iPhone 8 64GB for just £649.99 from eGlobalCentral
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iPhone 8 64GB for just £649.99 from eGlobalCentral

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Found 25th Sep 2017
I know the company is very marmite and not many people will go for it but they're currently offering £50 off the iPhone 8 do it's not too bad a deal me thinks.
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It's worth paying £50 more just to get it from Apple with proper warranty and that '6 year EU coverage'. I suspect with eGlobal you are not paying VAT while from Apple you are
£650 for a phone with no EU warranty and £70 + to return - think you need your bumps felt
+ VAT when it lands in the U.K. + handling fee. Less warranty.
Utter madness if people buy this from an unknown entity
Rastafari48 m ago

+ VAT when it lands in the U.K. + handling fee. Less warranty.



Ordered 30+ times from eGlobal and not a single time had to pay VAT or anything else. So keep your guesses for yourself.
As others said, £50 difference in price didn't make this a deal.
Samsung S8 for 430 delivered is a real deal from them.
This merchant is a con artist

I’ve ordered stuff before And never received it.

Based in China
DONT BUY
rob1e4 m ago

This merchant is a con artist I’ve ordered stuff before And never received …This merchant is a con artist I’ve ordered stuff before And never received it. Based in China



My 37 orders in 5 years were delivered safe and sound mate. Including Samsung S7 Edge and S8.
And if something happens, credit card companies gives insurance if over £100, so no worries about that.
Edited by: "Rimi" 25th Sep 2017
Rastafari1 h, 9 m ago

+ VAT when it lands in the U.K. + handling fee. Less warranty.



Any import VAT / fees are covered by merchant and its delivery network including UK-based intermediary. UK-enforced warranty and other vendor-stated obligations can be secured via direct payment to merchant via UK credit card (standard S75 benefit regardless of merchant / world location), but may not be same duration as UK-sourced item unless vendor states it is. Believe merchant states 12m warranty, so this would be effected by CC co under S75.
AndyRoyd8 m ago

Any import VAT / fees are covered by merchant and its delivery network …Any import VAT / fees are covered by merchant and its delivery network including UK-based intermediary. UK-enforced warranty and other vendor-stated obligations can be secured via direct payment to merchant via UK credit card (standard S75 benefit regardless of merchant / world location), but may not be same duration as UK-sourced item unless vendor states it is. Believe merchant states 12m warranty, so this would be effected by CC co under S75.

Would be handy to have a link to that info to quote re the vat covered by the merchant as I can only find this on the Gov site about import tax etc

gov.uk/goo…uty
NIgelK30 m ago

Would be handy to have a link to that info to quote re the vat covered by …Would be handy to have a link to that info to quote re the vat covered by the merchant as I can only find this on the Gov site about import tax etc https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad/tax-and-duty



Lifted from item 17.1 at EGC t&c page : "...eglobal central choose to handle the process of custom clearance for customers... you authorise eglobal central to make arrangements for clearance of customs on your behalf for the products in your order... As a result, prices shown on this website are the final total you have to pay to have the order delivered to your door, without any hidden charges and customs delay..." eglobalcentral.co.uk/ter…top
AndyRoyd3 m ago

Lifted from item 17.1 at EGC t&c page : "...eglobal central choose to …Lifted from item 17.1 at EGC t&c page : "...eglobal central choose to handle the process of custom clearance for customers... you authorise eglobal central to make arrangements for clearance of customs on your behalf for the products in your order... As a result, prices shown on this website are the final total you have to pay to have the order delivered to your door, without any hidden charges and customs delay..." https://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/terms-and-conditions.html?desktop

Cheers. Thank you
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