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Remember the black hole thing I was talking about?

Well.... Yup.

Noice!!!!!! Great price too! I think that's about what I paid for my first case as well. Make sure the seller packages it well!!!!!! Get insurance too!!!! The cases can easily be damaged in transit.

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Noice!!!!!! Great price too! I think that's about what I paid for my first case as well. Make sure the seller packages it well!!!!!! Get insurance too!!!! The cases can easily be damaged in transit.

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biggrin.gif Ow yeah, I asked him to package it very nice and tight. Hope I get it in okay condition. Thinking of Taking motherboard out and selling to someone on Craigslist.
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biggrin.gif Ow yeah, I asked him to package it very nice and tight. Hope I get it in okay condition. Thinking of Taking motherboard out and selling to someone on Craigslist.

I think you would be better off selling the components on eBay. Larger market selling it that way. State you only accept Amazon Payments so you don't have to pay PayPal fees hehehehe.

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I think you would be better off selling the components on eBay. Larger market selling it that way. State you only accept Amazon Payments so you don't have to pay PayPal fees hehehehe.

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True, or sell it here thumb.gif
Well, there has to be someone among these forums that is into Vintage PC gear. biggrin.gif
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True, or sell it here thumb.gif
Well, there has to be someone among these forums that is into Vintage PC gear. biggrin.gif

I don't think you'll get much action here lol

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Last I heard, ebay doesn't do amazon payments.


It can go either way from my experience. If I'm not moving the product here, I close it and move to somewhere else.
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Last I heard, ebay doesn't do amazon payments.


It can go either way from my experience. If I'm not moving the product here, I close it and move to somewhere else.

Put it in the listing thumb.gif it's been done before, you are required to say you accept PayPal as well, but you don't have to take PayPal. It's something that should become standard...

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Put it in the listing thumb.gif it's been done before, you are required to say you accept PayPal as well, but you don't have to take PayPal. It's something that should become standard...

Jeffinslaw

Hmmm, never heard that you can add you take amazon payments. Wouldn't that be an outside transaction? I totally agree, it should be offered though. I know they accept other traditional payment options. I also see people shying away from listings that don't take paypal. I guess its the extra security blanket you get with them.
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Hmmm, never heard that you can add you take amazon payments. Wouldn't that be an outside transaction? I totally agree, it should be offered though. I know they accept other traditional payment options. I also see people shying away from listings that don't take paypal. I guess its the extra security blanket you get with them.

It all comes from the idea of contracts. Lol, I've taken one quarter of law so take what I say with a grain of salt, anyways, the description on an eBay listing is like your "Terms and Conditions." Like in a contract, the listing is your offer, if they purchase your item, they are accepting your requirements with an absolute yes. So, if they back out of the sale because they actually want to use PayPal, you can fight them saying that my listing is the specific terms of a contract, if you don't like it, then don't buy it. Any lawyer with any brains would know that this is true and the people at eBay know this is true because I have sold stuff on eBay using Amazon Payments. It's pretty nifty thumb.gif

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I don't think you'll get much action here lol

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Yeah..... Craigslist it is.
Really hate selling on Ebay.
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