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eBay Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" Turbo Boost Intel i7 2.90 GHz CPU 8GB, 750 GB, MD102LL/A $300

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Apple REFURB MacBook Pro 13.3" Turbo Boost Intel i7 2.90 GHz CPU 8GB, 750 GB, MD102LL/A

Pre-Installed with Apple's latest OSX 10.13 HIGH SIERRA"

Just $299.99 with free shipping.

34 sold with "More than 10" still available.

It says Manufacturer refurb so that should mean they're in great condition

Sorry all. The link is here [ebay.com].

And yes. Ity looks like my daughte is the only one who got it at that price.
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No link?
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Do you have the link? Thx
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Link? There is a zero chance that this is legit. If you give them your payment info you deserve to get hacked
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After some quick checking, I found the link.

Here's the link but looks like seller changed the price already. Only one person was able to snag it for $299.99

Then the price went up to $599

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-MacBook-Pro-13-3-Turbo-Boost-Intel-i7-2-90-GHz-CPU-8GB-750-GB-MD102LL... [ebay.com]
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These MD102 models are 2012 models.
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Quote from DadtoTwo View Post :

Here's the link but looks like seller changed the price already. Only one person was able to snag it for $299.99.
Thanks for putting up the link, That is indeed the one. My daughter showed it to me. It was $300 in my browser and hers. SHe bought it then I posted the deal. Sorry they killed it.

THere's a "save 50%" notification at the top. Maybe they'll bring it back closer to BF or CM.
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Link? There is a zero chance that this is legit. If you give them your payment info you deserve to get hacked
I don't know what happened, but the seller has 10's of thousands of reps and over 98% positive. I think you're wrong.

I bet it's a BF thing that got posted too early. They saw my daughter's purchase and fixed it. If I were in the market I'd watch the listing.
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There is no way someone will sell a 2017 MacBook Pro for $2000 off, seller was probably hacked, a fake product was listed for sell and anyone who tries to purchase one is giving the hacked account there cc info., that is how those scams work
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There is no way someone will sell a 2017 MacBook Pro for $2000 off, seller was probably hacked, a fake product was listed for sell and anyone who tries to purchase one is giving the hacked account there cc info., that is how those scams work
If that's the case, why stop after one sale? Leave it at $300 and sell a hundred.

JCrew above says it's a 2012 model. I assume my daughter paid with Paypal so no credit card info lost.

We're wondering if, assuming it's meant to be $600, the seller will try to weasel out of it. With almost 99% rating with almost 30000 feedback I bet he eats the $300 to avoid a defect.
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A refurbed 2012 makes sense on the price.
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