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Turning $6 in to $35,000

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by OnFlySEO, Feb 19, 2015.

  1. OnFlySEO

    OnFlySEO Registered Member

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    Who wouldn't like to turn $6 in to $35,000?

    Well for one guy, it happened. A man named Zach Norris walked in to a Goodwill store located in Phoenix and found a very rare LeCoultre watch for sale for $5.99, only 900 were ever made, after purchasing the watch, he then sold it on "Hodinkee" (A watch collectors forum) to a watch collector for $35,000, the buyer not only gave him the $35,000 but also threw in a $4,000 Omega Speedmaster watch.

    Not a bad buy for Zach in my opinion. ;)

    Source: Yahoo
     
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  2. Adrian79

    Adrian79 Junior Member

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    It happens.

    Goodwill is a sh't organization. They put disabled workers to work which sounds great on the surface but they pay some of them under $1 an hour. Way to exploit cheap labor.