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# 143516 17-Apr-2014 10:55
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Take $5 off total if you buy more than one item and I can combine delivery.

beyerdynamic DT 990 250ohm
These headphones have been used but are in excellent condition they come complete with the original box and carry case.

$222 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

H&O Laminator A4 Hot
Excellent condition no longer required comes in original box Quality brand
Retail $79 PLUS Almost full box of pouches 100 PCS 75 micron Retail $49

$75 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

Linksys PAP2-NA
Ok this was working fine then we fiddled around with some settings and doesnt seem to connect You may be smarter than me (not hard)and be able to get it working hence the price Box leads

$15 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

NEOTECH SUPER COMPONENT RCA VIDEO CABLE 1.5M, 3 RCA to 3 RCA RGB

$22 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

Polaroid GL10 Printer
Polaroid GL10 Printer Excellent condition very very little use
Bought for a project that didnt eventuate but have tested on a android and it works really well
Several packs of paper original box and charger etc

$200 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

Samsung BD F6500 Blu Ray
Purchased Noel Lemmings less than 2 months old with receipt Original box and remote

$140 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

SONY AX Series Digital Voice Recorder
No Longer Required little use still have box and all it came with recorder like new

$130 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

Webcam 2.4 GHz Wireless 1.3 Megapixels

Adesso 2.4 GHz Wireless 1.3 Megapixels Webcam (CyberTrackV10)

In Box has been opened and tested works well

$45 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

Telecom HTC Windows 8S
Brand new sealed in box
$155 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

Vodafone 655 Chat with Freebees Prepay SIM
Brand new sealed in box
$40 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)

Lexar S50 JumpDrive USB 8GB New Sealed
$13 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)




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  # 1026748 17-Apr-2014 10:55
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  # 1028059 20-Apr-2014 09:24
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Cause your prices INC GST, does this mean we get a 12month warranty on all goods?




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  # 1028083 20-Apr-2014 10:30
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GST does not imply warranty at all.




 




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  # 1028174 20-Apr-2014 15:43
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waikariboy: Cause your prices INC GST, does this mean we get a 12month warranty on all goods?


Whatever warranty the manufactures are required by New Zealand law to apply to the applicable item based on the sale or transaction of siad item will be applied to said item as required by the geneva convention based on the westminsiter system and upheld by the carrier of such said item and Mrs Smith at no 29 rose tree road

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No

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  # 1028176 20-Apr-2014 15:43
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Peppery: GST does not imply warranty at all.

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  # 1029023 22-Apr-2014 10:47
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SOLD
Samsung BD F6500 Blu Ray
Purchased Noel Lemmings less than 2 months old with receipt Original box and remote

$140 Incldes GST and Delivery (Rural Extra Please ask)




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  # 1029248 22-Apr-2014 17:49
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gnfb:
waikariboy: Cause your prices INC GST, does this mean we get a 12month warranty on all goods?


Whatever warranty the manufactures are required by New Zealand law to apply to the applicable item based on the sale or transaction of siad item will be applied to said item as required by the geneva convention based on the westminsiter system and upheld by the carrier of such said item and Mrs Smith at no 29 rose tree road

Or

No

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Sorry don't understand the GST part, cause if I'm paying GST on a second hand good, then do i get warranty on my goods. Sorry don't know all the rules.

 

If you are buying from a shop, or anyone who is ‘in trade’, then the Consumer Guarantees Act applies. If the product breaks then you can take it back to either get a refund, repair or replacement if the problem is minor, or a full refund if the problem is major or causes a safety risk. 

 



im not trying to cause issues. but this the first time i have seen someone use GST in there sale on a forum site.




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  # 1029326 22-Apr-2014 19:22
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waikariboy:
gnfb:
waikariboy: Cause your prices INC GST, does this mean we get a 12month warranty on all goods?


Whatever warranty the manufactures are required by New Zealand law to apply to the applicable item based on the sale or transaction of siad item will be applied to said item as required by the geneva convention based on the westminsiter system and upheld by the carrier of such said item and Mrs Smith at no 29 rose tree road

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No

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Sorry don't understand the GST part, cause if I'm paying GST on a second hand good, then do i get warranty on my goods. Sorry don't know all the rules.

If you are buying from a shop, or anyone who is ‘in trade’, then the Consumer Guarantees Act applies. If the product breaks then you can take it back to either get a refund, repair or replacement if the problem is minor, or a full refund if the problem is major or causes a safety risk. 


im not trying to cause issues. but this the first time i have seen someone use GST in there sale on a forum site.


I think the OP is slightly confusing. I don't think he needs to state GST, because he is not a shop?

Edit: And yes, GST has nothing to do with warranties.




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  # 1029336 22-Apr-2014 19:32
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sonyxperiageek:
waikariboy:
gnfb:
waikariboy: Cause your prices INC GST, does this mean we get a 12month warranty on all goods?


Whatever warranty the manufactures are required by New Zealand law to apply to the applicable item based on the sale or transaction of siad item will be applied to said item as required by the geneva convention based on the westminsiter system and upheld by the carrier of such said item and Mrs Smith at no 29 rose tree road

Or

No

Normal Transmissions will be resumed shortly


Sorry don't understand the GST part, cause if I'm paying GST on a second hand good, then do i get warranty on my goods. Sorry don't know all the rules.

If you are buying from a shop, or anyone who is ‘in trade’, then the Consumer Guarantees Act applies. If the product breaks then you can take it back to either get a refund, repair or replacement if the problem is minor, or a full refund if the problem is major or causes a safety risk. 


im not trying to cause issues. but this the first time i have seen someone use GST in there sale on a forum site.


I think the OP is slightly confusing. I don't think he needs to state GST, because he is not a shop? 


Maybe he is a business though? But if you are selling privately, I don't believe you need to.

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  # 1029346 22-Apr-2014 19:39
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mattwnz:
sonyxperiageek:
waikariboy:
gnfb:
waikariboy: Cause your prices INC GST, does this mean we get a 12month warranty on all goods?


Whatever warranty the manufactures are required by New Zealand law to apply to the applicable item based on the sale or transaction of siad item will be applied to said item as required by the geneva convention based on the westminsiter system and upheld by the carrier of such said item and Mrs Smith at no 29 rose tree road

Or

No

Normal Transmissions will be resumed shortly


Sorry don't understand the GST part, cause if I'm paying GST on a second hand good, then do i get warranty on my goods. Sorry don't know all the rules.

If you are buying from a shop, or anyone who is ‘in trade’, then the Consumer Guarantees Act applies. If the product breaks then you can take it back to either get a refund, repair or replacement if the problem is minor, or a full refund if the problem is major or causes a safety risk. 


im not trying to cause issues. but this the first time i have seen someone use GST in there sale on a forum site.


I think the OP is slightly confusing. I don't think he needs to state GST, because he is not a shop? 


Maybe he is a business though? But if you are selling privately, I don't believe you need to.


He does say "Easter Clearout", and that he has bought them xxx months ago.




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  # 1029360 22-Apr-2014 19:47
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you'll be able to ask for a GST Invoice with his GST number and claim back the tax if you're GST registered.  Warranty has nothing to do with GST

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  # 1029934 23-Apr-2014 16:45
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nathan: you'll be able to ask for a GST Invoice with his GST number and claim back the tax if you're GST registered.  Warranty has nothing to do with GST


so then warranty would apply due to him giving out a GST number. GST number means SHOP or TRADE

If you are buying from a shop, or anyone who is ‘in trade’, then the Consumer Guarantees Act applies. If the product breaks then you can take it back to either get a refund, repair or replacement if the problem is minor, or a full refund if the problem is major or causes a safety risk.


http://www.consumeraffairs.govt.nz/for-consumers/goods/second-hand-goods

i
f your paying GST then you must be dealing with a person with a shop or in trade, and as such CGA applies to all products being sold here. 




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  # 1029969 23-Apr-2014 17:41
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LMAO
No I am not a business I am semi retired
I thought because most of you guys are in business it would save you asking "does that include gst"

I should have kept my mouth shut

My joking comments were really based on the fact that I thought we lived in new Zealand where we all laid back and everything was "Cool" and we all trusted each other to do the right thing
Maybe that's just me

BUT

If i sold something to somoene and it had a fault I would feel duty bound to mention it
But if someone bought a item had it for a few months the it broke or stopped working that tough luck
If I wanted a surety then I would buy from a proper business That sounds fair doesn't it?




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