Used Sony Playstation 4 (black) with two controllers - DECEMBER DELIVERY - £169.99 @ MillRace IT (eBay)
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Used Sony Playstation 4 (black) with two controllers - DECEMBER DELIVERY - £169.99 @ MillRace IT (eBay)

£169.99eBay Deals
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Found 1st Sep 2015
CHRISTMAS DELIVERY

Seems like a great deal if you can wait a while. Even without a controller this is a good price, and this has two.

Seller has good feedback.

46 Comments

Banned

December delivery? Blimey, I could knit one quicker....

Sounds odd.

Original Poster

I'm waiting for Hitman to come out, may be a good deal for someone if looking for a budget Christmas PS4 for the kids. Also comes with a year's RTB warranty

Seems too good to be true wouldn't risk it.

seems a little weird as also your 45 day guarantee with ebay will be expired as well?

Original Poster

Seller has 99.1% positive feedback over 22,000 ratings, and you get eBay's Buyer Protection Guarantee (at least I think so - I'll check the length of that cover). Plus the seller is a charitable organisation, not some bloke selling them out the back of a van

stevecavery

I'm waiting for Hitman to come out, may be a good deal for someone if … I'm waiting for Hitman to come out, may be a good deal for someone if looking for a budget Christmas PS4 for the kids. Also comes with a year's RTB warranty



Every year an eBay member rips people off on here with a console deal around Christmas regardless of feedback. Just be aware pal.
Edited by: "Bob_Green" 1st Sep 2015

Looks like a scam. The estimated delivery time is noted as between October and November yet the seller states the stock is coming in December. The Ebay protection will expire 30 days after the estimated delivery date so if you end up with nothing in December Ebay won't help.

LOOL! 35 Already Sold!

oUkTuRkEyIII

Every year an eBay member rips people off on here with a console deal … Every year an eBay member rips people off on here with a console deal around Christmas regardless of feedback. Just be aware pal.


Reminds me a year or two ago there was a deal for a HD (on here?) on ebay. Thought is was a bargain and good feedback so took the chance. Got a horse (some little charm thing), complained and got our money back.

edwin29

Looks like a scam. The estimated delivery time is noted as between … Looks like a scam. The estimated delivery time is noted as between October and November yet the seller states the stock is coming in December. The Ebay protection will expire 30 days after the estimated delivery date so if you end up with nothing in December Ebay won't help.



The reason for October delivery is because eBay won't give the seller the option to go beyond that but I tend to agree on the scam bit. From September to December is about three months, say if the seller wants to play around and delay it you're definitely going to be out of eBay protection period. You're only way of getting the money back will be going through you're bank as PayPal is also a thief...

I thought dispute time was now 6 months?

See if we get one just want it for the controllers really lol

Original Poster

I have contacted the seller; they've been about since 2005 and are a registered company based in Essex. If I don't get confirmation I'll cancel; if I do get confirmation and they don't deliver I'm not too far from Essex!

very odd deal,

would stay clear personally

edwin29

Looks like a scam. The estimated delivery time is noted as between … Looks like a scam. The estimated delivery time is noted as between October and November yet the seller states the stock is coming in December. The Ebay protection will expire 30 days after the estimated delivery date so if you end up with nothing in December Ebay won't help.



gotta give the guy time to hunt down a van full of ps4's, jeez some people are just never happy

I have dealt with these people a few times, never had any reason to complain, they have bought my old laptops from me also. From what i understand of them they are an organisation who repair (clean to a high standard, reset BIOS etc in the case of laptops), i think they use the service to train people (disabled etc), making a little profit on the sales also as a charity they will have tax relief. Having retrained many years ago in just such an organisatio (St Lloyes, Exeter), who provided the same sort of things while training their students to an NVQ level in various tasks while accommadating and feeding them at no charge, i cannot think they would not honour any orders via them. ( Their S-Bay blurb ) ---MillRace IT offers both training and employment opportunities for disadvantaged people in Essex. Some of our staff and trainees are recovering from mental health problems and use the experience to help on the road to recovery.

Edited by: "moorjock" 1st Sep 2015

Don't expect eBay or PayPal to help you if it's a scam. As soon as those days pass to raise a claim they don't want to know. I bought a rear axle to replace my worn one, seller repeatedly told me the courier couldn't find my address and that was after initial delays for other reasons. All communication was via eBay yet when it turned up it was worse than mine. EBay and PayPal ignored everything, despite an email trail proving it had turned up as the claim period expired.

liamf12

Don't expect eBay or PayPal to help you if it's a scam. As soon as those … Don't expect eBay or PayPal to help you if it's a scam. As soon as those days pass to raise a claim they don't want to know. I bought a rear axle to replace my worn one, seller repeatedly told me the courier couldn't find my address and that was after initial delays for other reasons. All communication was via eBay yet when it turned up it was worse than mine. EBay and PayPal ignored everything, despite an email trail proving it had turned up as the claim period expired.



as moorjock said above, and from my own googling this does look real, and most likely is, tho as always ebay is your own job to use your brains and to decide your self,

me i say they will be better deals than £170 by xmas anyways *but it is a good deal if you cant plan, and is a trusted non profit seller*

if you plan for them (half cost love 2 voucher deals and going to argos in xmas sales, or stacking CC points and going to tescos in the sales, half price amazon voucher and xmas deals, so on so on)

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as for liam it was your own fault for not using common sense, if the buyer keeps delaying and claiming the courier cant find your address, then it must of been posting find a tracked delivery service, they for as soon as a seller has claimed they posted if they cant provide you with a tracking number is when you open a case stating clearly that the item has not been posted tho the seller said it has and that you wish to be refunded and buy from else where, than you will 100% of the time get your money back

so many ebay buyers dont use common sense, same as so many sellers i dont know the amount of times i've had your items has been posted emails on a sunday, witch are normally a dead give away that the seller should not be doing ebay cos they dont have a clue and or life in a fantasise world where post offices are open sunday

What an odd but effective way of securing a small loan for your business without going to the bank or lenders.

hotmep

What an odd but effective way of securing a small loan for your business … What an odd but effective way of securing a small loan for your business without going to the bank or lenders.


Very good point , this seller has got £6290 so far till December , interest free !!

moorjock

I have dealt with these people a few times, never had any reason to … I have dealt with these people a few times, never had any reason to complain, they have bought my old laptops from me also. From what i understand of them they are an organisation who repair (clean to a high standard, reset BIOS etc in the case of laptops), i think they use the service to train people (disabled etc), making a little profit on the sales also as a charity they will have tax relief. Having retrained many years ago in just such an organisatio (St Lloyes, Exeter), who provided the same sort of things while training their students to an NVQ level in various tasks while accommadating and feeding them at no charge, i cannot think they would not honour any orders via them. ( Their S-Bay blurb ) ---MillRace IT offers both training and employment opportunities for disadvantaged people in Essex. Some of our staff and trainees are recovering from mental health problems and use the experience to help on the road to recovery.



I don't want to be the one who is nagging much but if they're meant to be the ones who repairing/cleaning these second hand consoles prior sale through training others etc etc, then for this deal they have mentioned they're pre-selling because these consoles all come in a day and they've got no storage for them which is fairly odd to me. Also I'm not really sure where are they going to source the second controller for these consoles as each console comes with one controller but they're offering two for sale. A bit fishy to me to be honest but well you never know...
Edited by: "mixmixi" 1st Sep 2015

qwerfgt

[quote=liamf12] so many ebay buyers dont use common sense, same as so … [quote=liamf12] so many ebay buyers dont use common sense, same as so many sellers i dont know the amount of times i've had your items has been posted emails on a sunday, witch are normally a dead give away that the seller should not be doing ebay cos they dont have a clue and or life in a fantasise world where post offices are open sunday



I think some sellers pack their items and mark dispatched on Sunday ready for Monday. The emails are automatic.

I've been noticing on Facebook a scam site that offers to buy people's eBay account, £20 says this a fake account.

Someone's going to make a lot of cash for very little effort

12 month warranty and if it breaks you send it back and get a new one mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. If they get them all in one day and have to ship them out how will you get a replacement if they don't have any in storage.

qwerfgt

as moorjock said above, and from my own googling this does look real, and … as moorjock said above, and from my own googling this does look real, and most likely is, tho as always ebay is your own job to use your brains and to decide your self, me i say they will be better deals than £170 by xmas anyways *but it is a good deal if you cant plan, and is a trusted non profit seller* if you plan for them (half cost love 2 voucher deals and going to argos in xmas sales, or stacking CC points and going to tescos in the sales, half price amazon voucher and xmas deals, so on so on)---as for liam it was your own fault for not using common sense, if the buyer keeps delaying and claiming the courier cant find your address, then it must of been posting find a tracked delivery service, they for as soon as a seller has claimed they posted if they cant provide you with a tracking number is when you open a case stating clearly that the item has not been posted tho the seller said it has and that you wish to be refunded and buy from else where, than you will 100% of the time get your money back so many ebay buyers dont use common sense, same as so many sellers i dont know the amount of times i've had your items has been posted emails on a sunday, witch are normally a dead give away that the seller should not be doing ebay cos they dont have a clue and or life in a fantasise world where post offices are open sunday



When you pay for postage online with paypal through ebay it automatically marks it as dispatched.

Dodgy

This should be removed by the HUKD Mods. This is going to end badly for any members who purchased.

Oh deary me. As they say theirs one born every minute. Dodgy beyond believe and people wonder why they get ripped off

bumbaclart

This should be removed by the HUKD Mods. This is going to end badly for … This should be removed by the HUKD Mods. This is going to end badly for any members who purchased.


Don't want to sound nasty but anybody who uses this deal deservers what they get

Guys - these are a charity who have been around for over 20 years. If you think they're going to rip you off with a dodgy PS4 you're mad.

It's really not unheard of to order stock 2/3 months in advance.

bma1445

Guys - these are a charity who have been around for over 20 years. If you … Guys - these are a charity who have been around for over 20 years. If you think they're going to rip you off with a dodgy PS4 you're mad.It's really not unheard of to order stock 2/3 months in advance.



Who's to say the account has not been compromised?

Why aren't they taking a deposit instead of the full amount ?

Cold

Tazzer

Why aren't they taking a deposit instead of the full amount ?



Because then you have to mess around taking the remaining payment, dealing with the non-payers etc.

zombrex

Who's to say the account has not been compromised?



Really? That's clutching at straws to say the least.

Stay away I say; if a well walks up to a thirsty man let him be aware!

qwerfgt

as moorjock said above, and from my own googling this does look real, and … as moorjock said above, and from my own googling this does look real, and most likely is, tho as always ebay is your own job to use your brains and to decide your self, me i say they will be better deals than £170 by xmas anyways *but it is a good deal if you cant plan, and is a trusted non profit seller* if you plan for them (half cost love 2 voucher deals and going to argos in xmas sales, or stacking CC points and going to tescos in the sales, half price amazon voucher and xmas deals, so on so on)---as for liam it was your own fault for not using common sense, if the buyer keeps delaying and claiming the courier cant find your address, then it must of been posting find a tracked delivery service, they for as soon as a seller has claimed they posted if they cant provide you with a tracking number is when you open a case stating clearly that the item has not been posted tho the seller said it has and that you wish to be refunded and buy from else where, than you will 100% of the time get your money back so many ebay buyers dont use common sense, same as so many sellers i dont know the amount of times i've had your items has been posted emails on a sunday, witch are normally a dead give away that the seller should not be doing ebay cos they dont have a clue and or life in a fantasise world where post offices are open sunday



Some Post Offices do actually open on a Sunday...depends where they are based....my sister's local one is in a shop & it is open 7 days a week and you can post things (including parcels) up to 10pm at night I think...
Edited by: "tiggerloveslife" 1st Sep 2015

Not to sure about this. It was only 2 months ago when a high rated seller was selling PS4 controllers for less than £20 each brand new. It was posted on here as well. He sold loads of them and apparently fled the country if I remember.

123kasabian

I think some sellers pack their items and mark dispatched on Sunday ready … I think some sellers pack their items and mark dispatched on Sunday ready for Monday. The emails are automatic.



My local post office lets me post on Sundays. All services are available at the counter.
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