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$2.10 each shipped. New under seller Elleriy Couuter. Too good to be true?

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Too good to be true?

Yes, common sense should have told you that. Same scam posted numerous times here now where these new (disposable) seller accounts are purposely listing under "Best Sellers" to maximize fake orders. They are purposely mispricing their inventory.


Edit: Thumbing up your own scam-directed thread after the fact....isn't going to change anything.
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Is Titanium recommended in a daily diet?
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Yes, common sense should have told you that. Same scam posted numerous times here now where these new (disposable) seller accounts are purposely listing under "Best Sellers" to maximize fake orders. They are purposely mispricing their inventory.


Edit: Thumbing up your own scam-directed thread after the fact....isn't going to change anything.
Didn't realize this had been done before, but you don't have to be an ass about it.
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Didn't realize this had been done before, but you don't have to be an ass about it.
Try using a little common sense in the first place and we wouldn't be needing to have this conversation.
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Try using a little common sense first and we would not be even having this conversation.
Was it common sense that a nest 3rd gen on Amazon was for around $20 new? No but I got one, even though it was too good to be true.
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Was it common sense that a nest 3rd gen on Amazon was for around $20 new? No but I got one, even though it was too good to be true.
But was that sold directly by amazon? That's a big difference..If you are trying to use that as an example, it show that you completely missed his point.
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Was it common sense that a nest 3rd gen on Amazon was for around $20 new? No but I got one, even though it was too good to be true.
Please tell me your not so simple-minded to think just because a legit company had a legit price mistake in the past...that this somehow magically and automatically makes every future "mistake" (in this case, intentional) from every new Amazon/eBay seller legit.
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Whoops, NM...
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this is becoming a trend with noob amazon sellers.
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Please tell me your not so simple-minded to think just because a legit company had a legit price mistake in the past...that this somehow magically and automatically makes every future "mistake" (in this case, intentional) from every new Amazon/eBay seller legit.
No the point is sometime too good to be true, is true. You're very cynical writing everything off as a scam. Oh a still being an ass.
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No the point is sometime too good to be true, is true. You're very cynical writing everything off as a scam. Oh a still being an ass.
1) Learn how to spot obvious scams before posting. 2) Learn proper grammar.
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1) Learn how to spot obvious scams before posting. 2) Learn proper grammar.
Ha like I said an arse or ass, not sure how it's spelled

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1) Learn how to spot obvious scams before posting. 2) Learn proper grammar.
Thanks Mr. Perfect
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Ha like I said an arse or ass, not sure how it's spelled




Thanks Mr. Perfect

You forgot HOLE - Arsehole or Asshole, we still get the point now! Wink
No need for that clapback on a free, community deal site with folks all trying to get a good deal. If it doesn't work for you, keep moving or actually give an opinion that didn't come from the arse or ass.
I know it's hard for Mr. Perfect to have to deal with us peons. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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this is becoming a trend with noob amazon sellers.
What do the scammers get out of doing this?
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