Is it okay to buy TV’s from eBay sellers?

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Posted 25th Jan
I’m looking at this TV:

ebay.co.uk/itm…450

It’s about £50 cheaper on there, than anywhere else, e.g, AO, Currys, Richersounds etc. It says that it’s brand new and sealed, but how come it is so much cheaper?
Thanks
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£60 more from richersounds with a 6 year warranty is a no brainer in comparision.
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I'd give that the swerve.
Personally, i wouldn’t buy from that seller, even though they have good feedback. I would prefer to spend the extra £50 and get one from curry’s for piece of mind that if anything goes wrong with it you have some sort of comeback.
SteMoss25/01/2020 11:18

Personally, i wouldn’t buy from that seller, even though they have good f …Personally, i wouldn’t buy from that seller, even though they have good feedback. I would prefer to spend the extra £50 and get one from curry’s for piece of mind that if anything goes wrong with it you have some sort of comeback.


Yeah I don’t think I would’ve gone for it unless someone on here could certify some reliability but should probably give it a miss, thanks
Jallen1625/01/2020 11:23

Yeah I don’t think I would’ve gone for it unless someone on here could cer …Yeah I don’t think I would’ve gone for it unless someone on here could certify some reliability but should probably give it a miss, thanks


The feedback is mostly Lego, no TVs. It's probably a hijacked account.
Yes but for £50 cheaper are you getting a warranty.
£60 more from richersounds with a 6 year warranty is a no brainer in comparision.
I bought a TV from eBay that broke within a week and whilst I can’t be bothered typing it all out it took me a long time to sort out, and whilst I did get my money back the amount of hassle I went through was just ridiculous. I’d never buy a TV from anywhere I can’t easily return it to ever again.
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