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# 252764 10-Jul-2019 15:51
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Hi,

 

I bought an iMac recently, and I'm no longer using my MacBook Pro, so I'm selling it. I'm looking for $2000, pickup (Mangere Bridge, Auckland).

 

2015 MacBook Pro 15" Retina. 

 

2.5GHZ Intel i7

 

16GB RAM

 

512GB SSD

 

Includes charger, box, Magic Mouse. As seen in the pictures, it has a black skin (sticker) on the lid. I believe this can be removed easily enough, but I haven't tried. The lid underneath is in good condition. No issues with the computer.

 

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 2274162 10-Jul-2019 16:39
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Just a note it may be eligible for a free new battery

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=76&topicid=251358



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  # 2274165 10-Jul-2019 16:41
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I checked the serial number, it isn’t eligible for a new battery.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2274166 10-Jul-2019 16:43
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Bummer, but bonus reduced fire risk. ;)



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  # 2276071 13-Jul-2019 19:50
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Yes, stuff not being on fire is generally a plus!



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  # 2279506 19-Jul-2019 11:12
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I’m hoping to avoid giving a several percent success fee to TradeMe. It’s hard to work out what the MacBook is worth, but I can accept a lower price of $1600.

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  # 2279602 19-Jul-2019 14:01
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Lol - you haven't auctioned anything for a while have you!

 

It's 8% now or 10% if you allow card payments (which make purchasing drastically faster / easier / more desirable & likely) since people don't have to mess round w/any emailing or bank transfers etc etc

 

If you make it easy to buy your approx. 10% fees are going to be about $175 so you'd need to sell for $1775 to achieve about $1600

 

If you don't accept card payment and make purchasing laborious you still have to sell for $1740 as your 8% fees are about $140

 




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  # 2279611 19-Jul-2019 14:05
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harlansmart:

Lol - you haven't auctioned anything for a while have you!


It's 8% now or 10% if you allow card payments (which make purchasing drastically faster / easier / more desirable & likely) since people don't have to mess round w/any emailing or bank transfers etc etc


If you make it easy to buy your approx. 10% fees are going to be about $175 so you'd need to sell for $1775 to achieve about $1600


If you don't accept card payment and make purchasing laborious you still have to sell for $1740 as your 8% fees are about $140




Thanks for that. That’s a lot in fees!

 
 
 
 




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  # 2279613 19-Jul-2019 14:08
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The MacBook Pro is now sold


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