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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

That's generally true - but there's a slight problem.

Right now I've had a few buyers protection problems:
1. Bought GTX680 via paypal protection - I have to wait 30days, before receiving a refund
2. Bought a monitor (QNIX) that didn't fit the description - I have to pay postage return, which is ridiculous.
3. Bought an amp that didn't work, got it refunded by eBay, but not by the seller.

Yep I bought a different Korean ips and paid for pixel perfect they sent it to me with dead pixels and tried to get me to pay for return postage. I just refused until the seller agreed to pay for it
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

That's generally true - but there's a slight problem.

Right now I've had a few buyers protection problems:
1. Bought GTX680 via paypal protection - I have to wait 30days, before receiving a refund
2. Bought a monitor (QNIX) that didn't fit the description - I have to pay postage return, which is ridiculous.
3. Bought an amp that didn't work, got it refunded by eBay, but not by the seller.

So in 2 out of 3 you will get your money back. As for the Korean monitor, that's a tougher one, I was aware trying to return one could be an issue, regardless of their policies.
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Yep I bought a different Korean ips and paid for pixel perfect they sent it to me with dead pixels and tried to get me to pay for return postage. I just refused until the seller agreed to pay for it

My seller, storewithstory does say if the monitor fell under their terms of being defective, they pay for the return shipping. The fun part of these, is getting them to agree on what is defective.
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So in 2 out of 3 you will get your money back. As for the Korean monitor, that's a tougher one, I was aware trying to return one could be an issue, regardless of their policies.

really depends on the case tbh.
End of the day, regardless of win or lose, you're looking at 30 days without that initial money you paid.
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Yep I bought a different Korean ips and paid for pixel perfect they sent it to me with dead pixels and tried to get me to pay for return postage. I just refused until the seller agreed to pay for it

EDIT: NVM
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really depends on the case tbh.
End of the day, regardless of win or lose, you're looking at 30 days without that initial money you paid.

I don't like it when it takes 2-3 days to get my money back when I return something and used my debit card. They take the money right away, but you end up waiting to get it back. rolleyes.gif
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I saw someone asked, so the pixel perfect I bought was listed to be completely pixel perfect, and showed up with 1-2 dead ones right in the middle of the screen. So yes I fought like heck to have it returned at no expense to me.

I ended up buying another one without any pixel perfect guarantee and this one is fine, I think it has 1 bright pixel off in the right corner that you never see unless you look for it.

My reasoning was the first time I paid an extra $80 or something to insure it was perfect, which it was not.

So I figured I was owed a refund and I'd just take my chances on a non pixel perfect one the second time.

Worked out well and I still love this qnix 1440p but I do really want a 4k pretty soon, I'll likely wait till around September and get one for my birthday since better/cheaper ones are coming out.
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Now I am thinking I should have paid the extra $100 for the 30" 2560x1600 version.
I use it to watch movies at night sometimes, and I miss my 32" 1080p Samsung LED TV that I sold to get this.
Ah well, I guess I will have to trawl craigslist till I find a cheap 40" Name Brand 1080p LED TV. There was a Samsung 40EH5300 or something for $120 the other day but someone had already picked it up by the time I called.
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If anyone is still looking, storewithstory immediately accepted my offer of $330 for an ultimate perfect pixel QX2710. Pretty much the list price of a normal one now.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Ultimate-Perfect-Pixel-Qnix-27-QX2710-Evolution-II-Slim-2560x1440-Monitor-/331134376244?
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If anyone is still looking, storewithstory immediately accepted my offer of $330 for an ultimate perfect pixel QX2710. Pretty much the list price of a normal one now.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Ultimate-Perfect-Pixel-Qnix-27-QX2710-Evolution-II-Slim-2560x1440-Monitor-/331134376244?
join me brother and we will time the world! Lol glad you got it at that price too!
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