If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. My advice is to stay away from this one:
Buffalo carb on ebay
Be careful out there guys.
Looks like photos of the same one auctioned off a month or two ago.
And if you notice, the guy is from Lithuania and has 1 feedback from another guy in Lithuania with 0 feedback who bought a $4.00 ball point pen. Looks extremely fishy to me.
Other then being sold by a new seller on eBay that has only sold one ball point pen and the seller is from Vilnius, Lithuania and the price is about 10% of what they have sold for before, What do you see as the problem?
On the other hand the carb is sold as fully operational and functions as intended and is covered by eBay's buyer protection plan. How could you go wrong?
This is what happens when you answer an email that says "Your ebay account is being closed, please remit your account information for verification" Once you do, they take over your account, change your password, and start listing fraudulent items. Never answer any emails asking for account information. Never.
Ed, you do not answer an e mail from ebay except through your ebay account. If you get a suspicious email, send it to their spoof site and they will check it out and let you know of their findings. I have done this several times and in at least two cases they were able to stop the scam. KB
I enjoy sending spam from ebay itself to its spoof address.
Beside the photos having been pirated from the completed auction, the description is verbatim as well. Just for fun, I reported it as a possible fraud to the bay. We'll see what happens......
Hey, it sold already for the opening bid of $290. Someone sure got a deal.....snort, giggle, laugh
One day shipping too.
Everyone should report it.
"Someone sure got a deal.....snort, giggle, laugh"
If someone just got cheated, why would that be funny?
Jerry, Chuck made an attempt at humor. Lighten up a little. Sometimes it seems like you guys got your drawers twisted a little too tight.