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    just wondering whats the most expensive thing you ever bought on ebay, do you trust ebay to buy expnsive stuff from them?
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    An old french horn for £350. Valued her at £1000.

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    (Original post by Swim By)
    just wondering whats the most expensive thing you ever bought on ebay, do you trust ebay to buy expnsive stuff from them?
    an album for £6
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    Perfume for £15 - prefer to send a check to the seller cause i haven't as yet bothered to check out what this paypal thing is all about. I wouldn't buy something really expensive and electrical though cause if it breaks odds are your a bit screwed.
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    Laptop for £700
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    £0 I'm not allowed to order things from the internet!
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    (Original post by SiAnY)
    £0 I'm not allowed to order things from the internet!
    hehe, why? :confused:
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    A Vietnamese bride.
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    (Original post by SiAnY)
    £0 I'm not allowed to order things from the internet!
    That sucks!! :eek: You can get some bargains from the comfort of your bedroom
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    amazon = godsend. Along with google, amazon is one of the very few internet based companies i actually respect!
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    (Original post by Whats_The_411?)
    hehe, why? :confused:
    My dad says i can't because sending your details over the net is unsafe. I made a thread about this once
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    (Original post by SiAnY)
    My dad says i can't because sending your details over the net is unsafe. I made a thread about this once
    I buy from ebay and I only put my address on the site and nothing else. No bank details or anything. . Ebay is safe :cool:
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    (Original post by Ellie4)
    A Vietnamese bride.
    acaila's vietnamese :cool:

    (Original post by Toyosi)
    That sucks!! :eek: You can get some bargains from the comfort of your bedroom
    yeah, i've saved hundreds over the years! only if i discvered it ealier! :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Swim By)
    acaila's vietnamese :cool:

    Yeah, scotland is now vietnamese territory

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    (Original post by Willla2)
    amazon = godsend. Along with google, amazon is one of the very few internet based companies i actually respect!
    They still owe my mom some books from two months ago though! Agreed, they're trustworthy, but the delivery of stuff can take the piss sometimes.

    My personal net favourites:

    ebuyer.com

    play.com
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    (Original post by musicboy)
    Yeah, scotland is now vietnamese territory

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    And she was worth every penny!
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    (Original post by Willla2)
    amazon = godsend. Along with google, amazon is one of the very few internet based companies i actually respect!
    their delivery could be faster though. but they DO have a huge coolection of books.

    i personally found ebay and play.com the best.
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    (Original post by Swim By)
    their delivery could be faster though. but they DO have a huge coolection of books.

    i personally found ebay and play.com the best.
    You're a copycat.
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    You're a copycat.
    lol you'll find i said "ebay"
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    A book for £500 (was a present though)
 
 
 
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