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Old 12-05-2012, 06:41 PM   #8
xendula
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Originally Posted by Andy_T View Post
Keep it, it's a great device!!!

Or sell to an enthusiast.

Best regards,
Andy

PS: Xendula ... what did you sell, and how were you burned? The only time I was "burned" is when I sold a car on eBay and found out that for cars, there is a minimal fee of 50$ (which happened to coincide with the price the highest bidder was willing to offer :-( instead of just a percentage. Are there other such regulations?
When the Nexus 7 first came out it was such a hot item that, in my stupidity, I bought 2, so I could sell one. On paper, I made about $60 from selling it, but by the time they were through with their fees, I was about even. I was just glad I did not end up in the minus, but I learned my lesson. I forgot the specifics, but it had to do with the selling price being over $200 and something else.
I used to sell a few things here and there, but not any more. I also sold my iPad 1 through Amazon, and can recommend that instead.
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