View Full Version : Red One #407 for sale.
02-02-2008, 11:08 PM
I've just been hired by a company where I will never shoot on my Red One, so I am considering to put it for sale.
The camera hasn't been delivered to me. I have been asked by Red to decide if I want my camera or not. I thought about just getting my deposit back since I don't want to deal with the non-transferable warranty and all. Nevertheless, if I get an offer that will be worth for me to go through all that trouble, I don't see why not.
Since I haven't gotten the delivery, the package is completely open to your preferred modification. I also have the Titanium R, which I don't have the box for (sorry).
Please PM me with your offer and the condition of purchase/warranty you would like. We will further discuss all the other things when I accept an offer.
02-03-2008, 07:50 AM
Here are some extra informations based on some questions that I've got already.
1. Name of the item
Red One #407 Camera.
2. Descriptions/Condition/Picture(s) of the item
The camera is ready at Red Company, and they're waiting for my call.
I only have the camera body reserved so far, but I can add all the accessories to your need. The warranty is not transferable, and I don't want to be the middle man for a year. I will have to suggest the buyer to purchase a separate warranty on the camera, though I will listen to any ideas that you'd like to suggest.
3. (item's) location
Currently at the Red company.
4. Purchase date (mm/dd/yy) or such
I have made my reservation about May, 2006 as far as I remember.
5. Price of the item / shipping method
I will accept offers for a few days and make my decision. For the shipping, I am going to have all the items shipped to the buyer once the payment is made.
6. Method of payment
Prior to the sale, I will give my Paypal information to the buyer.
Please PM me with your offer and the Red accessories that you'd like to add.
Also, PM me for the current highest offer (bid).
Brent J. Craig
02-03-2008, 12:09 PM
That's a LOT of money for a PayPal transaction! Be careful.
HINT: They are not a bank nor are they regulated like one. The buyer is always right.
02-03-2008, 05:51 PM
If the buyer doesn't feel comfortable with the method of payment that I suggested, the buyer and I will come up with a method that we both feel
Thanks for your concern.
02-03-2008, 11:35 PM
Actually, I think CrewPix was saying you should be careful of PayPal as the seller. I would never take payment of that magnitude through PayPal unless I had a signed and witnessed / notarized sales contract in my hands first.
02-03-2008, 11:42 PM
We talked about the troubles with paypal in another thread. Look into google checkout as an option, not sure if it's better, but worth checking out. Good luck on your transaction, I'm sure someone will take you up on it.
02-04-2008, 05:40 AM
I really appreciate all your advices. I will definitely look into those options.
02-04-2008, 07:01 AM
I will accept offers until 4pm, February 5th in US eastern time.
Please PM me if you'd like to know the current highest offer.
02-04-2008, 08:37 PM
I'm having a bit of difficulty connecting with this forum. Please include your e-mail when you PM me with your offer or any questions.