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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by [M]artin, Dec 10, 2006.
Ebay'er lands PS3 (20 GB model) for a cool $2.25/£1.15194
See it HERE
The seller just wont send it..
No way dude...
I would /wrist if I was the seller
They put no reserve so they have to stand by it. If sellers decides not to send it, bastards....their "Poor college student" with 3 PS3's. Boo, freakin, hoo...
He is losing almost $500 here. I wouldnt send it
The ebay auction listing as vanished now. He'll just make an excuse that its broke and won't send it.
The auction did not vanish. Go to eBay.com and type 320057689010 into the search box.
The seller said "PLEASE DO NOT BID If you have a Rating of O" so I guess he doesn't have to ship it to the winning bidder, which has rating of 0.
I thought about this too.
However, he said, "Please Do Not Bid". He never actually restricted it...
This could be debatable...
It's not like the seller has to send it. OH NO A NEGATIVE MARK!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's not going sent. No one got pwned.
but why didn't this one go out for more? Looks like correct category and no spelling mistake in the title. I guess other PS3s go for the expected retail+x... Or do they all not sell at all
just like everyone said, he wont send it.
But this is funny, because there arent that many ps3s on ebay, are there?
I guess nobody else noticed the $600+ bid that was canceled only 2 or so minutes before the end of the auction. That part seems a little odd, no?
if someone offers 678.99 on a 2.25 auction, wouldn't the new price be 2.75? Or can you skip directly to one's final offer?