Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Peter Shaw, Sep 6, 2011.
I just saw this deal on my eBay homescreen. I'm sure the sales are gonna be going through the roof!
how many avaibable?
I'm hoping this isn't serious.
But yeah I love this, I don't think eBay checked it before they posted it on their site
how exactly is this a great deal in my country it is cheaper...
PM me for link. It will have my affiliate code in it though, hope you dont mind.
Haha yeah, definitely makes them look slightly stupid anyway irate:
Just bought it..
Thanks for the offer..
ok its quite strange the number of people not actually noticing the crossed out price is cheaper than the new price. I can laugh at this from so many different point of views
I know, haha!
I was wondering that myself like brrr? deal of the century lmao
I'm in Florida for now and it is at $248 US dollars here. Or about 170 british pounds I think...Brand new in store.
Damn and some of you guys call yourself smart IM'ers
ALWAYS, ALWAYS read the fine print!
I spotted it immediately good sir
I guess there are still lots of people who have no clue about the multiple offers auctions out there... Oh well...
It's not only for PC, it's for all kind of merchandise, even including houses or cars.
Like the brand new Lotus I saw the other day, for sale at $999 but with a price tag at $1250. Everyone thought it was a joke until the buyer drove it to his driveway for a mere $1500 cash
Lots of people clueless out there...
Saw it the very first moment, lol @whoever didn't
huh? who got the lotus? where?
i had an acer once. it was the biggest peice of garbage comp i have had.. 1 year warrenty thing died after 367 days of ownership..
A guy who won the auction. The sale price was $999 but there was a price tag at $1250. So what happened is people saw the $999 price and thought it was bogus. The problem is the Lotus at that price was really low, that's why the $1250 price after a couple of bid. But the majority of people didn't take it seriously because they were thinking why ones would pay $1250 if the price is $999? So they didn't bid. The winner took it paying $1500 cash...
The Lotus had to go because the owner had a fiscal problem and he said he'd rather get a couple of thousands instead of taken away...He had a couple of hours ahead of him to get rid off it.
I mean, same thing than the OP ad...
So basically people didn't realise it was a Lotus worth $x,xxx/xx,xxx and just took note that it said it was retailed at $999.
Damn they must have been gutted when they found out he got the Lotus
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