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Old Feb 6, 2013, 07:05 PM   #26
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I would love to post this in the marketplace but unfortunately I haven't been able to get the required 250 posts to gain access. 250 posts is quite a bit in my opinion but I understand the need to keep the riffraff out of there.
I can understand not being able to post till you prove yourself but I'm not sure why you can't read this section... ? I think say 50 post should at least allow that..?
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Old Feb 6, 2013, 08:38 PM   #27
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Hell yes if we're you I'd trade immediately before the other person changes their mind!
Mini owner came back to me tonight and was willing to trade the 16gb mini w/ ghost armor screen protector and $50 belkin case for my iPhone + $80. Was going to do the transaction but they got real sketchy once the deal was going to go down so I backed out. Guess $75 was right on the money after all.

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I can understand not being able to post till you prove yourself but I'm not sure why you can't read this section... ? I think say 50 post should at least allow that..?
Yeah, I would consider myself somewhat active in macrumors with my 110 posts but I am going to have to keep on posting before I get any privileges.

I would honestly pay a marketplace join fee of $5 or $10 rather than have to post 250 times...
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Old Feb 7, 2013, 10:52 AM   #28
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In case anyone is still following and curious I just sold the phone on eBay using buy-it now with immediate payment required for $299 + free shipping. Fees were $26.50 + about $8 for priority shipping leaving me with about $265 after all is said and done. No one was willing to pay more than $250 via Craigslist and man people are shady. As much as I dislike eBay it certainly is much much easier to unload something of this nature.
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Old Feb 7, 2013, 11:17 AM   #29
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You could've sent me the eBay item link & I would have bought it for you :-(

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I appreciate the offer but I am not interested in using eBay because I refuse to pay those crooks fees for an auction, the final value and fees to paypal.
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Old Feb 7, 2013, 11:23 AM   #30
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You could've sent me the eBay item link & I would have bought it for you :-(

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I sincerely apologize. I listed it late last night and it sold first thing this morning. It completely escaped me to send you the link or put it in this post last night when I listed it.
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Old Feb 7, 2013, 11:27 AM   #31
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It's ok. You sold it for a very good price and whoever purchase it got a good, very good deal.
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Old Feb 7, 2013, 04:45 PM   #32
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In case anyone is still following and curious I just sold the phone on eBay using buy-it now with immediate payment required for $299 + free shipping. Fees were $26.50 + about $8 for priority shipping leaving me with about $265 after all is said and done. No one was willing to pay more than $250 via Craigslist and man people are shady. As much as I dislike eBay it certainly is much much easier to unload something of this nature.
So you did not insure it? Not wise.
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Old Feb 7, 2013, 08:09 PM   #33
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So you did not insure it? Not wise.
Well I thought about it but it was $8 extra to insure up to $500 and since it is covered up to $200 automatically I figured I would roll the dice. At worst I am out $100 right? Fingers crossed but I have never insured anything I have sold on eBay and not had a problem.
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Well I thought about it but it was $8 extra to insure up to $500 and since it is covered up to $200 automatically I figured I would roll the dice. At worst I am out $100 right? Fingers crossed but I have never insured anything I have sold on eBay and not had a problem.
How is it covered automatically?
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