Being a buyer myself, ive had to ask many questions from sellers to assure that im getting the most out of what i intend to bid on. Recently ive been seeking a couple of items from the electrical section, that include televisions, dvd players and home audio.
Its really important to have as much information on the listed item as possible. And thats where the "ask the seller a question" option comes in handy.
Some key things to ask the seller are listed below:
* is this item still under manufactures warrenty
* are orignal receipts available to claim warrenty
* how old is this item
* what condition is the item in
* is there a remote control
* do you still have the instruction manual
Those have been my main question i have asked when wanting to buy anything electrical secondhand.
Another thing that ive considered important to ask, especially theres no warrenty from the seller or the manufacturer. Is if the option of pick up could be arranged?
We would all like to believe that the parcels being posted out to us are handle with the best of care, but accidents do happen and, whos to say that wasn t the condition it was posted in?
Being able to pick up your item can also give you that extra reassurance that nothing will happen to it in transit, save on postage cost and waiting for delievery. And also, be able to see exactly what your buying before you exchanging your money.
Hope ive been of help =)