay incl. postage. Underdeclaring is fraud.

      Small Chinese sellers have been doing that for years to get a competitive advantage and the EU has been levelling at the UK over that because our customs has done next to nothing to tackle it, defrauding the EU out of billions in the process.

      Since mymemory is Swiss based and under the EU’s jurisdiction to some extent, you would have thought it would be more circumspect.
      Got this with a USB stick at Amazon, works great for 4k trailers.

      EU being defrauded out of billions? Good, if it means I pay less.
      Edited by: "Giwin" 18th Aug
      dheydl18/08/2019 06:14

      Yes. The value for customs is the price you pay incl. postage. …Yes. The value for customs is the price you pay incl. postage. Underdeclaring is fraud. Small Chinese sellers have been doing that for years to get a competitive advantage and the EU has been levelling at the UK over that because our customs has done next to nothing to tackle it, defrauding the EU out of billions in the process.Since mymemory is Swiss based and under the EU’s jurisdiction to some extent, you would have thought it would be more circumspect.


      Hahaha hotukdeals never ceases to amaze me Go over to Brussels and get on your knees
      Great price for a U3 card. Probably Integral knowing mymemory good find!!!
      JohnnyAdair18/08/2019 09:07

      Hahaha hotukdeals never ceases to amaze me Go over to Brussels and …Hahaha hotukdeals never ceases to amaze me Go over to Brussels and get on your knees


      Maths not your stong point, Johnny?
      What is all this talk of custom charges with MyMemory?bought 3 of the Intergral 256gb cards and never been charged extra on my 3 separate deliveries.also delivered within 3 days each.Would buy a 512gb if at the right price
      dabe197117/08/2019 23:00

      Under declaring the value.


      Are they though? Value is price they pay. And where are they based again?
      Have had a poor experience with their own branded MyMemory cards in the past. Card failed completely within minutes, other people reported the same. Took quite a while to get a refund once the card was returned.

      Sticking to known brands now, like Samsung or Sandisk.

      Most people are going to be better off with reliability as opposed to going for the cheapest no name cards and risking losing the content.
      Edited by: "tomtomato" 18th Aug
      tomtomato18/08/2019 13:02

      Have had a poor experience with their own branded MyMemory cards in the …Have had a poor experience with their own branded MyMemory cards in the past. Card failed completely within minutes, other people reported the same. Took quite a while to get a refund once the card was returned.Sticking to known brands now, like Samsung or Sandisk.Most people are going to be better off with reliability as opposed to going for the cheapest no name cards and risking losing the content.


      Thank you for your comment. These cards seem to be very reliable backed by lifetime warranty. Sorry to hear that you had a bad experience and happy to know that you got your money back.
      apur3218/08/2019 13:10

      Thank you for your comment. These cards seem to be very reliable backed by …Thank you for your comment. These cards seem to be very reliable backed by lifetime warranty. Sorry to hear that you had a bad experience and happy to know that you got your money back.


      Where do you get your information from? You write your comment as if you work for MyMemory Customer Services...

      Lifetime warranty is no good once you have lost your pictures or videos...Plus after 2 years, those cards are worth hardly nothing anyway.
      dheydl18/08/2019 06:58

      Way to completely miss the point.


      You said they’re getting away with under-declaring the value of items. So you want to see the true valuation which may incur a customs fee and a RM handling fee which you will be more than happy to pay to stop a company committing fraud.
      tomtomato18/08/2019 13:40

      Where do you get your information from? You write your comment as if you …Where do you get your information from? You write your comment as if you work for MyMemory Customer Services...Lifetime warranty is no good once you have lost your pictures or videos...Plus after 2 years, those cards are worth hardly nothing anyway.


      The information comes from the HUKD members who comments/feedback on these deals.
      Bought one a few weeks ago for my hacked vita. Installed 64 vita games on it and a couple of psp ISOs with over 40GB of remaining space.

      It's been working fine so far.

      These are perfect for handheld consoles that you can use them on as high transfer speeds aren't generally needed.
      6ixFoot118/08/2019 13:50

      You said they’re getting away with under-declaring the value of items. So y …You said they’re getting away with under-declaring the value of items. So you want to see the true valuation which may incur a customs fee and a RM handling fee which you will be more than happy to pay to stop a company committing fraud.


      Do you actually see the big picture here? As punters, we will always want to pay the lowest price. That is not the issue.

      As a Swiss based company, MM is gaining an unfair competitive advantage over UK sellers by underdeclaring its sales at customs, as Switzerland is outside the customs union. This means it is unfairly undercutting UK sellers by at least 20% of the actual retail sales price, not including the Royal Mail admin fee.

      If it were more honest, MM wouldn’t even be a consideration for a HUKD listing. UK sellers don’t make a 20% margin in their sales and cannot compete. Scale this problem up and you see businesses going bust or outsourcing abroad. The Chancellor gets less tax revenue and has to shell out for more Dole, which we all pay for in tax hikes or cuts in services.

      It’s not simply a case of genuflecting before Brussels. We are Brussels and this leak in the state coffers is not going to go away when we leave the EU. Instead of other EU states making up for the tax revenue we don’t collect (hence Brussel’s ire), we’ll be left on our own to sort it out with no safety net.
      dheydl17/08/2019 22:04

      I bought one last week. Came with a customs declaration of £12.99 as the …I bought one last week. Came with a customs declaration of £12.99 as the value of the goods. Dunno how mymemory keeps getting away with that.


      UK customs don't charge anything below the declared value of 20 pounds. Its just the way these people get away with it. If its any courier company they charge you flat 12 pounds handling fee. Just imagine u being charged for handling fee of 12 pounds and then roughly 4 pounds on this card will you buy it. NO.... It will cost u more than 36 pounds.
      Ordered.. HOT
      Any use for a gopro 7+ black?
      dheydl18/08/2019 14:57

      Do you actually see the big picture here? As punters, we will always want …Do you actually see the big picture here? As punters, we will always want to pay the lowest price. That is not the issue. As a Swiss based company, MM is gaining an unfair competitive advantage over UK sellers by underdeclaring its sales at customs, as Switzerland is outside the customs union. This means it is unfairly undercutting UK sellers by at least 20% of the actual retail sales price, not including the Royal Mail admin fee. If it were more honest, MM wouldn’t even be a consideration for a HUKD listing. UK sellers don’t make a 20% margin in their sales and cannot compete. Scale this problem up and you see businesses going bust or outsourcing abroad. The Chancellor gets less tax revenue and has to shell out for more Dole, which we all pay for in tax hikes or cuts in services. It’s not simply a case of genuflecting before Brussels. We are Brussels and this leak in the state coffers is not going to go away when we leave the EU. Instead of other EU states making up for the tax revenue we don’t collect (hence Brussel’s ire), we’ll be left on our own to sort it out with no safety net.


      "The relations between Switzerland and the European Union (EU) are framed by a series of bilateral treaties whereby the Swiss Confederation has adopted various provisions of European Union law in order to participate in the Union's single market, without joining as a member state."
      nayyarsheikh18/08/2019 18:36

      UK customs don't charge anything below the declared value of 20 pounds. …UK customs don't charge anything below the declared value of 20 pounds. Its just the way these people get away with it. If its any courier company they charge you flat 12 pounds handling fee. Just imagine u being charged for handling fee of 12 pounds and then roughly 4 pounds on this card will you buy it. NO.... It will cost u more than 36 pounds.



      £15, actually, so MM is really asking for it.

      pwel19/08/2019 06:10

      "The relations between Switzerland and the European Union (EU) are framed …"The relations between Switzerland and the European Union (EU) are framed by a series of bilateral treaties whereby the Swiss Confederation has adopted various provisions of European Union law in order to participate in the Union's single market, without joining as a member state."



      But still outside the Customs Union, which will affect exports. The current Swiss VAT rate is only 7.7%, so were it to enter into the CU, Switzerland would take over from Luxemburg as the internal tax haven for setting up head offices.
      dheydl19/08/2019 09:23

      £15, actually, so MM is really asking for it.But still outside the Customs …£15, actually, so MM is really asking for it.But still outside the Customs Union, which will affect exports. The current Swiss VAT rate is only 7.7%, so were it to enter into the CU, Switzerland would take over from Luxemburg as the internal tax haven for setting up head offices.


      Been outside the Customs Union does not affect the fact that participates in the EU single market. CU has to do more with trading standards, specifications, requirements etc...I have purchased a £300 item from swiss based company without paying any customs, I don't think anybody turn a blind eye to that...maybe its not fair for the local businesses as you say, but I think is perfectly legal..
      pwel19/08/2019 10:20

      Been outside the Customs Union does not affect the fact that participates …Been outside the Customs Union does not affect the fact that participates in the EU single market. CU has to do more with trading standards, specifications, requirements etc...I have purchased a £300 item from swiss based company without paying any customs, I don't think anybody turn a blind eye to that...maybe its not fair for the local businesses as you say, but I think is perfectly legal..


      That is because the customs was paid for in advance and factored into the selling price. Not all sellers will do that, especially on low value items where the demand is price sensitive. Being outside of the CU means all of your imports and exports from and to the EU are subject to import controls. The single market is all about trading tariffs and standards. Two different things.
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