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  1. #1 Buyer for Fat working PSP 
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    Hey guys...
    Since I lost my PSP, I am hoping to replace it with another one.

    I am looking for a PSP in decent or better condition: minimal scratches, working buttons/D-pad/analog stick... Basically, I'm looking for a well-kept PSP that someone is willing to sell to me. Accessories, like the charger and a memory stick are negotiable. Firmware isn't really an issue right now.

    I live in California with a PayPal account ready. I can make the transaction mid-January.

    I am willing to pay within $90.00 ~ $125.00, not including shipping costs. When I say "not including shipping costs," I mean the price for the PSP itself. Don't worry - I will still pay for shipping, too, but as long as it's not expensive. Remember the price is negotiable, so don't hesitate to make an offer.

    If you guys are interested in selling one to me, let me know. Thanks for reading!
    Last edited by CAgent007; 12-16-2007 at 07:29 PM. Reason: Lack of clarity.
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    My PSP history:
    (Oct-Dec '07) Phat PSP 3.5 -> 3.50 m33 -> 3.70 m33 --> STOLEN

    (Early March '08 - now) Slim PSP 3.9 --> *pandora's* --> 3.71 m33 --> 3.90 m33-2
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  2. #2 Really? 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitochondria View Post
    Too cheap, i doubt anyone is going to sell you one for that price.
    I guess I can be optimistic... I don't blame you for suggesting the price is too cheap - the time, care, and dedication placed into such a gorgeous gadget must be considered in giving a suggested price.

    Okay - I'll say this to all people who are thinking of selling their PSP:
    So far, I have one seller, but I'm still waiting for a response. If the seller refuses, then I will go ahead and edit my original post with the following statement:
    "If you are willing to sell a working, well-kept, fat or slim PSP, go ahead and set the price. We'll negotiate until a price is settled."

    Thanks for replying, Mitochondria. I guess I am too cheap? o.O
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    My PSP history:
    (Oct-Dec '07) Phat PSP 3.5 -> 3.50 m33 -> 3.70 m33 --> STOLEN

    (Early March '08 - now) Slim PSP 3.9 --> *pandora's* --> 3.71 m33 --> 3.90 m33-2
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