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A True eBay Crime Story
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#2
I knew something like this would have to happen at some point. It's like buying a used car without taking it to a mechanic to get it checked out first.
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Heh, It's not like a use Ebay either, but as you said, something like this happens all the time on the internet.

Seriously, about 99% of the things on Ebay are frauds. I have been scammed at least five times before I stopped using Ebay, and started using other forms of online purchesing thats not run by the users, but by the actual owners of the site, the ones you can trust.

Just my two extreeeeeeeeeemly long cents.
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#4
Especially the pictures of Christ of grilled cheese sandwiches.. come on..
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#5
I wonder if the Buyer Protection plan covers $100G's of fake paintings.......





My guess is no. Toungue
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kodaks Wrote:I wonder if the Buyer Protection plan covers $100G's of fake paintings.......





My guess is no. Toungue

Haha, probably not!
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#7
Ebay doesn't care about the buyers. Heck, they probably noticed that the painting was fake but kept it going so they could get thier profit from it.
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What would you do in that case? Toungue
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#9
Wow I am on e-bay all the time and didn't hear about this.
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#10
The only reason people get scammed is because they're stupid! I've bought loads of things (in the dozens) from ebay including Xbox games, and computer hardware at cheap prices, usually new. New users just don't know what to look for when choosing a seller, like a 100% rating (or close), checking what negative any feedback says, and the sellers overall points.
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