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#420255 - 18th Jul 2010 11:34am Music magpie
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Cash for your cds,dvds,games. www.musicmagpie.co.uk you enter barcode of your stuff and get a price.

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#420257 - 18th Jul 2010 12:11pm Re: Music magpie [Re: chev_chelios]
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Originally Posted By: stephen1972
Cash for your cds,dvds,games. www.musicmagpie.co.uk you enter barcode of your stuff and get a price.
use them at work mate! all cd must be mint.
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#420258 - 18th Jul 2010 12:23pm Re: Music magpie [Re: TRANCENTRAL]
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Saw that in the t&c,s. They recycle it for free if damaged,bet they sell it on.

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#420266 - 18th Jul 2010 12:54pm Re: Music magpie [Re: ]
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They post you a cheque if your goods in decent condition.

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#420271 - 18th Jul 2010 1:39pm Re: Music magpie [Re: chev_chelios]
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and if they are not do you get your goods back
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#420273 - 18th Jul 2010 1:45pm Re: Music magpie [Re: reddragon]
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N0! But i bet they get summat for them?

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#420365 - 19th Jul 2010 1:20am Re: Music magpie [Re: chev_chelios]
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Please note that if you do not follow the above criteria we will unfortunately be unable to accept the item. When this happens, we reserve the right to not pay you for the item and also we will also not be able to return the item so please ensure you follow these guidelines

Sounds like the biggest scam of the century to me... you send them 10 lovely CD's, which costs them pennies to recieve, they sadly inform you that your CD's all have scratches or other damage that means they are unable to pay you for the CD's, they then go onto eBay and sell each CD for anything between 50p and £10 straight profit, and you have been right royally raped in broad daylight, whilst some shareholders are decided whether to buy the new Jaguar XJ or just go the full hog and get a Bentley, from the proceeds of this wonderful scam they have running!!

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#420367 - 19th Jul 2010 7:20am Re: Music magpie [Re: MattLFC]
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withthat There's one born every minute, of which places like that rely on heavily.
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#420536 - 19th Jul 2010 10:04pm Re: Music magpie [Re: bert1]
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#420538 - 19th Jul 2010 10:08pm Re: Music magpie [Re: ]
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I have used theses twice now and not had a problem!!!!

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#420540 - 19th Jul 2010 10:25pm Re: Music magpie [Re: angelina]
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I'd rather a charity recieve my discarded cd's than rip off merchants like this....grrr
And i did watch 'mary, queen of the charity shop' last year and realise that thats a problem too. Sorry to divert a bit off topic but people offload too much blatent sh1te on charity shops. I try to find a balance between giving unwanted stuff to charity and freecyle.
'one mans sh1te is another mans treasure' afterall and i prefer that people 'gain'- whether that be a charity or an individual- rather than 'earn' £1 from organisations like magpie+ the rest....
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#420546 - 19th Jul 2010 10:42pm Re: Music magpie [Re: RUDEBOX]
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However, i have made an almost identical post myself, a year or so ago...Hands Up! blush
Posted it up before doing the homework! Eek
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#420551 - 19th Jul 2010 11:06pm Re: Music magpie [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
I'd rather a charity recieve my discarded cd's than rip off merchants like this....grrr
And i did watch 'mary, queen of the charity shop' last year and realise that thats a problem too. Sorry to divert a bit off topic but people offload too much blatent sh1te on charity shops. I try to find a balance between giving unwanted stuff to charity and freecyle.
'one mans sh1te is another mans treasure' afterall and i prefer that people 'gain'- whether that be a charity or an individual- rather than 'earn' £1 from organisations like magpie+ the rest....
yes withthat i sell them between £1-2 ech in the shop!
music magpie want us to collect 500 albums b4 we send them off frown
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