You are Guaranteed the best prices of merchandise online – only on eBay.
Looking for the best online deals on vacuum cleaner, phones, cooker, toiletries or anything for that matter? The eBay’s Price Match Guarantee is where to go.
Launched in North America earlier this year, it is now up and running in Europe as well.
The Price Match is basically a Guarantees that any eligible deal will be the best price online in that market
Here’s how it works:
Contact eBay Customer Support prior to making the purchase in order to confirm that there really is a lower price elsewhere. Once confirmed, the shopper receives a coupon to apply to the purchase on eBay.
Not ready for Windows 10? You can still get the older versions (Windows 7 and 8) on eBay or Amazon.
Windows 10 has been around since July 2015, but a lot of people still love Windows 7 and won’t let go. The furthest they want to go for now is Windows 8, or 8.1. Hundreds of reasons exist why this is the case. Personally, I preferred Windows 7 because it was the operating system I grew up with. It’s like having to abandon an old friend for some the new dude in town. But this simple analogy isn’t to downplay the argument by many Windows fan; that Windows 7 is the best ever by Microsoft. You can go to Quora to read more discussions on why people love Windows 7.
For folks that just want to get the older versions of Windows, here are some decent stores and products to check out. If an item listed here is no longer available, you can just just click directly to see the entire Windows 7 and 8 Amazon search page
Amazon is really cool, but eBay also have a good collection of Windows 7, and 8 computers. And as far as price is concerned, sometimes you get better deals on eBay. Apart from the two samples below, you can also go to eBay refined search for Windows 7 and 8 to see my items.
Thanks to Amazon’s flexible return policy, it’s easy to get a refund for your returned item, or even change the item for a different one.
Processing an item for return to Amazon is pretty simple. More so if the item in question is new and unopened. Just make sure to complete the process with Amazon within 30 days of delivery. By following their guideline, it is possible to receive a full refund as well. Amazon also puts into consideration seasonal factors that may delay returning an item, but it’s always better to confirm.
You might be wondering when you will get your refund if you apply for that? Well it usually takes about 2-3 weeks. Although most refunds are completed in 3-5 days after Amazon receive and process your return.
1. Click the “Return Items” button. It will take you to a list of your recently purchased item.
2. From that list check the item you want to return.
3. Look at the right side of the screen to select a reason why you want to return the item. A box will appear after you have selected a reason. In that box explain your reason in more details.
When available, Amazon provides the option for a Pickup. If you are eligible for that option click the pickup option, confirm your address and Amazon will send someone to come pick up the item at a specified time.
In case the Pickup option is not available, then you will have to neatly package the item and mail it back to a designated address.
The video below provides further information on how to return to Amazon,
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Digital Addiction: The scientific fact that our smart phones and electronics is leaving us not much better than crack heads
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Call it Frankenstein, and you could be right, smartphones are not just accelerating mortality rate, it is also bent on taking over our senses. Over the years the debate went on about the effect of smartphone on our intelligence. Critics suggests that by simplifying most of our tasks, the smartphones does make us lazier. Smartphones can not only type our text messages, it can also supply us with word choice (mind reading), and even forces corrections on us when we type the “wrong” word. Does this takeover of our brain functions leave us more stupid? continue reading