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Acer XB270HU bprz 27-inch WQHD NVIDIA G-SYNC (2560 x 1440) Widescreen Monitor 428.69

flex360 208 40 July 22, 2016 at 12:52 PM in Tech & Electronics (9) More Amazon Deals
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A Seller on Amazon has Acer XB270HU bprz 27-inch WQHD NVIDIA G-SYNC (2560 x 1440) Widescreen Monitor on sale for $414.00 + 14.69 Shipping.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-l...ition=used

Too good to be true? I already grabbed one. laugh out loud

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Acer XB 27" monitor features WQHD resolution (2560 x 1440) presenting stunning, high quality images with excellent detail that not only enhances users' working efficiency, but creates outstanding visual enjoyment.

NVIDIA G-SYNC technology synchronizes the monitor's refresh rate to the GPU render rate providing the smoothest, fastest gaming experience.

A rapid 144Hz refresh rate and blazingly fast 4ms response time deliver ultra-smooth motion scenes enhances the in-game experience. No matter how fast-moving the action is, transitions are rendered smoothly without the annoying effects of smearing or ghosting.

Signal Inputs: 1 x Display Port & 5-USB 3.0 Ports
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Looks like a scam
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dead?
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I've seen this plenty. Always seemed to be a scam. They'll likely cancel your order since their name is "Warranty, brand new and sealed producs Before placing your order Contact us → dora69@reagann.com" You email them and then they tell you they'll sell it to you and you have to pay in Amazon gift cards. So they're just trying to get money from you.
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Forgot to say "used"
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doesn't look like a scam to me. If it is then Im sure Amazon will refund my funds back.

Quote from fragilityV1 View Post :
I've seen this plenty. Always seemed to be a scam. They'll likely cancel your order since their name is "Warranty, brand new and sealed producs Before placing your order Contact us -> dora69@reagann.com" You email them and then they tell you they'll sell it to you and you have to pay in Amazon gift cards. So they're just trying to get money from you.
really? damn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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im keeping the order open to see what happens. hopefully it gets shipped out.
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it's a scam, they use emails from that reagann.com address as well as another called godigitalcenter@blahblah.com. they have listings under every high end gaming monitor. when they get removed they repost them with slightly different email addresses.
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are you shitting me OP? common sense, get some.


Warranty, brand new and sealed producs Before placing your order Contact us → dora69@reagann.com

Just Launched (Seller Profile)


A just launched seller, whom asks you to contact them before you place your order, and you think it's legit?
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Last edited by jjm5119 July 22, 2016 at 01:41 PM
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As other posters have said, this is very high risk seller (new account, shady purchase process)

If you really want this monitor for a good price, keep an eye on Acer's recertified [acerrecertified.com] store and their Ebay recertified [ebay.com] store (they carry different stock)

They frequently sell the XB271 for $500-$550.
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I don't know if this is a scam or not (seems likely), but I tried to buy an ssd one time off ebay that was too good to be true and turns out it was a hacked account. I felt so violated with them having some of my personal information. The money was refunded without an issue, so it wasn't that, but to me, not worth risking again.
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