Samsung Galaxy S8 G950FD 4G 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Midnight Black @ Toby Deals + See Description MORE Choice
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Samsung Galaxy S8 G950FD 4G 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Midnight Black @ Toby Deals + See Description MORE Choice

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Found 22nd Sep 2017Edited by:"abdi12346"
£480 Went Super HOT from eGlobal
Or you got eGlobalcentral £462.99

Never Purchased from these guys so i can see this deal going possible extremely freezing cold yet people trust eglobal so you probably should try Toby.

Samsung Galaxy S8 G950FD 4G 64GB Dual Sim SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - Midnight Black
- Octa-core Processor
- 64 GB, 4 GB RAM, microSD
- 5.8" Quad HD+ Super AMOLED (2960x1440) 570 ppi
- 12 MP Rear Camera
- 8MP Front Camera
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4/5GHz),VHT80 MU-MIMO,1024QAM
- Bluetooth® v 5.0 (LE up to 2Mbps), ANT+, USB Type-C, NFC, Location (GPS, Galileo, Glonass, BeiDou)
- UHQ 32-bit &DSD support (PCM: Up to 32 bits; DSD: DSD64/128)
- 3000mAh
- Android 7.0 (Nougat)

Availability: IN STOCK

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    Same company , there’s about 3 of them. No way would I spend near £500 on a phone with no warranty you must be mental if you do to save about £100. Sounds like a good price until something goes wrong with it.
    Geez. As the months go by, HUKD is steadily going down in my estimation. These sort of 'deals' should not be allowed IMO. At the very least there needs to be a health warning outlining the potential risks in spending large amounts of cash purchasing goods from half way across the world. But money talks eh...??
    Edited by: "topazz" 22nd Sep 2017
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    Hot deal.
    Ships from Hong Kong? Probably have Tax and Duty on top of that price.
    Gyre83 m ago

    Ships from Hong Kong? Probably have Tax and Duty on top of that price.

    Put " RMA return £0 value" in your shopping address
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    • Standard Delivery Time: 3-7 Working Days
    Seems very much like eglobal? This is also slightly cheaper there. 32066117-hUEky.jpg
    Original Poster
    s24rrt1 m ago

    Seems very much like eglobal? This is also slightly cheaper there. [Image]


    I think they are one company website features are very much identical apart from layout design but plug ins seem to be of the same.
    Original Poster
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    Same company , there’s about 3 of them. No way would I spend near £500 on a phone with no warranty you must be mental if you do to save about £100. Sounds like a good price until something goes wrong with it.
    japes56 m ago

    Put " RMA return £0 value" in your shopping address

    Does that work
    hotHKdeal
    ebaysniper11 m ago

    hotHKdeal


    HotuKdeals

    Wait till 2019, Amazon will have “Brexit” Warehouse Clearance - no returns on EU dispatched goods and import tax fools!
    Geez. As the months go by, HUKD is steadily going down in my estimation. These sort of 'deals' should not be allowed IMO. At the very least there needs to be a health warning outlining the potential risks in spending large amounts of cash purchasing goods from half way across the world. But money talks eh...??
    Edited by: "topazz" 22nd Sep 2017
    topazz26 m ago

    Geez. As the months go by, HUKD is steadily going down in my estimation. …Geez. As the months go by, HUKD is steadily going down in my estimation. These sort of 'deals' should not be allowed IMO. At the very least there needs to be a health warning outlining the potential risks in spending large amounts of cash purchasing goods from half way across the world. But money talks eh...??



    Assuming the buyer can pay the merchant directly via UK credit card (like at EGC) then the supplier obligations are inherited by the UK credit card company; examples being no import VAT to pay, plus the indicated 12m warranty. This is true of any £100+ purchase paid directly to a merchant via UK credit card no matter where in the world the supplier is located, including UK. In this case: UK credit card S75 protection talks.
    AndyRoyd19 m ago

    Assuming the buyer can pay the merchant directly via UK credit card (like …Assuming the buyer can pay the merchant directly via UK credit card (like at EGC) then the supplier obligations are inherited by the UK credit card company; examples being no import VAT to pay, plus the indicated 12m warranty. This is true of any £100+ purchase paid directly to a merchant via UK credit card no matter where in the world the supplier is located, including UK. In this case: UK credit card S75 protection talks.

    Even if that is the case, it could take months to sort an issue out via your credit card company.

    Additionally if you buy a phone that is subsequently faulty, the supplier will be entitled to it back for warranty work... Could be at least weeks before you get it back from a foreign supplier.

    There are issues surrounding phone returns to China.

    What if it gets lost in the post.... who do you claim from then? Royal Mail? Dhl? China post?
    hottoast10 m ago

    Even if that is the case, it could take months to sort an issue out via …Even if that is the case, it could take months to sort an issue out via your credit card company.Additionally if you buy a phone that is subsequently faulty, the supplier will be entitled to it back for warranty work... Could be at least weeks before you get it back from a foreign supplier. There are issues surrounding phone returns to China. What if it gets lost in the post.... who do you claim from then? Royal Mail? Dhl? China post?



    To repeat / expand: the UK credit card co assumes all the merchant responsibilities from supply (inc lost in post) to warranty (manufacturing defect). There is also no need nor obligation to ever contact the merchant again once the credit card payment has been made. S75 claims are straightforward. CC companies often scratch heads with S75 claims, but the CC companies know that they are obliged to fulfill the legal obligations of S75 and it is unlikely the UK credit card companies would want to be seen to be dragging their feet and expose themselves to regulatory intervention.
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    Any Toby Deals customers here??
    crazy_b7 h, 55 m ago

    Same company , there’s about 3 of them. No way would I spend near £500 on a …Same company , there’s about 3 of them. No way would I spend near £500 on a phone with no warranty you must be mental if you do to save about £100. Sounds like a good price until something goes wrong with it.


    if you have decent phone insurance then it shouldn't be a problem, my S7 i bought last year is a dual sim import and that broke and i just got it repaired on my phone insurance i have included with bank no problem at all
    AndyRoyd6 h, 42 m ago

    Assuming the buyer can pay the merchant directly via UK credit card (like …Assuming the buyer can pay the merchant directly via UK credit card (like at EGC) then the supplier obligations are inherited by the UK credit card company; examples being no import VAT to pay, plus the indicated 12m warranty. This is true of any £100+ purchase paid directly to a merchant via UK credit card no matter where in the world the supplier is located, including UK. In this case: UK credit card S75 protection talks.



    What you state is true. This and other factual guidance should be provided to potential buyers before they decide to go ahead and purchase from Chinese sellers.

    Let's not avoid the fact there are other losers with these deals. Firstly, someone ultimately has to pick up the tab for credit card refunds caused by Chinese sellers saving costs by avoiding their responsibilities - and it isn't the credit card companies. Secondly, Chinese sellers and UK customers collude in avoiding having to pay import duties. It is one of the reasons why their low prices are so tempting. Honest UK based traders are losing out, as is the British taxpayer. The whole business is a legal and moral mess IMO and reflects badly on any organisation that makes money actively promoting it.
    I would seriously recommend considering a Xiaomi phone for anyone who is in the habit of 2 year contracts on the latest android device. I went from an LG G6 to a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (£98) and I'm blown away. Has been on par with the G6 in every aspect other than camera. Sure you lose some functionality like NFC but I had never used this on the G6 anyway. Bearing in mind you can pick up £5/£10 month SIM contracts I will never be going back to a newly released phone!
    AndyRoyd7 h, 25 m ago

    To repeat / expand: the UK credit card co assumes all the merchant …To repeat / expand: the UK credit card co assumes all the merchant responsibilities from supply (inc lost in post) to warranty (manufacturing defect). There is also no need nor obligation to ever contact the merchant again once the credit card payment has been made. S75 claims are straightforward. CC companies often scratch heads with S75 claims, but the CC companies know that they are obliged to fulfill the legal obligations of S75 and it is unlikely the UK credit card companies would want to be seen to be dragging their feet and expose themselves to regulatory intervention.

    To be fair, I had a hellish time returning a faulty S8 to Amazon.it (very few courier companies will touch a phone with a sealed battery, RM wouldn't even entertain it) and that's within the EU, I'd hate to try and get back to HK.

    Eventually cost £63 to return (although this got refunded by Amazon) and hours of emails, so S75 protection or not...if things go wrong, the £100 saving may not be worth it.
    sumpter1 h, 6 m ago

    I would seriously recommend considering a Xiaomi phone for anyone who is …I would seriously recommend considering a Xiaomi phone for anyone who is in the habit of 2 year contracts on the latest android device. I went from an LG G6 to a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (£98) and I'm blown away. Has been on par with the G6 in every aspect other than camera. Sure you lose some functionality like NFC but I had never used this on the G6 anyway. Bearing in mind you can pick up £5/£10 month SIM contracts I will never be going back to a newly released phone!


    I have been espousing this to those around me for quite some time- for what most people want/need there's no reason to spend the amounts required on ' flagships ' , as good as they undoubtedly are . But users are on that renewal treadmill , advertising and peer pressure works (xiaomi isn't good enough for my teenagers ,bar one ) ,and then there's the distrust of imports . Your redmi spanks the similar priced offerings from the ' big ' brands ( as if Xiaomi isn't big ) as do several other makes .
    no
    philjstephenson4 m ago

    no



    To everything or something in particular?
    Tobydeals has prepaid vat, I've used them before for a v20, no extra fees
    sumpter2 h, 33 m ago

    I would seriously recommend considering a Xiaomi phone for anyone who is …I would seriously recommend considering a Xiaomi phone for anyone who is in the habit of 2 year contracts on the latest android device. I went from an LG G6 to a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (£98) and I'm blown away. Has been on par with the G6 in every aspect other than camera. Sure you lose some functionality like NFC but I had never used this on the G6 anyway. Bearing in mind you can pick up £5/£10 month SIM contracts I will never be going back to a newly released phone!


    Yep I agree with that. I'm currently using a Xiaomi Redmi Pro which has performed brilliantly for the last 9 months. Much better battery life than my other phone, a Nexus 6p, and dual SIM too. I won't be buying the latest flavour phone again. I'll stick to Chinese phones from now on and more likely Xiaomi.
    topazz4 h, 14 m ago

    What you state is true. This and other factual guidance should be provided …What you state is true. This and other factual guidance should be provided to potential buyers before they decide to go ahead and purchase from Chinese sellers. Let's not avoid the fact there are other losers with these deals. Firstly, someone ultimately has to pick up the tab for credit card refunds caused by Chinese sellers saving costs by avoiding their responsibilities - and it isn't the credit card companies. Secondly, Chinese sellers and UK customers collude in avoiding having to pay import duties. It is one of the reasons why their low prices are so tempting. Honest UK based traders are losing out, as is the British taxpayer. The whole business is a legal and moral mess IMO and reflects badly on any organisation that makes money actively promoting it.



    I understand CC companies reclaim the majority of S75 costs from the merchant via some terms in the merchant card processing agreement; obviously won't apply if the merchant ceases trading where the CC company may take the hit.
    Note example of EGC who typically state the customer has "no further import costs to pay." This is usually because the item is shipped to an intermediary in the UK prior to onward shuffle to the actual buyer - it is the intermediary who is liable for any import fees such as VAT, should HMRC decide fees are due, and presumably EGC has an arrangement with the intermediary.
    No way buying from Chinese companies. They don't answer emails and have any warranties. Even when they sell from places like amazon!
    has anyone read the reviews of this company? i would never spend this kind of money with a company like this. why hduk allow this company to advertise is beyond me.
    BigBuds22 m ago

    has anyone read the reviews of this company? i would never spend this kind …has anyone read the reviews of this company? i would never spend this kind of money with a company like this. why hduk allow this company to advertise is beyond me.



    One reason this may be "allowed" on HUKD is because most people are aware of S75 to benefit from the duplication of the merchant's supply and warranty obligations effected from UK at no additional cost to the buyer, regardless of the perception / location of the supplier.
    You are legally required to pay VAT and duty on this purchase. Assuming this is not included (and there is no indication that it is, and no requirement), there is not much of deal left once you have paid those.
    A
    jesper106 h, 46 m ago

    To be fair, I had a hellish time returning a faulty S8 to Amazon.it (very …To be fair, I had a hellish time returning a faulty S8 to Amazon.it (very few courier companies will touch a phone with a sealed battery, RM wouldn't even entertain it) and that's within the EU, I'd hate to try and get back to HK.Eventually cost £63 to return (although this got refunded by Amazon) and hours of emails, so S75 protection or not...if things go wrong, the £100 saving may not be worth it.

    Did you return phone to Amazon.it for a refund or repair?
    I am not directing to anyone but somebody sent me message on fb offering me to put the Chinese deals on HUKD in return they would offer some discount codes. I think that's the reason we are seeing many Chinese deals on here.
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    kazimierzkozlowski114 m ago

    I am not directing to anyone but somebody sent me message on fb offering …I am not directing to anyone but somebody sent me message on fb offering me to put the Chinese deals on HUKD in return they would offer some discount codes. I think that's the reason we are seeing many Chinese deals on here.

    Definitely nothing like that offered to me yet
    Seems irresponsible of HUKD to let these on here yet outright ban other things IMO. The only reason these deals are so cheap is because the companies are avoiding tax by mislabelling the goods. They usually offer their own ‘warranty’ to make up for the fact that Grey imports usually have none but these warranties seem to involve your device taking a trip overseas and a stupidly long wait that may or may not end up with your device being fixed or replaced.

    Seems odd that HUKD should be so hot on banning some things but so slack when it comes to others.
    Edited by: "misterleoni" 23rd Sep 2017
    I bought my LG G Watch Sport for £350 from Eglobal and had no issues.
    AndyRoyd17 h, 21 m ago

    Assuming the buyer can pay the merchant directly via UK credit card (like …Assuming the buyer can pay the merchant directly via UK credit card (like at EGC) then the supplier obligations are inherited by the UK credit card company; examples being no import VAT to pay, plus the indicated 12m warranty. This is true of any £100+ purchase paid directly to a merchant via UK credit card no matter where in the world the supplier is located, including UK. In this case: UK credit card S75 protection talks.


    I now understand that this seller will not accept direct payment by credit card. Only accepts via a third party like PayPal and Worldpay. I understand that protection from s75 is unclear at best but probably doesn't apply.
    MrPuddington4 h, 27 m ago

    You are legally required to pay VAT and duty on this purchase. Assuming …You are legally required to pay VAT and duty on this purchase. Assuming this is not included (and there is no indication that it is, and no requirement), there is not much of deal left once you have paid those.



    If not pre-paid, the initial receiver may cover the import VAT, where the initial receiver is usually the UK-based intermediary who subsequently forwards the goods to TDs customer. Toby describes the effect to the end-recipient (customer) as "...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..."
    Item 1.9 at tobydeals.com/en_…ns/
    topazz13 m ago

    I now understand that this seller will not accept direct payment by credit …I now understand that this seller will not accept direct payment by credit card. Only accepts via a third party like PayPal and Worldpay. I understand that protection from s75 is unclear at best but probably doesn't apply.



    Direct CC payment to merchant is mandatory for S75 eligibility, so if direct CC payment is not an option via TD then obvsly S75 is not applicable. This is different to EGC who do accept direct CC payment (unless EGC systems have changed within the last 4 wks).
    jesper109 h, 43 m ago

    To be fair, I had a hellish time returning a faulty S8 to Amazon.it (very …To be fair, I had a hellish time returning a faulty S8 to Amazon.it (very few courier companies will touch a phone with a sealed battery, RM wouldn't even entertain it) and that's within the EU, I'd hate to try and get back to HK.Eventually cost £63 to return (although this got refunded by Amazon) and hours of emails, so S75 protection or not...if things go wrong, the £100 saving may not be worth it.


    Every time I've ever asked RM to post a phone with a battery that can't be removed and asking them to put a hazard label on it, I've been told it's fine as long as it's turned off. Different post offices, different staff too - always the same.

    Had no issues returning a faulty 3DS to Amazon.es, but admittedly that may be like comparing chalk and cheese (or paella and pasta ).
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