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    Does eBay allow the selling of NOW TV Passes?

    Think there's some rule on HUKD about selling them - so gonna try eBay providing I don't break any regulations there...

    I see others are selling them although not sure whether this means they allow it or they just haven't pulled the listings yet?

    It's a 24 hour sky sports pass , is it alright to sell on the bay? If it is allowed, surely they could claim no proof of delivery? Although could I print the code off and post it that way?

    Thanks for your advice!

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    I think so:
    Ebay

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    Spiky3332

    I think so:Ebay



    Thanks Still a bit confused about how someone would claim for not receiving the item - i.e. how best to avoid being scammed myself !

    Non-physical goods don't tend to be allowed & you're not going to have any proof of delivery so will leave yourself open to eBay disputes.
    Sell with caution basically as you're wide open for being scammed.

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    sickly sweet

    Non-physical goods don't tend to be allowed & you're not going to have … Non-physical goods don't tend to be allowed & you're not going to have any proof of delivery so will leave yourself open to eBay disputes. Sell with caution basically as you're wide open for being scammed.



    Darn - feared as much.
    Hopefully they resolve my problems with the service then as I would have ideally liked to use them myself anyway

    You can't completely avoid the non-receipt scam, unless you send an envelope via recorded mail with a hard copy of the voucher.

    I would however make sure that the buyer's eBay account looks ok, the PayPal account is confirmed and then send it within the eBay messaging system and to the registered PayPal email address. Then you have a trail within the eBay messaging system showing you at least send them a code.

    Just a question, would a pass such as this work for watching The Lions rugby game tomorrow?

    sickly sweet

    Non-physical goods don't tend to be allowed & you're not going to have … Non-physical goods don't tend to be allowed & you're not going to have any proof of delivery so will leave yourself open to eBay disputes. Sell with caution basically as you're wide open for being scammed.

    sickly sweet

    Non-physical goods don't tend to be allowed & you're not going to have … Non-physical goods don't tend to be allowed & you're not going to have any proof of delivery so will leave yourself open to eBay disputes. Sell with caution basically as you're wide open for being scammed.




    There are loads of top rated ebay sellers selling Xbox Live codes.They just email you the code & don't physically post them to you.
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