- Ebuyer Clearance Cosmetic Damage
I’m assuming folks are thinking this is ebay the OP i s talking about. It’s not.
I’ve had the conversation with them and been told that if it’s marked as cosmetic imperfections then that won’t include any damage to the screen of monitors and laptops. I say go ferret.Posted 3 years agothecaptainMember
I’ve done this a few times, who cares about a scratch on the outside of a saucepan or the corner of a phone. Stops me worrying about putting the first scratch on it myself!
Depending on forum, you can often return if you think the defect is too bad. Usually it’s just a return which is functionally perfect but can’t be sold as new.Posted 3 years ago
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