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Re: E-Bay

Postby RedVEVO » December 15th, 2017, 9:50 pm

tr1ad wrote:
RedVEVO wrote:
bluefete wrote:Thank you very much - INDAVID and Duane.

Much Appreciated.


Ebay is a rip off.

Used and useless products.

Sometimes no show :shock:

Amazon better - One company .



for just 24hrs could you not be a negative nancy and cry down EVERYTHING?


Do you have credit card with a limit over 20 K ?

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Re: E-Bay

Postby Morpheus » December 17th, 2017, 5:04 pm

LoL lard this guy.....

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Re: E-Bay

Postby tr1ad » December 18th, 2017, 10:24 am

how does that answer the question?
i've yet to see any valuable input besides trolling

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Re: E-Bay

Postby SNIPER 3000 » March 14th, 2018, 10:10 pm

Anyone every bought an engine from Ebay? Would appricate any advise on hidden charges, clearing the item, how is shipping done, where is it post to in trinidad which port, is it worth it or too risky? I have never bought from Ebay.
Thanks,

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Re: E-Bay

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » March 14th, 2018, 10:40 pm

SNIPER 3000 wrote:Anyone every bought an engine from Ebay? Would appricate any advise on hidden charges, clearing the item, how is shipping done, where is it post to in trinidad which port, is it worth it or too risky? I have never bought from Ebay.
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is the seller certified?

You should look for this logo on their profile
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That's the first sign that ebay and buyers have had good results from that seller consistently.

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Re: E-Bay

Postby stev » March 15th, 2018, 11:21 am

I find myself buying from Ebay a lot more than other sites. lol

I only had one incident with a seller 'Qualitycellz'........I purchased a LG android phone for $85USD...they sent the LG charger and a refurbished iPhone 6+ (64GB) :lol:

they gave me the option of keeping it or sending it back...the iPhone was priced at $185US so i kept it. lol the person who i bought it for was more than happy.

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Re: E-Bay

Postby TheBoostLord » March 15th, 2018, 1:01 pm

SNIPER 3000 wrote:Anyone every bought an engine from Ebay? Would appricate any advise on hidden charges, clearing the item, how is shipping done, where is it post to in trinidad which port, is it worth it or too risky? I have never bought from Ebay.
Thanks,


yeah i bought 2 engines. once they say free shipping then its free within the usa. i shipped by sea so the shipping agent handled all the clearing and whatnot and i simply picked it up from their warehouse. All i did was buy online, and submit an invoice when required by shipping agent then pay duties/fees upon collection.

About to purchase a transmission soon.

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Re: E-Bay

Postby Kronik » March 15th, 2018, 9:53 pm

SNIPER 3000 wrote:Anyone every bought an engine from Ebay? Would appricate any advise on hidden charges, clearing the item, how is shipping done, where is it post to in trinidad which port, is it worth it or too risky? I have never bought from Ebay.
Thanks,

I bought a V8 block from eBay for someone, free shipping to Miami, shipping agent took it over from there via seafreight, the person cleared it at the warehouse, easy process. Brought it in to Pt lisas port and cleared it in Medway because it's closer and had better connections there. It was shipped on a pallet.
You will need to pay your freight charges, insurance and the cost for the bill of lading, in addition to your duties and vat charges

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