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he did not pay for the vouchers they were part of a recent Argos promotion,it breaks the profiteering rule

As above, the vouchers were issued by Argos and were 'free' after spending a certain amount.
Therefore, these cannot be sold/

boothy;7569848

he did not pay for the vouchers they were part of a recent Argos … he did not pay for the vouchers they were part of a recent Argos promotion,it breaks the profiteering rule



skusey;7569862

As above, the vouchers were issued by Argos and were 'free' after … As above, the vouchers were issued by Argos and were 'free' after spending a certain amount.Therefore, these cannot be sold/



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bod emrys;7569898

Ahhh, I see, don't agree, but it makes sense :thumbsup:



This site doesnt allow profiteering so it DOES make sense.

Thank you for highlighting my thread. You actually gave me an answer unlike the mod who i messaged lol.
But the majority of vouchers are gained through spending money and receiving them.
So i also don't understand why mine was closed and not others?

Also i'm not profiteering, i was just looking for a like for like trade. So surely i would be in the same position after trading vouchers of the same value. Therefore not profiteering.
Stupid trading rules.

Admin

As above, any voucher with 0 (or near 0 RRP), anything non-transferable or anything received as part of a promotion is not sellable. You did not pay for the voucher, you paid for whatever item you were purchasing, the vouchers received afterwards were a perk.
Whether you think the rules are "stupid" or not is beside the point, the rules are there for a reason and members using the forum are expected to stick to them.

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