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Jul 17, 2008

Ubid by JinTrigger at 2:53 AM (1,038 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. JinTrigger
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    I found a laptop on the site and i want to bid on it but before I do i want to ake sure its legit. the one i want is manufactered refurbished and theyve a extended protection warrant but i still want to make sure its legit.
     
  2. DeMoN

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    Ordered a computer from them like 8 years ago, so I'd say they're legit.

    edit: Although I'd suggest newegg.com because they have better deals.
     
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    It's an auction so that explains the low price, don't expect it to stay that way though.
     
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    A lot of auctions start at $1 to try and get the bids to start (after all, most people can't resist a good deal).
     
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    See? Now it's $491, which is a reasonable price for that refurbished laptop.
     
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    I would suggest not using that website i think i saw quite a few laptops costing more than new. Like a Dell Vostro 1000(the cheap $399 version) having a starting bid of $499.
     

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