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Topic # 82630 3-May-2011 11:12
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Dell latitude d610 laptop

1.8 ghz
40gb hard drive
512mb ram

running windows xp pro with COA

was just used for excel and word processing so in excellent condition

best offer will be taken quick as I have a new laptop and don't need this one but need the money atm!!

Dave (wellington)
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  Reply # 464987 3-May-2011 19:53
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on trade me these go for about $40 to $60

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  Reply # 465110 4-May-2011 08:08
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a quick look on trademe reveals one at a buy now of $400 and another with current bids around $200

so not sure where you got that idea.. either way i would be happy with $100ono

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 465165 4-May-2011 09:54
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I assume it has a wifi card, power pack and the battery itsnt completely toast ?

If so Ill take it. Im in Wellington so can collect with cash :)

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  Reply # 465296 4-May-2011 13:56
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hi

just got it out of the cupboard and checked - its actually a dell d620 which has wifi builtin. adapter and battery all good.

I thought it was still installed but has been wiped, has windows XP COA underneth tho so you could put XP on it or anything.

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  Reply # 465297 4-May-2011 13:58
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Did you get my PMs from earlier - I'll take it!

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  Reply # 465348 4-May-2011 16:37
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Thanks Dave,

A++++ seller. Would definitely trade again ;)


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  Reply # 467939 11-May-2011 14:38
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New Sale..

Dell Latitude D620

Last one!!

Dual Core
1GB ram
80GB Hd

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  Reply # 467948 11-May-2011 15:10
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MEH
so many offering but no one bringing!!!

PM ME

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  Reply # 467950 11-May-2011 15:19
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Dave,

How much do you want for the new D620 your selling? Ive PM'd you but I think we may be getting our wires crossed.

Just tell me how much you want and Ill tell you if Ill take it or not.

Cheers
Martyn

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  Reply # 467951 11-May-2011 15:24
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hey $150 would be good.. PM me

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  Reply # 467954 11-May-2011 15:25
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PM'ing you now :)

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  Reply # 468068 11-May-2011 21:25
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SOLD

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  Reply # 478214 6-Jun-2011 12:55
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I really hate to do this but I feel I have been left with no choice. Positive feedback looks to be encouraged so negative feedback should be accepted just as well.

I bought the original laptop zar/Dave was selling and it went without a hitch (as I posted earlier in this thread I was very happy).

The second laptop however has been a completely different story. Via PM I told Dave I was willing to pay his asking price as long as the laptop was the same spec as the previous one. I was very particular about it needing to have a wireless card and a working battery.

He confirmed it was and sent me the tag code to confirm the details which I did on the Dell website.

Over the next week I was given the distinct impression I was being played off against someone else to see who could deposit the money fastest (or even pay cash to him). I said I wasnt playing any games, would pay his asking price, but would deposit the money via internet banking.

A week later he told me the other person backed out and it was mine if I still wanted it. I said yes so paid the money. I got a confirmation PM from him and was told it would be delivered in the next day or so.

A week later I still hadnt heard anything so PM'd him. He replied saying he would check out the track and trace details, but a couple of days later there was still nothing and he replied to another PM saying it had been returned as undeliverable. As my wife is home all day Im sceptical but was willing to accept it.

Anyway, Dave tells me he is in town and can meet tomorrow at the same time and location as last time. I reply immediately to say I cant make the exact time but am willing to meet him at any time, at any place, but I hear nothing from him.

I call and text his mobile, send PM's but get no reply so move heaven and earth on my prior commitments to be there. Of course he doesnt show.

We do finally get to meet a couple of days later and I take away what I think is the laptop Ive paid for. I get home, start reinstalling the OS to find there is no wireless, the harddrive is smaller than I was told and the battery is completely fried.

Its been more than a week since then and there has been no repsonse to my attempts to contact him. He has my money and I have a brick.

Dave if you read this, you know where I am. You have my details here and my phone number. Do the honest thing and call me to get this sorted out.

There are plenty of muppets on trademe willing to pull a fast one, but I dont expect it on a forum dedicated to helping people.



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  Reply # 478573 7-Jun-2011 15:29
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martyyn: I really hate to do this but I feel I have been left with no choice. Positive feedback looks to be encouraged so negative feedback should be accepted just as well.

I bought the original laptop zar/Dave was selling and it went without a hitch (as I posted earlier in this thread I was very happy).

The second laptop however has been a completely different story. Via PM I told Dave I was willing to pay his asking price as long as the laptop was the same spec as the previous one. I was very particular about it needing to have a wireless card and a working battery.

He confirmed it was and sent me the tag code to confirm the details which I did on the Dell website.

Over the next week I was given the distinct impression I was being played off against someone else to see who could deposit the money fastest (or even pay cash to him). I said I wasnt playing any games, would pay his asking price, but would deposit the money via internet banking.

A week later he told me the other person backed out and it was mine if I still wanted it. I said yes so paid the money. I got a confirmation PM from him and was told it would be delivered in the next day or so.

A week later I still hadnt heard anything so PM'd him. He replied saying he would check out the track and trace details, but a couple of days later there was still nothing and he replied to another PM saying it had been returned as undeliverable. As my wife is home all day Im sceptical but was willing to accept it.

Anyway, Dave tells me he is in town and can meet tomorrow at the same time and location as last time. I reply immediately to say I cant make the exact time but am willing to meet him at any time, at any place, but I hear nothing from him.

I call and text his mobile, send PM's but get no reply so move heaven and earth on my prior commitments to be there. Of course he doesnt show.

We do finally get to meet a couple of days later and I take away what I think is the laptop Ive paid for. I get home, start reinstalling the OS to find there is no wireless, the harddrive is smaller than I was told and the battery is completely fried.

Its been more than a week since then and there has been no repsonse to my attempts to contact him. He has my money and I have a brick.

Dave if you read this, you know where I am. You have my details here and my phone number. Do the honest thing and call me to get this sorted out.

There are plenty of muppets on trademe willing to pull a fast one, but I dont expect it on a forum dedicated to helping people.




Dave, do the right thing and own up. Keep Geekzone clean.

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  Reply # 478600 7-Jun-2011 16:09
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Interested to see how this ends up.




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