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Found 17th MarEdited by:"Anon32"
Please delete mods. I made a mistake but you get hammered by everyone. It was a honest mistake but no people can't accept that mistakes happen
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Very good, so you could get a Samsung s9 (for example for £600 and choose to pay over 24 months at 0%?
Couple it with a cheap sim only plan, and you have yourself a better than a network 24 month plan deal, if I'm correct? Voted hot obvs
Steveyorkie5 m ago

Would you lose all right section 75?? I think so. Is PayPal's protection …Would you lose all right section 75?? I think so. Is PayPal's protection on it's own good enough.I wouldn't buy anything worth over a hundred quid through PayPal, I don't trust ebay/PayPal one bit to help with an issue over an expensive item.


Good old Martin Lewes. The bloke really is a money grabbing arse**** section 75 is lost if its indirect i.e you add a credit card and paypal processes the payment. This is direct credit with paypal so you have paypals great scheme and section 75. I hate the way martin puts out his titiles. Straight out if The Sun.

He does confirm it at the bottom of his page moneysavingexpert.com/cre…n75 But typical lazy jounalism his title makes it sound otherwise. Another reason i can't stand him
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Very good, so you could get a Samsung s9 (for example for £600 and choose to pay over 24 months at 0%?
Couple it with a cheap sim only plan, and you have yourself a better than a network 24 month plan deal, if I'm correct? Voted hot obvs
Always a great deal this.
Mrswitch53 s ago

Very good, so you could get a Samsung s9 (for example for £600 and choose …Very good, so you could get a Samsung s9 (for example for £600 and choose to pay over 24 months at 0%?Couple it with a cheap sim only plan, and you have yourself a better than a network 24 month plan deal, if I'm correct? Voted hot obvs


Never thought of that mr switch. But good idea
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Anon324 m ago

Never thought of that mr switch. But good idea



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Would you lose all right section 75?? I think so. Is PayPal's protection on it's own good enough.
I wouldn't buy anything worth over a hundred quid through PayPal, I don't trust ebay/PayPal one bit to help with an issue over an expensive item.
Steveyorkie5 m ago

Would you lose all right section 75?? I think so. Is PayPal's protection …Would you lose all right section 75?? I think so. Is PayPal's protection on it's own good enough.I wouldn't buy anything worth over a hundred quid through PayPal, I don't trust ebay/PayPal one bit to help with an issue over an expensive item.


Good old Martin Lewes. The bloke really is a money grabbing arse**** section 75 is lost if its indirect i.e you add a credit card and paypal processes the payment. This is direct credit with paypal so you have paypals great scheme and section 75. I hate the way martin puts out his titiles. Straight out if The Sun.

He does confirm it at the bottom of his page moneysavingexpert.com/cre…n75 But typical lazy jounalism his title makes it sound otherwise. Another reason i can't stand him
So I'm right then but you don't really get Section 75 if you use PayPal anyways.
Hence why I don't use it.
Heat, I have been waiting for this to come back, as it ended in early Jan, do you know when this new offer is valid until?
Mrswitch26 m ago

Very good, so you could get a Samsung s9 (for example for £600 and choose …Very good, so you could get a Samsung s9 (for example for £600 and choose to pay over 24 months at 0%?Couple it with a cheap sim only plan, and you have yourself a better than a network 24 month plan deal, if I'm correct? Voted hot obvs


Not a bad idea, wonder if there are any S8's going for a good price.

If you/anyone see's any good S8/9 prices, give me a shout!
Edited by: "jaybizzle" 17th Mar
Mrswitch25 m ago

Very good, so you could get a Samsung s9 (for example for £600 and choose …Very good, so you could get a Samsung s9 (for example for £600 and choose to pay over 24 months at 0%?Couple it with a cheap sim only plan, and you have yourself a better than a network 24 month plan deal, if I'm correct? Voted hot obvs


I'd rather have a 20% off Ebay/Paypal discount code so I can get the S9.
So..If you buy a product for 500..you pay in 12 or 24 months - 500£? Not a penny more?
G0rdonGekko2 m ago

I'd rather have a 20% off Ebay/Paypal discount code so I can get the S9. …I'd rather have a 20% off Ebay/Paypal discount code so I can get the S9.


Well..Can't see this happen in the near future, unfortunately!
G0rdonGekko3 m ago

I'd rather have a 20% off Ebay/Paypal discount code so I can get the S9. …I'd rather have a 20% off Ebay/Paypal discount code so I can get the S9.


Wouldn't we all.
danflorin33 m ago

Well..Can't see this happen in the near future, unfortunately!


Why not? Argos do 20% off quite often on their Ebay store.
G0rdonGekko2 m ago

Why not? Argos do 20% off quite often on their Ebay store.


Oh..when? I never take advantage of this 20%.because I never see it..silly me
Steveyorkie22 m ago

So I'm right then but you don't really get Section 75 if you use PayPal …So I'm right then but you don't really get Section 75 if you use PayPal anyways.Hence why I don't use it.


Already asked and answered.
hotukdeals.com/dis…900


Tl;dr
Yes PayPal Credit does include Section 75 once you pay 1p.
You are not covered when paying with an ordinary credit cardTHROUGH PayPal but that's completely different to this deal.
Steveyorkie24 m ago

So I'm right then but you don't really get Section 75 if you use PayPal …So I'm right then but you don't really get Section 75 if you use PayPal anyways.Hence why I don't use it.


Yes you are right, theres no direct link between the Creditor - Supplier link, In the Debtor -Creditor - Supplier chain. As Paypal are named on the credit card statement and they are not the supplier of the goods or service. You can obviously claim through Paypal if something were to go wrong though.
danflorin311 m ago

Oh..when? I never take advantage of this 20%.because I never see it..silly …Oh..when? I never take advantage of this 20%.because I never see it..silly me


Just checked and last Argos 20% off Ebay was at the end of December. Co-op also do Ebay discounts too.

Wait a couple of months and customer returns/refurb S9's will be all over Ebay too from a number of phone companies.

That's what I'm waiting for unless a stonking deal comes up before then.
Edited by: "G0rdonGekko" 17th Mar
does this depend on your credit score or anything like that?
Steveyorkie27 m ago

So I'm right then but you don't really get Section 75 if you use PayPal …So I'm right then but you don't really get Section 75 if you use PayPal anyways.Hence why I don't use it.


No. paypal are giving you a credit agreement and they are bound by section 75, they have split away from ebay to become a more viable banker/broker
Where is this? I can't find more information.
Steveyorkie40 m ago

Would you lose all right section 75?? I think so. Is PayPal's protection …Would you lose all right section 75?? I think so. Is PayPal's protection on it's own good enough.I wouldn't buy anything worth over a hundred quid through PayPal, I don't trust ebay/PayPal one bit to help with an issue over an expensive item.



Steveyorkie27 m ago

So I'm right then but you don't really get Section 75 if you use PayPal …So I'm right then but you don't really get Section 75 if you use PayPal anyways.Hence why I don't use it.


No. If you use Paypal credit you get S.75 protection and Paypal's own protection as its a direct transaction with a credit agency.

If you use standard Paypal to pay with your credit card, you don't get S.75 protection, as Paypal would act as an intermediary so the transaction is not directly with a credit agency. You would still benefit from Paypal's own protection but that's not as good as S.75.
33460048-8st1y.jpgsimply not true - it is 12.9%, not 0% for anything over 4 months
trivium3 m ago

does this depend on your credit score or anything like that?


They run a quick credit check as part of the application
Unless this is account specific, this either isn't available or hasn't gone live yet. I have been on, added an item worth over £500 to the basket and looked at Paypal credit options and there are no 24 month 0% offers, only showing 12.9% Interest (Fixed) options for me. Can anyone verify that this is actually available?
eastbargainz4 m ago

[Image] simply not true - it is 12.9%, not 0% for anything over 4 months


I think you have it so wrong. What you are looking at here is the standard PayPal offer. What the op is taking about is when you add an item to your basket you get the extended offer of either 12 or 24 months interest free.
Am I being thick just looked at something on ebay but it says 4 months free the interest added after??? So how do I pay over 24 months for free?
G0rdonGekko9 m ago

Just checked and last Argos 20% off Ebay was at the end of December. Co-op …Just checked and last Argos 20% off Ebay was at the end of December. Co-op also do Ebay discounts too.Wait a couple of months and customer returns/refurb S9's will be all over Ebay too from a number of phone companies.That's what I'm waiting for unless a stonking deal comes up before then.


I saw co-op one..but with 20%off they still have overpriced products for sale.
I tough with s9 on the market prices for s8 and note 8 will drop..but they are more expensive than back in November :)))
sonic01781 m ago

Am I being thick just looked at something on ebay but it says 4 months …Am I being thick just looked at something on ebay but it says 4 months free the interest added after??? So how do I pay over 24 months for free?


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nokiafusion3 m ago

I think you have it so wrong. What you are looking at here is the standard …I think you have it so wrong. What you are looking at here is the standard PayPal offer. What the op is taking about is when you add an item to your basket you get the extended offer of either 12 or 24 months interest free.


err, no, you have it so wrong - this is in the basket - please stop confusing people - there is NO 0% on anything more than 4 months - FACT - 33460099-GmkdJ.jpg
Nope I put an item in my basket and anything over 4 months is 12.9%
Bingohomer5 m ago

Unless this is account specific, this either isn't available or hasn't …Unless this is account specific, this either isn't available or hasn't gone live yet. I have been on, added an item worth over £500 to the basket and looked at Paypal credit options and there are no 24 month 0% offers, only showing 12.9% Interest (Fixed) options for me. Can anyone verify that this is actually available?


Well done - no-one can verify this as it is not true!
Maybe iv'e not been good enough to be given 0%
*Subject to status. Terms & Conditions apply. 0% Interest instalment promotion available for eligible purchases only on eBay desktop and mobile channels (excluding the App) between 18/09/17 and 02/01/18.
0% is only across 4 months.
Can the op please provide some proof of this deal please.
This was until 2nd January
*Subject to status. Terms & Conditions apply. 0% Interest instalment promotion available for eligible purchases only on eBay desktop and mobile channels (excluding the App) between 18/09/17 and 02/01/18. UK residents only.
All I have is 4 months 0%
nokiafusion5 m ago

Yes looks like you’re correct unfortunately. The op has posted a deal w …Yes looks like you’re correct unfortunately. The op has posted a deal while obviously drunk.


probably best to apologise - it is not unfortunate you are wrong and decided to insult me
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