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07-14-2008, 09:42 PM   #1
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[SOLD] Tamron 1.4x Teleconverter PZ-AF-MC4

I am selling a Tamron 1.4x teleconverter PZ AF MC4. $120 + shipping (Paypal accepted, Fee for using credit card will be applied). This has sat on the shelf inside the pouch for a long time without use. It has been used just a handful of times. I am new to this selling biz on the forum, so if you want it overseas, I'll need some help in understanding how that all works.
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PM sent.....
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Another PM sent , Next in line please
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Whats the point in having a wanted section?

mmm waste of space IMHO


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Sale Pending...sorry about the re-post/not using the wanted section.. New to this and not comfortable doing an overseas for my first sale....
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There is presently one on e-Bay (at $50 w/6 days to go). It also is the correct one, meaning that it will allow AF w/SDM - at least mine does.....

Good luck........
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QuoteOriginally posted by Truax_photo Quote
Sale Pending...sorry about the re-post/not using the wanted section.. New to this and not comfortable doing an overseas for my first sale....


You can sell in condfience to anyone anywhere

Paypal is a good option that way both are protect if it goes wrong

So is Ash the lucky winner for the TC


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Nope cupic,

Seller was worried about selling o/seas and keen to sell to US buyer next in line to avoid hassles...

I share your sentiment, mate... I've posted a wanted ad for a DA* 16-50 for over a week and 3 of them passed me by on this forum.

Can moderators encourage sellers to look for potential buyers first in the wanted section first somehow?
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Since this discussion is continuing... What are the duties/customs requirements? Do they fall on the seller from the states or on you the buyer who has to receive the item? If you can give a brief summary of how that works, I (and I hope others) will consider you guys more often. I realize that with the exchange rates, we here in the states have pretty good prices for you.... Now that I have my first sale ( NOT the 1.4x yet) using paypal (not through commercial retailer or ebay) I'll consider overseas selling if it is simply a matter of boxing the item up and sending over the pond... Thanks for the information...I hope it helps you guys out too!
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There is no inconvenience for the seller.
If taxes are to be paid, they are demanded to the buyer.
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I don't see what the problem is sending downunder, I've sent stuff to my friends there and never had a problem. I never said what was in the package when I went to the Post Office, they just ask if its flamable, or stuff like that. then fill out a green piece of paper with a few boxes to check like price, or is it a gift. I sent hard drives and PC parts to them and never had a problem.
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Sellers should find these details out before they use this as a reason not to send things overseas.
A seller does nothing different to sell and post an item overseas other than perhaps sign a customs declaration that your posted item is not hazardous to postage handlers. No cost, no hassles.

The buyer has to pay for customs duty - in Aus, this only happens when the value of the item exceeds $1000, and they usually have to report to the post office where the item awaits pick up and signing.

Really not much to it.
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Although it also annoys me sometimes when a buyer refuses to sell outside the USA surely that is their option to do so.
They would more than likely get a better price as equipment is generally a lot cheaper in the USA so us non Americans are used to higher prices but that is entirely up to them, I for one will not tell someone who they should sell to.

One thing I would ask though is that sellers put it in the title so it saves me looking at the post.

On another happier note, I just picked up a Pentax-M 50mm F4 macro lens on Ebay USA for $25 .. it was advertised on buy it now as "Pentax 50mm lens" and I saw it within seconds of it being listed.
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Good one Mike. Hope it's a keeper!
Yep, it's seller's discretion but why should it matter who a seller sells their stuff to?
Defeats the purpose of having an open marketplace if there's favouritism.
 

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