I had two HTC Desire HDs to sell (part of an upgrade for my parents). When I originally requested a quotation, I found that WeeeBuy (alternative name for the same company) were offering £60 for each handset. I was only able to send one in as there was a problem with one of the upgrade handsets which delayed sending the other one. A few days later when I was ready to send the other one, I went onto WeeeBuy and in the space of a few days, the price of the handset dropped to £45. I rang up their customer services who told me that it was because the handset had dropped in price - strange that it dropped £15 in the space of 4 days!! Anyway, I went onto Gadgets4U (same company again) and requested a quotation only to find that they were now offering £63. This was the same day within a few hours. Never the less I took out the offer and posted the handset. Strange how the prices somehow fluctuate. Although I found the practice a bit weird, the whole process was pretty straight forward so can't complain.
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