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Posted by xCappax on 24 November 2016 - 05:52 PM
Posted by xCappax on 27 January 2015 - 05:15 PM
Well, the dying light season pass was getting the full game huh. Still the digital game right? so you can't trade that in. Nah the 48plus tax for gamer unlock member with 10 reward zone cert. seems like the better deal. You can still the the physical copy, hopefully for 44. Basically free rental versus paying 20 for the full game.
Since when is 48 plus tax a "free rental?"
It sounds more like trying to justify it wasn't a bad thing that you missed out on this deal?
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Posted by xCappax on 07 December 2014 - 11:21 PM
That's the thousand dollar question. Will the buzz die out quicker than the supply? My guess: when something gets more buzz from how hard it was to get it (website crashing) then the actual functionality of the product, probably not good long-term. I think prices will settle around $1200-$1400. Seem to be ending around $1700 - $2000 now. Could be completely wrong.
my ebay listing just sold for $2850.00 wow.....
Posted by xCappax on 07 December 2014 - 07:41 PM
what if the buyer switch out the ps4 with a regular ps4 saying its the wrong item.
escrow service protects both parties.... a buyer pays escrow and they hold the money until the seller ships.... buyer than has 1-3 days to review the item depending on what is agreed upon... if buyer wants to return they need to pay for escrow charges + shipping charges(which could be $100+ or more)... so it avoids any casual returns... also the buyer doesn't get their money back until the item returns back to the seller and it's confirmed.
There are obviously costs for escrow services... but if you want the peace of mind it's the only service you should use for anything you sell that's valuable. If you ever sell something expensive on Ebay, use escrow.
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Posted by xCappax on 07 December 2014 - 01:06 PM
Pray tell - what are the advantages of using the escrow (I assume Paypal) services? How does it work?
escrow services is basically using a third party to secure funds. so I sell my PS4 and someone buys it for say $2,000 on Ebay. I then set up the transaction on escrow.com, the seller pays escrow(their standard form of payment is bank wire transfer but you can pay an extra fee for premier to use paypal) then escrow tells you they recieve payment and you ship your item. When buyer recieves said item they have 1-3 days to review it(depending on how you set up the transaction) if they choose to return it the buyer is responsible for not only the escrow fees(depending on the value of the item could be $100+) but also the shipping costs so it avoids the possibility of casual returns, if buyer rejects the item they also do not return the funds to the buyer until the item is confirmed delivered back to the seller.
For anything over $1,000 in value I would always use escrow, yes it's a bit pricey but it's worth the peace of mind.
Posted by xCappax on 07 December 2014 - 01:40 AM
On phone with Sony Store right now. Absolutely tearing into them like I've never tore into a CS before. Made some requests and I was put on hold to see if he can accommodate after much back and forth. We'll see where this goes.
Feel bad, the person sounds terrified and flustered.
and the douchebag of the day is...
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Posted by xCappax on 29 November 2014 - 10:22 PM
Thank goodness it went OOS again. Already had 3 orders this morning and was going to drop some more cash and pick up GTA V that I don't really need or want to play. One of my orders partially shipped so far, but I am fairly confident the other two will as well.
no reason why they wouldn't...... plenty of MStore glitches have shipped in the past.
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