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    (Original post by chriztina27)
    ohhh it's been updated,
    Yeah We clarified that about 3 hours ago, lol.
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    My money for this order has been taken out of my account, someone posted earlier that there order had both a Dispatch and delivery estimate, my order has only a delivery estimate and is uneditable (earlier I could change delivery address & postage options).

    Does this mean it has it been dispatched and that I will get it??
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    (Original post by tom//)
    wut?
    what what
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    This has turned from a nice conversation discussing our chances to a bit of an argument where neither side has a clue what they are talking about.

    I've been here since page 2 of this thread and I ordered one - There is evidence in the T&C that we will get them, but also evidence in past cases that the companies can wriggle out of stuff like this.
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    (Original post by Clements-)
    what what
    i think you need to calm down :naughty:
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    (Original post by Clements-)
    what what
    in the butt! :awesome:
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    (Original post by chriztina27)
    ohhh it's been updated,

    What's that?
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    HAS NOBODY BEEN SENT A CONFIRMATION YET?!

    I doubt anybody will get their iPods. I'm still pissed as **** that I missed this though. I died a little, inside.

    :cry:
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    (Original post by Ben25)
    My money for this order has been taken out of my account, someone posted earlier that there order had both a Dispatch and delivery estimate, my order has only a delivery estimate and is uneditable (earlier I could change delivery address & postage options).

    Does this mean it has it been dispatched and that I will get it??
    Yes it does, in fact, I'm suprised that you don't have the iPod next to you right now...


    Stop asking - No one knows.
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    (Original post by tom//)
    i think you need to calm down :naughty:
    I think you need to GTFO :plz2:
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    (Original post by Sam7v)
    Yes it does, in fact, I'm suprised that you don't have the iPod next to you right now...


    Stop asking - No one knows.
    Unnecessary sarcasm alert.
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    (Original post by FatFridge)
    HAS NOBODY BEEN SENT A CONFIRMATION YET?!

    I doubt anybody will get their iPods. I'm still pissed as **** that I missed this though. I died a little, inside.

    :cry:
    Well from previous experienve third parties take a while to send out this email. Theyre probably trying to get out of it at the moment though.
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    (Original post by Sam7v)
    This has turned from a nice conversation discussing our chances to a bit of an argument where neither side has a clue what they are talking about.
    Are you trying to hint that someone will get 15 iPhones worth around £4'000 (that's four grand) for £120? Man, I'd dare say that mere shipping costs of 15 iPhones would be around half of that if not more, haha.
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    (Original post by SC17)
    Yeah We clarified that about 3 hours ago, lol.
    :p: haha, I just read the initial link without reading the faaat 11 pages in between!
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    Marketpalce terms will probably be governed by Amazon terms - I am looking for a link or you all before you jump on me.

    I have studied consumer law in some depth, and yes it is good PR for companies to go through with orders (like Hoover did with the USA flights I think) but ultimately, there will be a term or condition of sale, whether it be Amazon's terms, or Marketplace seller terms - if the seller has no terms, Amazons will probably prevail.

    Again, I am looking for a link.
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    (Original post by Aack)
    Marketpalce terms will probably be governed by Amazon terms - I am looking for a link or you all before you jump on me.

    I have studied consumer law in some depth, and yes it is good PR for companies to go through with orders (like Hoover did with the USA flights I think) but ultimately, there will be a term or condition of sale, whether it be Amazon's terms, or Marketplace seller terms - if the seller has no terms, Amazons will probably prevail.

    Again, I am looking for a link.
    This is a statement from amazon at any rate:

    'Please note that for items ordered from Amazon.co.uk this e-mail is only an acknowledgement of receipt of your order and your contract to purchase these items is not complete until we send you an e-mail notifying you that the items have been dispatched to you. For items purchased from third parties in Marketplace, this e-mail confirms the completion of your contract to purchase those items.'

    Amazon even state in their T&Cs that they have no links to marketplace sellers in that way, and that they are simply the host.
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    (Original post by Dynamitri)
    Are you trying to hint that someone will get 15 iPhones worth around £4'000 (that's four grand) for £120? Man, I'd dare say that mere shipping costs of 15 iPhones would be around half of that if not more, haha.
    I think best case scenario is one each for good PR, but more realistically none...
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    (Original post by AP_89)
    What's that?
    dw just me being slow..pointing out that they are no longer £13, without reading the million posts already mentioning this fact
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    (Original post by Clements-)
    I think you need to GTFO :plz2:
    sorry am goin
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    (Original post by tom//)
    sorry am goin
    :hugs:
 
 
 
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