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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by bkushner, Sep 19, 2016.

  1. bkushner

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    Was wondering, do the classifieds get much action for buying and selling? I put up a complete P3P with tons of extras and not a single offer...getting ready to move it to Ebay. Just curious.I have no asking price so it's not a matter of being priced too high. Thanks
     
  2. Numone

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    Hmmm... No asking price. Do you think that could be the reason you've had no response??.
     
  3. alokbhargava

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    Classified section is read by many forum members who would like to get parts or used phantoms from others. All are aware of the real prices and thus expect a good price.

    You should quote the price.


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    I bought one from the classifieds and it ended up being a scam. So I personally have stayed away since. I've stuck to local ads or eBay. I was refunded through Google, but I was still out the money till the refund came in.

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  5. bkushner

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    I didn't realize make an offer wasn't a viable option here. As for being scammed I left my ebay information there, 18 years 2000 transactions with 100% feedback. I will be listing on ebay tonight and let an auction take place and the market can dictate the price. I don't know what the gear is worth used so that is why I did the best offer thing. Thanks.
     
  6. bkushner

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    I assume if anyone was interested they'd have contacted me...to either make an offer or discuss...thanks.
     
  7. TheLightSpeedz

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    You should at least give an idea.... eBay is good for this type of gear.... BUT, the fees are brutal!


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    eBay's fees are definitely steep, but it's a good trade-off for how easy it is to sell drones there. With a good eBay reputation like that, you should have no trouble selling there.
     
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    $400. Cash. ;)
     
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    I would expect that you should get $700 but still for eBay, I would just start it out at $1 dollar with no reserve because with your rating you will get a great return.
     
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    Also I would give a reason for selling, given its only three months
    old?