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October 08, 2011, 05:34:50 AM
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Looking to buy 2 x $600 nVidia 580 GTx's graphics cards, for those looking for quick cash I would like to trade moneybookers payments for 2 x $500 redeemable eBay gift cards/vouchers

Paying 70% on the dollar or $300  per $500 card/Money will be held in moneybooker escrow service until codes are re-deemed and cards purchased to protect both seller/buyer
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October 08, 2011, 06:47:15 AM
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hmmm, so. you send $300 and you get back $500 in return. Besides you, who wins on that?
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October 08, 2011, 10:03:54 AM
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I'm just putting my offer out there, I can only pay 70% of face value because  to pay anywhere close to face value + together with exchange rates + re-shipping fee's defeats the purpose of buying/importing the cards from the USA in the first place.

Someone might want quick cash  with out having to go  through the hassle of  auctioning it off, or just wants rid of it quick, who knows really......I'm not out to put one over someone  or offend people, just looking for a good deal.

Also I just got into coin trading/buying if I had enough I would try and do more, but with exchange rate as it is there isn't much wiggle room
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October 08, 2011, 06:03:37 PM
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There is a good deal and then there is just plain stupid deal.

It is insanely easy to unload ebay gift card at face value.  They are essentially cash and for some international users sometimes it the easiest way to use ebay.

I mean no offense but your post is like saying.  "Looking to buy one $20 USD bills.  Willing to pay $14 cash today."
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October 08, 2011, 06:16:34 PM
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That's a good deal Wink
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October 09, 2011, 05:29:23 AM
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There is a good deal and then there is just plain stupid deal.

It is insanely easy to unload ebay gift card at face value.  They are essentially cash and for some international users sometimes it the easiest way to use ebay.

I mean no offense but your post is like saying.  "Looking to buy one $20 USD bills.  Willing to pay $14 cash today."

None taken, but I have issues  of people unloading gift cards at face value....Unless you are money laundering what would be the purpose of buying at anything above   80%?

I already did a deal for one  Grin..... personally I have no issues where/how they got them, just that the codes work, remember we are not in this for love
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