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Deals That Seem Fake From High Feedback Sellers

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Today I was told about this deal on Ebay where you could buy an Intel Core i5 Processor i5-4670K 3.4GHz for about $10 plus $65 in shipping. While the shipping rate is obviously ridiculous, to me this listing just screams as being fake where your wallet will probably be very sad after this transaction.


Just as example, this processor usually goes for $200+ as you can see here:

Another thing though is that the seller has such a high feedback rate for this listing. So it makes you wonder. However, one thing I noticed is that a lot of the items sold were listed as “private” where you can’t see what was actually bought or that the accounts have been terminated.


Of course, everyone’s initial reaction is to simply look at the numbers presented right in-front of them. I guess you can’t stress enough in these cases where if it seems too good to be true it probably is.

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