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Kopkiwi

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#196629 7-Jun-2016 10:49
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Have I missed something, or has this just gone up to $10? I am sure it was $5


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Sam91
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  #1566952 7-Jun-2016 10:54
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I topped up a few days ago and noticed the same thing.


Fo0L
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  #1566953 7-Jun-2016 10:57
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I thought it had always been $10 - based on many top-up experiences several years ago whilst running a hobby-business via Trademe.


 
 
 
 


nzkiwiman
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  #1566954 7-Jun-2016 10:57
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Been $10 as long as I can remember


venomio
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  #1566957 7-Jun-2016 11:02
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I'm pretty certain I only remember it as being $10... But then again my memory isn't my best attribute.


Sam91
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  #1566959 7-Jun-2016 11:04
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Here's my understanding. If you go into mytrademe and top up it has always been a $10 minimum. However, if you go to list something and then have insufficient funds, you will be able to top up $5 instead of $10. Looks like it's now a minimum of $10 across the board.


Kopkiwi

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  #1567012 7-Jun-2016 11:56
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Sam91:

 

Here's my understanding. If you go into mytrademe and top up it has always been a $10 minimum. However, if you go to list something and then have insufficient funds, you will be able to top up $5 instead of $10. Looks like it's now a minimum of $10 across the board.

 

 

 

 

That makes sense. It's now also me done with TM. I ain't topping up $10 because I need $0.35 on the account. Fkcing hate that website now.


E3xtc
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  #1567102 7-Jun-2016 13:41
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but wait - won't they give you interest on your additional credit remaining in your account ;\

 

<troll over>


 
 
 
 


1eStar
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  #1569068 9-Jun-2016 23:05
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Current balance $0.09
I've given up selling stuff on there, so 9 cents it shall remain.

mattwnz
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  #1569080 10-Jun-2016 00:45
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Yeap, it was $5 when topping up when relisting, and $10 when just topping up manually. Disappointing they didn't even contact customers about it, or even announce it on their website. There is no reason they couldn't keep it at $5. It will probably make their books look better on paper for this next financial year, as they will suddenly get a lot more money being paid for credit.


reven
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  #1569097 10-Jun-2016 06:45
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its been $5 for as long as I can remember.  


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