EU [FS] Intel Optane SSD 900P 280GB, AIC PCIe x4

onewithforce

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Hi,

Selling barely used Optane. Got it as upgrade to be used for ZFS slog device and hosting some LXC containers.
Turned out it was a total overkill for my usage and home services. Decommissioned the old server and this device left , as EC200 does not have PCIe slot to be used.

Item is located in Bulgaria, will post to EU.
Price 180E + shipping cost (~10-15E), accepting Revolut, PayPal (standard payment + buyer pays the fee).

Connected locally to the machine, as in the room there is no eth cable, so a picture of the screen for it's smart. :)
Can make extra pictures on request.


P.S: Item posted to vladimir.mijatovic, leaving the thread open for feedback.
 
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sparx

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That just talks about business owners. Also you are allowed to have a "handling fee". So that seems to solve that issue.
 

sparx

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From paypal:
"No surcharges
You agree that you will not impose a surcharge or any other fee for accepting PayPal as a payment method. You may charge a handling fee in connection with the sale of goods or services as long as the handling fee does not operate as a surcharge and is not higher than the handling fee you charge for non-PayPal transactions."

So for any transaction that is not cash he can implement a handling fee.
 

Wasmachineman_NL

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Paypal TOS says you can’t charge the buyer a fee to use paypal
oh hell yes you can, "Friends & Family or you pay the fees" is almost standard in most communities I am in. (and yours truly also does it with PP payments)
 

cw823

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oh hell yes you can, "Friends & Family or you pay the fees" is almost standard in most communities I am in. (and yours truly also does it with PP payments)
No, it still doesn’t.

you cannot specifically charge a fee to use PayPal. I can explain it to you, but I guess I can’t understand it for you.
 

Wasmachineman_NL

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No, it still doesn’t.

you cannot specifically charge a fee to use PayPal. I can explain it to you, but I guess I can’t understand it for you.
Charging a fee != asking the buyer to pay for the Goods & Services fee.

Or at least that's the way I (and people on forums like CPU-World or Retrobike) do.
 

vladimir.mijatovic

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Took me a while to put the drive into my server and let it run for a couple of days.

Delivery was quick, well packaged, optane disk as advertised, works 100%, payment via Revolut.

Recommending @onewithforce as a great seller.