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    Re: Anybody Want A Good Laugh?

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    O.k., I missed the ebay auction. How much was it going for?

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    Re: Anybody Want A Good Laugh?

    I missed it too!
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    lol! my 8700 cost $799 Australian brand new. Get some crazy things happening on ebay, a friend of mine ordered something for his computer, he ended up getting a whole box full of generic GI Joes!
    I have two very rare photographs. One is a picture of Houdini locking his keys in his car........

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    You really have to be careful when ordering off of ebay now a days. Phishers have gotten very good about doing bogus sales and webpages that look exactly like ebay. We have run into this a lot on the car forums especially. Specialty vehicles mainly that are being sold on autotrader or other sites all of a sudden popping up in an ebay auction for several thousand dollars less then they are actually for sale for. Contacting the legit owners to confirm they are scams and they always come back with the same response: the truck is not listed on ebay. I am sure everyone is aware of the scam too of "I wilkk send you a money order for an amount more than the selling price, so then send me my change back with the product". If you get one of those types of emails, don't even waste your time responding to it. Also, if you use mozilla firefox, you may want to get the extension that allows ip tracking. If I ever am interested in something, I reverse track the ip to make sure its actually registered to ebay before I even consider being interested in the product. You wouldn't believe how many postings that you will actually find in ebay searches are actually re-directs to a phished page. Moral of the story. Keep your guard up and if it seems too good to be true, it is.

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