Non-fake Apple 1 on ebay
pu1bzz.listas at gmail.com
Fri Nov 20 08:47:02 CST 2009
> take care of this for them. I bet that the faker wouldn't stand up to the
> pressure of being scrutinized over such a large transaction.
> Easy: Put someone in charge of selling it for you. Preferably someone with
no vintage computer knowledge.
Imagine a woman. His father died a month ago. Only now she had the guts to
open his "treasured chest" with lots of old electronics and like. She founds
an apple board, and this board has a good resale value. She is selling on
ebay, $3000 first bid, let the market regulate from now on. Easily it will
surpass $10000 I believe. AND she can be 90% honest to herself, since the
board she got from a friend (a scammer) and has not much info about that.
It is easy to scam people, as it is easier to be scammed. Take care.
And I still think it is a **crazy** thing to pay more than a hundred on an
apple I board.
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