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i wouldn't take it personally hun, the mods have been very stricked recently, i think it is a lovely thought btw.:thumbsup:

i agree with you, it's a non profit deal for the seller and in no way should this not be passed.

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wii expert;2788817

i agree with you, it's a non profit deal for the seller and in no way … i agree with you, it's a non profit deal for the seller and in no way should this not be passed.



yeah was really miffed when they said no when i wanted to give a load for Charlie's thread.
So was hoping to get this changed as i explained in my post

i think it should be allowed for the charity thing but not for people to profit from, imagine if people started selling the stuff they got from the freebies section same thing

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ilovepink;2794708

i think it should be allowed for the charity thing but not for people to … i think it should be allowed for the charity thing but not for people to profit from, imagine if people started selling the stuff they got from the freebies section same thing



i dont see asking £1 as profit 32p covers first class stamp and 68p for your time and as my suggestion states the seller should be offering a minimum of a £5 in vouchers.
I dont mind sending the odd vouchers to ne1 for free but i feel too often when stuff is given for free people abuse it and say they want it just because its free.
You only to look at the recent boffer site freebies. Loads of ppl complaining on their forum as they dont like the cd. It cost them nothing and they can always try and sell it so i dont see the problem,
But by making a minimum £1 charge or £1.50 for rec'd. Means the person wants the vouchers.

Admin

Ok, Rayman and I have just had a chat about this- here's what is/isn't allowed from now on

The sale of vouchers which you received free can not be sold on Hotukdeals.
These vouchers cannot be offered as part of an exchange either.
Their face value/monetary value is often zero or 0.01p- asking prices cannot exceed this.

If a member wishes to donate the vouchers to another member, or offer them in a charity thread, then that's fine.
Basically, we won't allow members to profit from voucher which they received for nothing, as it goes against the ethics of the forum.

deleted sorry meant to pm instead

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juliet_bravo;2795290

Ok, Rayman and I have just had a chat about this- here's what is/isn't … Ok, Rayman and I have just had a chat about this- here's what is/isn't allowed from now on :)The sale of vouchers which you received free can not be sold on Hotukdeals.These vouchers cannot be offered as part of an exchange either.Their face value/monetary value is often zero or 0.01p- asking prices cannot exceed this.If a member wishes to donate the vouchers to another member, or offer them in a charity thread, then that's fine.Basically, we won't allow members to profit from voucher which they received for nothing, as it goes against the ethics of the forum.


im not proposing selling just asking for enough to cover postage and our time in sorting them

DIVA1977;2794961

i dont see asking £1 as profit 32p covers first class stamp and 68p for … i dont see asking £1 as profit 32p covers first class stamp and 68p for your time and as my suggestion states the seller should be offering a minimum of a £5 in vouchers.I dont mind sending the odd vouchers to ne1 for free but i feel too often when stuff is given for free people abuse it and say they want it just because its free.You only to look at the recent boffer site freebies. Loads of ppl complaining on their forum as they dont like the cd. It cost them nothing and they can always try and sell it so i dont see the problem,But by making a minimum £1 charge or £1.50 for rec'd. Means the person wants the vouchers.



- i didnt mean you diva x x x i think what your doing is fab i think you should be allowed to charge for p&p
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