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Ryobi ONE+ Lithium+ 5.0Ah Battery £23.49 For Amazon Business Account Holders @ Amazon
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Ryobi ONE+ Lithium+ 5.0Ah Battery £23.49 For Amazon Business Account Holders @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Oct
These pop up every once in a while at bargain prices, so I'm sure these will be handy for someone.
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Heat if you have a business account and need one of these.
Max order of 4
Can some1 in Sheffield buy 2 for me😁 i don’t have business account
Problem is I can’t open a business account until they offer me the £50 credit again
Has anyone tried the snide batteries for Ryobi that amazon sell
is there any way to check amazon business prices on something like keepa?
You can open a "business account" usually without any issue if you have your own @ domain and a web address for it. There are a fair few "max order of 4" items you can get with business pricing, keep 1 and sell 3
gradyoactive31/10/2019 01:06

You can open a "business account" usually without any issue if you have …You can open a "business account" usually without any issue if you have your own @ domain and a web address for it. There are a fair few "max order of 4" items you can get with business pricing, keep 1 and sell 3


It's a shame you can't narrow the cheaper items down.
Scott_Hayhoe30/10/2019 23:54

Has anyone tried the snide batteries for Ryobi that amazon sell


I got one before i got this the first time, works ok for normal DIY but don’t imagine it will have many charge cycles in it.
happyman198230/10/2019 22:11

Can some1 in Sheffield buy 2 for me😁 i don’t have business account


Just create one then. You don't have to be a business, as there's no verification when putting in bogus business details. It's easy
DodgeySolenoid31/10/2019 07:35

Just create one then. You don't have to be a business, as there's no …Just create one then. You don't have to be a business, as there's no verification when putting in bogus business details. It's easy



They asked me to provide proof
Do Amazon charge VAT @ 20% on business purchases?
ianh198531/10/2019 07:49

They asked me to provide proof


What proof?
When I set one up, all you had to do is make up a company name, then everything else details wise, was optional. Just continued without filling in.
Fubsy31/10/2019 07:54

Do Amazon charge VAT @ 20% on business purchases?


They Charge VAT on everything, the business account just means the prices have the VAT shown separately. Its basically the exact same as the standard account, but checkout is slightly different.

Its the same as when dabs was alive and there was the dabs 4 work website.
gradyoactive31/10/2019 01:06

You can open a "business account" usually without any issue if you have …You can open a "business account" usually without any issue if you have your own @ domain and a web address for it. There are a fair few "max order of 4" items you can get with business pricing, keep 1 and sell 3


What others are there? Genuine question.
Last time these were on at this price, I bought 4, sold 3 and made a nice £85 profit selling through eBay
greendayadam31/10/2019 08:36

Last time these were on at this price, I bought 4, sold 3 and made a nice …Last time these were on at this price, I bought 4, sold 3 and made a nice £85 profit selling through eBay


Try again after a week
Just bought another 4 haha
HondaS20031/10/2019 08:00

They Charge VAT on everything, the business account just means the prices …They Charge VAT on everything, the business account just means the prices have the VAT shown separately. Its basically the exact same as the standard account, but checkout is slightly different.Its the same as when dabs was alive and there was the dabs 4 work website.


holy crap. Dabs theres a name i havent heard for years. ahhh Dabs. That was pre-if-it's-not-on-amazon-it-doesn't-exist timeframe....
jaffamuffin31/10/2019 11:21

holy crap. Dabs theres a name i havent heard for years. ahhh Dabs. That …holy crap. Dabs theres a name i havent heard for years. ahhh Dabs. That was pre-if-it's-not-on-amazon-it-doesn't-exist timeframe....


Its a whole new world for "dabs" now...
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DodgeySolenoid31/10/2019 07:58

What proof?When I set one up, all you had to do is make up a company name, …What proof?When I set one up, all you had to do is make up a company name, then everything else details wise, was optional. Just continued without filling in.



To be precise...

We have been unable to verify the information provided in your business account registration. To help us verify your business account, please go to amazon.co.uk/bb/…ing and upload:

1. One of the following official documents containing the business name At Home With Ian:
-- Business or professional licence.
-- Copy of incorporation from Companies House.
-- VAT registration certificate. A screenshot of your online copy is acceptable.
-- Business invoice that clearly shows the business name and address.
-- Certificate from a trade organisation or affiliated professional society.

If you are a sole trader, please upload:
-- The first page of your self-employment (short) tax form or tax return filing. This is different from your individual tax return.
OR
-- If you use a business bank account, submit a recent bank statement that shows your business name and address.

AND

2. One of the following documents from your business confirming employment for NAME:
-- A letter confirming employment. If possible, print it on company letterhead and include a company stamp. If the legal name of the business differs from the trade name, include both business names.
-- A copy of a business card and a company ID card or badge.
-- A pay slip or other company-issued document that shows your name and the business name.

Please conceal all sensitive information in the documents that you provide, such as bank account numbers and transactions, or your salary.

We will reply within 1 business day of receiving your information. In the meantime, to avoid delays, do not open new business accounts.

If you have questions or concerns, contact Business Customer Services: amazon.co.uk/gp/…-us. For your security, we restrict business account access to a team of account specialists, who will only be able to confirm that Amazon sent this request. They can provide no additional details.

Thank you for your interest in Amazon Business.
Edited by: "ianh1985" 31st Oct
ianh198531/10/2019 12:25

To be precise...We have been unable to verify the information provided in …To be precise...We have been unable to verify the information provided in your business account registration. To help us verify your business account, please go to https://www.amazon.co.uk/bb/registration/pending and upload: 1. One of the following official documents containing the business name At Home With Ian: -- Business or professional licence. -- Copy of incorporation from Companies House. -- VAT registration certificate. A screenshot of your online copy is acceptable. -- Business invoice that clearly shows the business name and address. -- Certificate from a trade organisation or affiliated professional society. If you are a sole trader, please upload: -- The first page of your self-employment (short) tax form or tax return filing. This is different from your individual tax return. OR -- If you use a business bank account, submit a recent bank statement that shows your business name and address. AND 2. One of the following documents from your business confirming employment for NAME: -- A letter confirming employment. If possible, print it on company letterhead and include a company stamp. If the legal name of the business differs from the trade name, include both business names. -- A copy of a business card and a company ID card or badge. -- A pay slip or other company-issued document that shows your name and the business name. Please conceal all sensitive information in the documents that you provide, such as bank account numbers and transactions, or your salary. We will reply within 1 business day of receiving your information. In the meantime, to avoid delays, do not open new business accounts. If you have questions or concerns, contact Business Customer Services: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/contact-us. For your security, we restrict business account access to a team of account specialists, who will only be able to confirm that Amazon sent this request. They can provide no additional details. Thank you for your interest in Amazon Business.


Wow they look as if they've clamped down.
Sorry your not able to get on this deal. Bad that Amazon are only offering this fantastic deal to businesses. As if they don't already get all the perks.
They check with companies house apparently to ensure the business is legit. I think they may also do a credit check against the business which shows up on the credit file for the business
DodgeySolenoid31/10/2019 12:40

Wow they look as if they've clamped down.Sorry your not able to get on …Wow they look as if they've clamped down.Sorry your not able to get on this deal. Bad that Amazon are only offering this fantastic deal to businesses. As if they don't already get all the perks.



I was huffed at the time but ive got my alerts on here and camelcamelcamel setup in case amazon drop them on a special, they can obviously afford to do so! Suspect after the last deal a lot of us ran to sign up, i didnt even know it was a thing until then
DodgeySolenoid31/10/2019 07:35

Just create one then. You don't have to be a business, as there's no …Just create one then. You don't have to be a business, as there's no verification when putting in bogus business details. It's easy


It doesn’t work. Even with my own .co.uk domain.
It work if you are a seller with them...
Is this still working, ive signed up to amazon business but still showing nearly 70
mtcleaning83_.31/10/2019 18:57

Is this still working, ive signed up to amazon business but still showing …Is this still working, ive signed up to amazon business but still showing nearly 70


Yes, your account may not be approved yet
HondaS20031/10/2019 19:07

Yes, your account may not be approved yet


No sorry im just stupid!!! Needed to actually switch to my business account
smegal31/10/2019 08:26

What others are there? Genuine question.


One here, logitech MX Anywhere 2, RRP usually around £50 or so, can get 4 for £23.59 each. Really good mouse as well!

amazon.co.uk/Log…8-1
greendayadam31/10/2019 08:36

Last time these were on at this price, I bought 4, sold 3 and made a nice …Last time these were on at this price, I bought 4, sold 3 and made a nice £85 profit selling through eBay


Snap
gradyoactive31/10/2019 21:20

One here, logitech MX Anywhere 2, RRP usually around £50 or so, can get 4 …One here, logitech MX Anywhere 2, RRP usually around £50 or so, can get 4 for £23.59 each. Really good mouse as well!https://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Anywhere-Wireless-Bluetooth-Windows/dp/B0761YPDNM/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=anywhere+mx+2&qid=1572556738&sr=8-1


I love my mx master.
gradyoactive31/10/2019 21:20

One here, logitech MX Anywhere 2, RRP usually around £50 or so, can get 4 …One here, logitech MX Anywhere 2, RRP usually around £50 or so, can get 4 for £23.59 each. Really good mouse as well!https://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Anywhere-Wireless-Bluetooth-Windows/dp/B0761YPDNM/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=anywhere+mx+2&qid=1572556738&sr=8-1


£36.72 for the mx master is decent, as is £60 for the mx master 2s. Thank you for the heads up!
smegal31/10/2019 21:43

£36.72 for the mx master is decent, as is £60 for the mx master 2s. Thank y …£36.72 for the mx master is decent, as is £60 for the mx master 2s. Thank you for the heads up!


Best way to find deals is to simply stay logged into your business account and use it as your regular amazon account, you'll come across things you can buy 4 of, list 3 on eBay and get to keep one for free (like those Ryobi 5.0Ah's and the Mice).

I combine it with using my Paypal business debit card which gets me a tiny bit of cash back as well
Edited by: "gradyoactive" 31st Oct
gradyoactive31/10/2019 21:50

Best way to find deals is to simply stay logged into your business account …Best way to find deals is to simply stay logged into your business account and use it as your regular amazon account, you'll come across things you can buy 4 of, list 3 on eBay and get to keep one for free (like those Ryobi 5.0Ah's and the Mice). I combine it with using my Paypal business debit card which gets me a tiny bit of cash back as well


I'm made up with the batteries. I buy 4 every week dropshopping them on Ebay using a prime trial. Easy £10 (keep missing the £1 lustings).
smegal31/10/2019 21:52

I'm made up with the batteries. I buy 4 every week dropshopping them on …I'm made up with the batteries. I buy 4 every week dropshopping them on Ebay using a prime trial. Easy £10 (keep missing the £1 lustings).


Do you have to make a new account every time then? Or can we get these batteries every week?!
gradyoactive31/10/2019 22:01

Do you have to make a new account every time then? Or can we get these …Do you have to make a new account every time then? Or can we get these batteries every week?!


It's let me order 4 every week on the same account. I just add one ro my basket and try to ship it every few days, once it works for one, itll work for 4.
smegal31/10/2019 22:06

It's let me order 4 every week on the same account. I just add one ro my …It's let me order 4 every week on the same account. I just add one ro my basket and try to ship it every few days, once it works for one, itll work for 4.


Huh... Well I'll add that to my todo list weekly then
I'll keep in touch about any other deals I can find
gradyoactive31/10/2019 21:50

Best way to find deals is to simply stay logged into your business account …Best way to find deals is to simply stay logged into your business account and use it as your regular amazon account, you'll come across things you can buy 4 of, list 3 on eBay and get to keep one for free (like those Ryobi 5.0Ah's and the Mice). I combine it with using my Paypal business debit card which gets me a tiny bit of cash back as well


Just curious how do you send the batteries through the post as they are a restricted item through Royal Mail?
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