From: michael adams on

"Joe Lee" <invalid(a)noaddress> wrote in message
news:4673491e$0$31688$db0fefd9(a)news.zen.co.uk...


>
> LOL. It's actually 100% contradictory as you've just said "explicitly
> stating that a VAT element is included", when in the previous paragraph
you
> said "with in addition 17.5% VAT..."
>
>
> Now, I don't expect you to recognise the contradiction there

Well you'd be wrong. As per usual.

I recognised it immediately after posting it - which is around a day
earlier than you seem to have managed. Which is why I posted a correction
yesterday morning just after I'd posted it.

That's it. The next post in the thread with my name on it as well.
Surprise, surprise

Yes. That's it that one -

news:4673491e$0$31688$db0fefd9(a)news.zen.co.uk...

Or if you're going to try lying through your teeth, and claiming you can't
find it on your News server, then here it is archived on google as well.

http://groups.google.co.uk/group/uk.people.consumers.ebay/msg/c657b6045fe9f184?hl=en&


As you seem to be a bit of a slow reader, presumably you'll
have worked your way to the end of that one by the end of
tomorrow morning.

To save you the trouble, here's the corrected paragarph -


"michael adams" <mjadams25(a)onetel.net.uk> wrote in message
news:5df1lfF34cprqU1(a)mid.individual.net...


This is a repost including further clarification.

On Ebay transactions other than BINS - insofar as the winning bidder
is concerned, in sales involving VAT registered traders -

" the advertised price for any item is going to be whatever the
winning bidder bids for that item - with in addition 17.5% VAT
which the trader will subsequently pay to MHG. "

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So that at the possible risk of repeating myself -

Kindly go and boil your head.


michael adams



>
> --
> Joe Lee


From: Peter Parry on
On Sat, 16 Jun 2007 01:51:40 +0100, "Niel J Humphreys"
<admin(a)snowdoncomputersAaargh.co.uk> wrote:

>then most well grounded people I know of age 19-60
>(at least) are well able to understand fractions and use a calculator &
>therefore be able to work out a budgeted price reduced by 17.5% to produce a
>max bid.

Except that that wouldn't produce the ex VAT price of course :-). I'd
be quite confident that fairly few people, with calculator provided,
could work out the VAT exclusive price if given the VAT inclusive
one.
--
Peter Parry.
http://www.wpp.ltd.uk/
From: Niel J Humphreys on
"michael adams" <mjadams25(a)onetel.net.uk> wrote in message
news:5dhgf9F34685dU1(a)mid.individual.net...

Mike, might as well give up, these gimps aren't going to listen to reason
mate.
--

Niel H


From: Ian Dalziel on
On Thu, 14 Jun 2007 23:07:22 +0100, "Niel J Humphreys"
<admin(a)snowdoncomputersAaargh.co.uk> wrote:

>Is the general populace really so stupid these days? I realise that spelling
>has gone down the shitter these past few years but elemental mathematics
>too?

Some of them are so thick they don't even know the difference between
"elementary" and "elemental".

;-)

--

Ian D
From: Niel J Humphreys on
"Ian Dalziel" <iandalziel(a)lineone.net> wrote in message
news:v597735cnok4rsl5kabdjtukp8hobk8ocf(a)4ax.com...
> On Thu, 14 Jun 2007 23:07:22 +0100, "Niel J Humphreys"
> <admin(a)snowdoncomputersAaargh.co.uk> wrote:
>
>>Is the general populace really so stupid these days? I realise that
>>spelling
>>has gone down the shitter these past few years but elemental mathematics
>>too?
>
> Some of them are so thick they don't even know the difference between
> "elementary" and "elemental".


:) and some of us really shouldn't hit the computer after a few Jack
Daniels.

--

Niel H
http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Snowdon-Computers
http://www.ebayfaq.co.uk/


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