RyanPym wrote: »
Just Joined this forum to echo the comments from previous posters,
I sent an immaculate iMac for sale £230. Received an email offering me £44 due to a damaged case.
When I queried the damage I was sent pictures of a bent up computer. And asked to prove it wasn’t damaged in that way when I sent it. I had pictures of the basics (screen / keyboard / mouse / packaging etc..) however none of the metal back. Therefore claim was refused.
I have had the item returned however the mouse was not included and I am now left with a knackered computer and no compensation. Absolutely disgusting that they have done this and had the cheek to relinquish any responsibility. I didn’t bother with eBay as it this seemed like less hassle, however I couldn’t have been more wrong.
I wish I had read some of the reviewers here first. My advice would be to avoid at all costs, however if you insist on using them, ensure you photograph absolutely everything, even the unimaginable damage, as I am sure they will come up with new ways to vandalise people’s goods to get a better price.
JReacher1 wrote: »
Why do you think music magpie would deliberately damage your iMac? It makes no business sense at all. Much more likely is that there was an issue with how you sent it.
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