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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 12GB/256GB Dual Sim - Aura White - £670.99 @ eGlobal Central
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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 12GB/256GB Dual Sim - Aura White - £670.99 @ eGlobal Central

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Posted 18th Nov 2019Edited by:"merb0786"

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Good price for the 12GB RAM model.

This is the N9750 model which is the snapdragon variant

PLEASE NOTE: Usual rules apply with eGlobal - only order if you are happy with potential lack of warranty and longer delivery times and pay with Paypal/Credit Card for full consumer protection in case anything goes wrong.

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Spec:

- Octa-core Processor
- 12GB, 256GB, microSD
- 6.8 inches Dynamic AMOLED, 1440 x 3040, 498 ppi
- Rear Camera: 12.0 + 12.0 + 16.0 MP
- Front Camera: 10.0MP
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot
- Bluetooth 5.0
- 4300 mAh
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25 Comments
Saw this earlier. Great price bro
bigup18/11/2019 20:34

Saw this earlier. Great price bro


Cheers bro
Just read this and put me right off eglobal.
hotukdeals.com/dis…457
I really dont understand HUKD sometimes, they allow tons of chinese sites but yet wont allow some reputable ones.

I am a big fan of chinese sites but only willing to spend what I would be happy to loose and 600 is wayyyy to much.
flang18/11/2019 20:37

Just read this and put me right off eglobal. …Just read this and put me right off eglobal. https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/eglobalcentral-uk-cant-believe-this-has-happened-3334457#comment-39024388I really dont understand HUKD sometimes, they allow tons of chinese sites but yet wont allow some reputable ones. I am a big fan of chinese sites but only willing to spend what I would be happy to loose and 600 is wayyyy to much.


That is the risk you take though (hence my disclaimer) - and also that is why you should pay by something called a credit card or Paypal...

eGlobal have been fine for me over the years but appreciate people can negative experiences.
Edited by: "merb0786" 18th Nov 2019
merb078618/11/2019 20:38

That is the risk you take though - and also that is what the insured …That is the risk you take though - and also that is what the insured option is also for.eGlobal have been fine for me over the years but appreciate people can negative experiences.


Same to be honest, along with deal extreme and aliexpres but everything ive ordered is sub £100.
flang18/11/2019 20:42

Same to be honest, along with deal extreme and aliexpres but everything …Same to be honest, along with deal extreme and aliexpres but everything ive ordered is sub £100.


People post eGlobal's trustpilot reviews quite often and i whilst i get that, John Lewis is actually rated worse but we all know JL is usually exceptional... Go figure.
Paypal has proven to be useless with these chinese sites if package goes missing,( from previous posts) best to always pay with credit card although some of these Chinese sites only accept paypal..buyer beware indeed.
Bully18/11/2019 20:51

Paypal has proven to be useless with these chinese sites if package goes …Paypal has proven to be useless with these chinese sites if package goes missing,( from previous posts) best to always pay with credit card although some of these Chinese sites only accept paypal..buyer beware indeed.


Pay with PayPal and select a credit card registered through PayPal
I ordered a car floor mat and i had to pay import charges for that. No freaking way im ever buying from overseas.
You don't pay ANY import charges when buying from eglobal
borghorhay18/11/2019 20:56

Pay with PayPal and select a credit card registered through PayPal …Pay with PayPal and select a credit card registered through PayPal


Credit card section 75 won't cover you, as you've paid through a third party payment system, PayPal.
pagepack18/11/2019 21:00

Credit card section 75 won't cover you, as you've paid through a third …Credit card section 75 won't cover you, as you've paid through a third party payment system, PayPal.


Worked fine for me when PayPal's buyer protection didn't. PayPal's buyer protection isn't worth the paper it's written on so if your worried about this then go straight for the credit card
Well PayPal buyer protection worked for me when eglobal couldn't provide evidence of item been sent to me.
quake.ee18/11/2019 21:13

Well PayPal buyer protection worked for me when eglobal couldn't provide …Well PayPal buyer protection worked for me when eglobal couldn't provide evidence of item been sent to me.


Same for me too. Paypal is great for that imo
quake.ee18/11/2019 21:13

Well PayPal buyer protection worked for me when eglobal couldn't provide …Well PayPal buyer protection worked for me when eglobal couldn't provide evidence of item been sent to me.


For me when the item was lost in transit the seller providing proof of postage was all PayPal needed to side with them - even though the final courier had even admitted not leaving it in a safe place and left a calling card proving this... Outside my front door!
borghorhay18/11/2019 21:44

For me when the item was lost in transit the seller providing proof of …For me when the item was lost in transit the seller providing proof of postage was all PayPal needed to side with them - even though the final courier had even admitted not leaving it in a safe place and left a calling card proving this... Outside my front door!


I had similar issue when eglobal lost the parcel. But I have contacted and received evidence from delivery office (3rd party) in UK where they said the item wasn't delivered to the country. I have copied all emails from them and PayPal chose my side. The seller was also providing proof of postage but they couldn't provide proof of delivery. So I've got my £125 back.
If you have mobile number insurance and it goes wrong are you covered?
Dont be dramatic people. Use credit card chargeback against PayPal. Unless shop can prove delivery, PayPal have no ground to stand but refund and debit sellers PP account.
chriskrt18/11/2019 22:40

Dont be dramatic people. Use credit card chargeback against PayPal. Unless …Dont be dramatic people. Use credit card chargeback against PayPal. Unless shop can prove delivery, PayPal have no ground to stand but refund and debit sellers PP account.


You would of thought so, but no. PayPal can do what they want... There is no option to appeal or query any decision with them. Their decision is final.
borghorhay19/11/2019 06:34

You would of thought so, but no. PayPal can do what they want... There is …You would of thought so, but no. PayPal can do what they want... There is no option to appeal or query any decision with them. Their decision is final.



The only problem with what You saying is that its credit card issuer decision to either chargeback or not. And they will stick with their client if there is no simple proof of purchased item beeing delivered.
merb078618/11/2019 21:14

Same for me too. Paypal is great for that imo


Same here for an iPad.
fanpages20/11/2019 01:40

"Eglobalcentral uk. - Cant believe this has happened"


Do you want a medal?
fanpages20/11/2019 01:40

"Eglobalcentral uk. - Cant believe this has happened"


This is happening sometimes and that's why you NEED to pay by PayPal or credit card. Then you are protected. Or just by for extra £5 delivery insurance.
Every purchase depending on YOU;)
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