Seagate IronWolf 4TB 3.5" NAS Hard Drive - Free C&C or Delivery £98.99 @ Ebuyer
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Seagate IronWolf 4TB 3.5" NAS Hard Drive - Free C&C or Delivery £98.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 16th Jan
A few quid more than the pre xmas deals but still a lot of drive for the cash imho?

Same price at Amazon so u to you who you trust on this one...
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I purchased these from both amazon/ebuyer during black Friday. Ebuyer was packaged better but had no issues with either.
Bear in mind if this fails within the warranty period Ebuyer will make a deduction from any refund as they reckon you've had some use out of it. For this reason I no longer use them.
dwl9917 m ago

Bear in mind if this fails within the warranty period Ebuyer will make a …Bear in mind if this fails within the warranty period Ebuyer will make a deduction from any refund as they reckon you've had some use out of it. For this reason I no longer use them.


I've never heard of that happening before, thats not within UK law im pretty sure? Cant be, can it? Anyone else had this with them? I know after the standard 1 year ( in which they have to fully refund or replace with like for like ) they can refer you back to the manufacturer but partial refund....never heard of it and not 100% sure its legal? Any experts out there clarify this at all?
Edited by: "philjstephenson" 16th Jan
Ebuyer, who pride themselves on rejecting RMAs, no ta.

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powerbrick33 m ago

Ebuyer, who pride themselves on rejecting RMAs, no ta.[Image]


Yeah, im pretty sure that if you force the issue they got no choice within the first year, so no matter what this pic puports to show it dont matter in the eyes of consumer law....
Yes, they deducted for a power supply - never bought from them again. Perfect way for them to permanently lose customers
powerbrick2 h, 9 m ago

Ebuyer, who pride themselves on rejecting RMAs, no ta.[Image]


are these the tech support stand-ins? as none of them look like a "Dan" to me for a start. and is the one on the far right so short of note paper, she's resorted to making notes on her foot?
Edited by: "cliffio76" 16th Jan
I remember that target picture.

I have not used them in years.
Me and my mate bought a psu, both were faulty and fried our motherboards.

ebuyer did not want to know. Useless.

Years later I bought a 2nd hand Corsair psu which was faulty, Corsair sent me a brand new power supply and a cheque for £458 to cover damage for motherboard, ram and cpu.
Rather buy from Amazon.. better CS and theyll replace, no questions asked
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