Since making a bid on an MF A5 cdp, ive been inundated with offers of them from obvious scammers, all offering it at a great price, or will NEGOCIATE (all word it like that)....just be aware....:Not Sure:
I agree. Everything and anything you can possibly think of....it's on eBay. It has revolutionised thebuying and selling ofsecondhand, rare and weird goods. I'd be gutted if eBay disappeared! There are wankers, liars, cheats and scammers out there but if you use your brain then exposure to such will be limited.People think it's eBay's responsibility to protect the outcome of every transaction. They just couldn't do that, it would be impossible. There is a risk and you have to take that onboard.
eBay as a rule works really well considering the trust factor.
I recently though was paid by paypal sent the item only to have money withdrawn by them 7 days later...The item was paid using a nicked credit card.
Address was unconfirmed so i wasn't covered.
Spoke to someone at paypal who said nothing we could ,but still charged me 4 per cent as well as losing item and money...Hopefully the item screws up ...If any of you are selling beware of unconfirmed address.That is the only one i have had trouble with and luckily it was only 90 quid.
Iv seen many ads offering high end goods at ridiculous price or oblivious scam by wording or wrong English used delete most crap email this way knowing not to opento you scammers out there I dont bank with barclays etc they keep trying though.
The other ads Iv seen offer mobiles or lcd tv's FREE!!!!!:shockednly a bloody pyramid scamI wonder how many get sucked in:nerd::nerd::nerd::nerd::nerd:
This is totally unbelievable!! just received anothe few e mails re the A5, but the one that really takes the biscuit is a guy who claims it was his, now, it stated on e bay it was being sold by Royal hifi, so how the f*ck dose he expect anyone to believe its his???
What a stupid twat, oh, btw, ive said yes ill have it, send it me and ill send you a cheque!