How to sell a CeX voucher on ebay?

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Posted 20th Aug 2020
I'm selling a voucher on ebay but I'm unsure how to go about it so I don't get stung. Are there any safety measures I should follow or do you have any tips.
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Don’t do it is the best advice
rimalpatel00720/08/2020 21:06

Video record start to end, until goods are exchanged with post office


Lol, as if ebay take video evidence of you packaging up a letter and going to a post office into consideration

A complete waste of time
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Don’t do it is the best advice
Video record start to end, until goods are exchanged with post office
Daaaavvveee20/08/2020 21:03

Don’t do it is the best advice


Well I need to get rid of it somehow
No safe way best to sell in person to someone
Edited by: "Love__Bargains" 20th Aug
rimalpatel00720/08/2020 21:06

Video record start to end, until goods are exchanged with post office


And then the scammer buyer does a paypal charge back claim for a non working voucher.
Personally comment #1 is the best advice.
avforum, someone will buy @ 80%
/r/hardwareswapUK, it'll sell there at 80% too. One of the mods usually snaps them up instantly and I've never had any troubles selling on there.
Cardyard
How much is it
CupN00dle20/08/2020 21:53

How much is it


£600+ so you can understand my need for safety
I have bought CEX vouchers on eBay but I won't sell any voucher on eBay.
becknise20/08/2020 22:11

I have bought CEX vouchers on eBay but I won't sell any voucher on eBay.


How did the seller sell them?
Palwan20/08/2020 21:12

avforum, someone will buy @ 80%


Yes, AVForums does have a Voucher Codes classified trading forum. However, make sure that anybody offering to buy is a long established member with a high trading feedback score. (Even that is not a 100% guarantee you won't get scammed of course). Also, if you are a new forum member they will expect you to provide the voucher before they pay.
Only sell it on av forums
Never ever list a voucher on eBay as they scam people over £10 never mind £600 !
Edited by: "Misslovely" 20th Aug
PaulandPam20/08/2020 21:11

And then the scammer buyer does a paypal charge back claim for a non …And then the scammer buyer does a paypal charge back claim for a non working voucher.Personally comment #1 is the best advice.


The comment you replied to is one of the most useless pieces of advice given regarding eBay sales.
alex_jamez20/08/2020 22:16

How did the seller sell them?


List the voucher for sale like you would normal. Includes pictures showing the worth of voucher but covering the voucher number bit. Some sellers will only post whilst other will happily email the voucher details after payment. If you do sell on eBay I'll suggest you post the voucher instead
The only way i would sell a £600 voucher is cash on collection or bank transfer, if you involve Paypal or Ebay payments you can kiss it goodbye.
Edited by: "Azwipe" 21st Aug
alex_jamez20/08/2020 21:57

£600+ so you can understand my need for safety


So avoid eBay for starters
rimalpatel00720/08/2020 21:06

Video record start to end, until goods are exchanged with post office


Lol, as if ebay take video evidence of you packaging up a letter and going to a post office into consideration

A complete waste of time
Azwipe21/08/2020 02:15

The only way i would sell a £600 voucher is cash on collection or bank …The only way i would sell a £600 voucher is cash on collection or bank transfer, if you involve Paypal or Ebay payments you can kiss it goodbye.



Daaaavvveee20/08/2020 21:03

Don’t do it is the best advice


alex_jamez20/08/2020 21:57

£600+ so you can understand my need for safety



Gollywood21/08/2020 02:24

So avoid eBay for starters



@alex_jamez as others have said it might be best to avoid eBay altogether it’s such a large amount of money to lose should anything go wrong and it could / likely willgo wrong with eBay.
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 21st Aug
You could use eBay just say it’s cash or bank transfer on collection. I sold a few items recently for collection and buyer received a qr code which seller scans on completion of sale confirming item has been collected.
Why didn't you accept cash from CEX in the first place?
CARDYARD pay 81% I think.
I've sold amazon vouchers on there without issue.
simon7721/08/2020 10:49

CARDYARD pay 81% I think.I've sold amazon vouchers on there without issue.


Maximum they take is 500
jon81uk21/08/2020 09:34

Why didn't you accept cash from CEX in the first place?


Plans change I guess.
I would buy things with the voucher and then sell those items.
I sold one one ebay early this year with no problems. Payment method was bank transfer only though.
Misslovely20/08/2020 22:54

Only sell it on av forums Never ever list a voucher on eBay as they scam …Only sell it on av forums Never ever list a voucher on eBay as they scam people over £10 never mind £600 !


Thanks. Managed to sell it on Avforums for 510 which is more than I would've likely gotten from eBay or cardyard
Waddayawant21/08/2020 11:33

I sold one one ebay early this year with no problems. Payment method was …I sold one one ebay early this year with no problems. Payment method was bank transfer only though.


Wow, whoever sent you money via bank transfer was just lucky that you were honest! They will get scammed at some point - guaranteed.
sane4sure31/08/2020 10:42

Wow, whoever sent you money via bank transfer was just lucky that you were …Wow, whoever sent you money via bank transfer was just lucky that you were honest! They will get scammed at some point - guaranteed.


Yes well there was enough proof in the messages that were exchanged through ebay. I am an honest seller.
sane4sure31/08/2020 10:42

Wow, whoever sent you money via bank transfer was just lucky that you were …Wow, whoever sent you money via bank transfer was just lucky that you were honest! They will get scammed at some point - guaranteed.


Avforums is better as you can see the sellers trading history and can see if their honest or not.
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