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🇬🇧Used series X.


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What i can say? For me if something seems too good to be true it’s probably a scam or it’s could be something wrong with it. I’m not a “second hand” person. However, ask him why it’s for sale? And can he produce all the paperwork for it?

Sorry, for me it’s no, no . And btw £400? You can add another £100 and go for brand new one...

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It’s a tricky to get used console, especially new series X. Ask the guy for serial number and check with Microsoft Technical Support. If they will confirm the number you should be fine, plus it’s only few months old so you ok with warranty. Make sure warranty sticker is intact and no physical damages/scratches. Good luck 

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1 hour ago, Thamas said:

It’s a tricky to get used console, especially new series X. Ask the guy for serial number and check with Microsoft Technical Support. If they will confirm the number you should be fine, plus it’s only few months old so you ok with warranty. Make sure warranty sticker is intact and no physical damages/scratches. Good luck 

That’s sounds good 👍, will follow your advice and check serial number. The guy saying no marks or damages, plus he added tone of pictures.

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That’s good idea @Thamas, in the meantime you can ask him to send you picture of serial number from the sticker and from the system.

 

Ask him to go to the settings and find the system info. 

He should see the serial number that the Xbox reads from the motherboard. 

 

If it matches the serial number on the sticker on the back of the console, the motherboard and the whole console should be original. 

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