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Samsung Galaxy S8 G950FD 4G 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Maple Gold CODE TDGP7 £444.99 @ Toby deals

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Found 30th Sep 2017Edited by:"sam_of_london"
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    sam_of_london43 m ago

    8 days ago same site was selling S8 for £ 464.99 and deal was hot . why …8 days ago same site was selling S8 for £ 464.99 and deal was hot . why cold now ?

    No one loves ya baby.
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    Not convinced there is an option to benefit from UK-enforced S75 obligations via TD whereas sister company EGC purchases via direct UK credit card payment should qualify for S75. Sacrificing S75 to save about £10 (after coupon faff) may be difficult to justify. S75 opportunity via EGC here: eglobalcentral.co.uk/sam…tml
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    robo9895 m ago

    Shipping Our StockEverything we sell at Toby Deals is genuine, brand …Shipping Our StockEverything we sell at Toby Deals is genuine, brand new, original and unlocked. In order to get the lowest priced products from all over the world, we have set up our business in the geographical advantageous country of Hong Kong. All of the products is warehoused and shipped from Hong Kong.There is import duty to pay with this retailer as confirmed in their terms.All products are shipped directly from Hong Kong.https://www.tobydeals.com/en_GB/shipping/This makes it not a deal at all.


    No you are wrong. Read terms and conditions
    1.9. Import Tax
    By purchasing a product through our site, customers outside Hong Kong authorise Toby Deals to make arrangements of clearance of customs on their behalf for the products they have ordered.
    Our prices on our site are final and there won’t be any additional fees to pay when the product arrives.
    sam_of_london3 m ago

    No you are wrong. Read terms and conditions1.9. Import TaxBy purchasing a …No you are wrong. Read terms and conditions1.9. Import TaxBy purchasing a product through our site, customers outside Hong Kong authorise Toby Deals to make arrangements of clearance of customs on their behalf for the products they have ordered.Our prices on our site are final and there won’t be any additional fees to pay when the product arrives.



    You're quite right, have deleted my post.
    They don't pay a legitimate amount of UK VAT or Tax and can not provide you with a UK VAT invoice. Say no to fraud.
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    Horrorwood2 m ago

    They don't pay a legitimate amount of UK VAT or Tax and can not provide …They don't pay a legitimate amount of UK VAT or Tax and can not provide you with a UK VAT invoice. Say no to fraud.


    Paying customs is same as paying VAT.
    Horrorwood12 m ago

    They don't pay a legitimate amount of UK VAT or Tax and can not provide …They don't pay a legitimate amount of UK VAT or Tax and can not provide you with a UK VAT invoice. Say no to fraud.


    Tell Amazon and Google that...
    AndyRoyd27 m ago

    Not convinced there is an option to benefit from UK-enforced S75 …Not convinced there is an option to benefit from UK-enforced S75 obligations via TD whereas sister company EGC purchases via direct UK credit card payment should qualify for S75. Sacrificing S75 to save about £10 (after coupon faff) may be difficult to justify. S75 opportunity via EGC here: https://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/samsung-galaxy-s8-g950fd-4g-64gb-dual-sim-sim-free-unlocked-maple-gold.html


    Obviously not if they only accept paypal
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    8 days ago same site was selling S8 for £ 464.99 and deal was hot . why cold now ?
    sam_of_london43 m ago

    8 days ago same site was selling S8 for £ 464.99 and deal was hot . why …8 days ago same site was selling S8 for £ 464.99 and deal was hot . why cold now ?

    No one loves ya baby.
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    Toby F***ing Deals again
    sam_of_london6 h, 44 m ago

    Paying customs is same as paying VAT.


    No? Vat is vat, by customs I guess you mean import tax?

    If this company really "paid customs" then they should be able to provide a proper UK Vat invoice so vat registered companies can claim it back.

    But they can't.
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    Horrorwood9 h, 21 m ago

    No? Vat is vat, by customs I guess you mean import tax? If this company …No? Vat is vat, by customs I guess you mean import tax? If this company really "paid customs" then they should be able to provide a proper UK Vat invoice so vat registered companies can claim it back.But they can't.

    Ok. But they are importing on your behalf and paying customs . When I got the Oneplus 5 , from China , it came the same way as well. That way they don't have to stock in UK and it is perfectly legal. The ones which don't pay customs like Gearbest and Banggood are the ones , which can be stopped. But unless high customs value is declared, customs/postal services never stop packets as I saw when buying from Gearbest.
    sam_of_london4 h, 13 m ago

    Ok. But they are importing on your behalf and paying customs . When I got …Ok. But they are importing on your behalf and paying customs . When I got the Oneplus 5 , from China , it came the same way as well. That way they don't have to stock in UK and it is perfectly legal. The ones which don't pay customs like Gearbest and Banggood are the ones , which can be stopped. But unless high customs value is declared, customs/postal services never stop packets as I saw when buying from Gearbest.


    It would be legal if they declared the correct amount on import, but I assume they do not.

    They should also pay UK VAT even if they are based abroad selling over the threshold. Hence they should be able to provide a UK VAT invoice.
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    Thieves . I was so stupid to trust them . Cancelled my order and would not even refund my money.
    Horrorwood1st Oct

    It would be legal if they declared the correct amount on import, but I …It would be legal if they declared the correct amount on import, but I assume they do not.They should also pay UK VAT even if they are based abroad selling over the threshold. Hence they should be able to provide a UK VAT invoice.



    Previous similar threads have suggested the merchant (pre)pays the VAT or the merchant's forwarder based in UK pays the VAT. The customer does not receive a VAT invoice as the customer is not the party that has paid the VAT and is not the first party in the UK to receive the goods. The cost of (pre)paying the VAT has been taken from the merchant's margin. Or are you suggesting there is a legal obligation for the customer to pay the VAT, rather than another party pay the VAT?
    AndyRoyd9 h, 33 m ago

    Previous similar threads have suggested the merchant (pre)pays the VAT or …Previous similar threads have suggested the merchant (pre)pays the VAT or the merchant's forwarder based in UK pays the VAT. The customer does not receive a VAT invoice as the customer is not the party that has paid the VAT and is not the first party in the UK to receive the goods. The cost of (pre)paying the VAT has been taken from the merchant's margin. Or are you suggesting there is a legal obligation for the customer to pay the VAT, rather than another party pay the VAT?


    No I am suggesting it is a legal obligation to provide a UK VAT invoice to the purchaser when you store goods in the UK and sell them. There is more information here:

    services.amazon.co.uk/ser…tml

    If you store goods in the UK, sell and move these goods to the UK based customers, you are required to VAT register in UK immediately (from the moment the goods enter the UK). Please note that an overseas (non EU) business may also be required to appoint a UK tax representative. Similarly, if you store goods in any other EU country you will be required to VAT register in that country as well.
    Horrorwood1 h, 59 m ago

    No I am suggesting it is a legal obligation to provide a UK VAT invoice to …No I am suggesting it is a legal obligation to provide a UK VAT invoice to the purchaser when you store goods in the UK and sell them. There is more information here:https://services.amazon.co.uk/services/fulfilment-by-amazon/vat-faq.htmlIf you store goods in the UK, sell and move these goods to the UK based customers, you are required to VAT register in UK immediately (from the moment the goods enter the UK). Please note that an overseas (non EU) business may also be required to appoint a UK tax representative. Similarly, if you store goods in any other EU country you will be required to VAT register in that country as well.



    Toby / EGC has no stock in UK, items/orders are shipped on demand from outside UK. TBH debating VAT is a little dull and of no benefit to me so I politely remove myself from the discussion.
    AndyRoyd8th Oct

    Toby / EGC has no stock in UK, items/orders are shipped on demand from …Toby / EGC has no stock in UK, items/orders are shipped on demand from outside UK. TBH debating VAT is a little dull and of no benefit to me so I politely remove myself from the discussion.


    Ok so they still store them here, even if it is a short amount of time.

    If they were paying the correct amount of vat then there would be no issue providing a vat invoice I am sure.
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