Feeler - ibook G4 12" 800mhz, 640mb,60gig, combo,extreme, Tiger,UK

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 2' started by denial, Dec 19, 2005.

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    i dont know how much pounds equals usd but you can buy a new ibook for 800 bucks so i think unless its under 75% u wont get a sale
     
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    £350 = $535 approx
     
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    $535 is a pretty good deal, someone better snap this up!!!
     
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    How much would shipping be to the US. Zip code 06415? Will you even sell it to me in the US. PM or reply back. Thanks.
     
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    I understand. If you change your mind let me know. Thanks.
     
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    mate, being a powerseller on ibooks in the UK l'd sell to the US right now, the UK market is sucking pretty bad right now and is very sensitive to market changes as you see the low uk prices compared to the bigger us market of ibooks with far lower price changes, so basically summarised sell to the us you'll get more for your ibook
     
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    SOLD:)

    Merry Christmas to all forum members and a happy New Year. Let's hope it brings us lots of exciting Apple products.
     
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    Payment never came so this is back on the market at a stonking £335inclusive of posting!!

    :eek:
     
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    Are you sure you won't do a US sale!?
     
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    I only have a "basic" Paypal account and do not want to pay their fees or the hassle of veryfying, etc. I did have a fully verified account and did the bulk of my buisness on Ebay but, after a while, they frooze my account as I'd had over £3000 pass through it in a short period of time, and demanded I jump through more hoops to prove I was not money laundering:eek: . I was not too impressed with that so, after eventually getting my money back, opened a couple of "basic" accounts. But they then impose monthly limits so even that is a hassle. This is getting long winded for a answer isn't it:p .

    I suppose I would sell to the USA but you would need a USA plug you realise that? This has a UK plug obviously.
     
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    Just for the sake of asking, but could you accept an international money order?
     
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    I'm not sure what that is I'm afraid - can you clarify?
     
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_money_order

    Basically someone in one country will buy a money order in their currency, it will be shipped to you, and you will then be able to get that amount of money in your currency. It's a secure and easy way (other than PayPal) to send a payment or just money overseas.
     
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    Thanks for your help jimmyDTU. I would take that as a form of payment if someone wanted to do that. Or paypal from balance not a credit card.

    I'll leave this open for another 24hrs and if no one makes an offer I'll put it away or stick it in the kid's room (an aging G3 imac is currently doing sterling service).
     
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    Would also trade for a Mac Mini.

    This ibook truly needs to be soldso I'll reduce it again to £315inc
     
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    PM Sent :)
     
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    And responded to:)
     
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