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Samsung 970 Pro 512GB NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD for $139.99 (1TB for $279.99)

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Kingsalesx.com has Samsung 970 Pro NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD for sale:
1TB for $279.99
512GB for $139.99

I am not familiar with this site, so I do not know how trustworthy it is. This does appear to be the best price though.

https://kingsalesx.com/product/sa...-v7p512bw/
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Never heard of website
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The address they have listed on their Contact Us page is a regular house in California. Buy at your own risk
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Not sure how accurate the info is, but the coordinates on scamvoid.net website for kingsalex.com server IP address looks to be in middle of a small body of water/lake.

https://www.scamvoid.net/check/kingsalesx.com/


Not comforting.
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buy at your own risk.

no third party payment methods like paypal supported.
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Not sure how accurate the info is, but the coordinates on scamvoid.net website for kingsalex.com server IP address looks to be in middle of a small body of water/lake.

https://www.scamvoid.net/check/kingsalesx.com/


Not comforting.
I saw that. I figured I'd try it using a virtual credit card from Bank of America's (formerly MBNA's) ShopSafe. It lets you generate a credit card number with its own spending limit, expiration date, and security code that can only be used at one vendor. So, if I set the limit for $140, and expiration for 2 months (the minimum), all they will get from me is a credit card number that cannot be used anywhere else or for any additional amount along with my name, address, and phone number which are publicly available anyway. Of course, they also get the $139.99, but if I don't receive the product, I can reverse the charges with Bank of America as fraudulent.
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I saw that. I figured I'd try it using a virtual credit card from Bank of America's (formerly MBNA's) ShopSafe. It lets you generate a credit card number with its own spending limit, expiration date, and security code that can only be used at one vendor. So, if I set the limit for $140, and expiration for 2 months (the minimum), all they will get from me is a credit card number that cannot be used anywhere else or for any additional amount along with my name, address, and phone number which are publicly available anyway. Of course, they also get the $139.99, but if I don't receive the product, I can reverse the charges with Bank of America as fraudulent.
nice try
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I saw that. I figured I'd try it using a virtual credit card from Bank of America's (formerly MBNA's) ShopSafe. It lets you generate a credit card number with its own spending limit, expiration date, and security code that can only be used at one vendor. So, if I set the limit for $140, and expiration for 2 months (the minimum), all they will get from me is a credit card number that cannot be used anywhere else or for any additional amount along with my name, address, and phone number which are publicly available anyway. Of course, they also get the $139.99, but if I don't receive the product, I can reverse the charges with Bank of America as fraudulent.
Slickdeals isn't the place to scam.
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Slickdeals isn't the place to scam.
How is using a virtual credit card for buyer protection a scam? I'm not selling anything.
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How is using a virtual credit card for buyer protection a scam? I'm not selling anything.
Please keep us updated. I just purchase a dollhouse from them and are kind of worried too.
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I also see a great deal in Instapot. Anyone has shopped there before? Pls share experience
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I saw that. I figured I'd try it using a virtual credit card from Bank of America's (formerly MBNA's) ShopSafe. It lets you generate a credit card number with its own spending limit, expiration date, and security code that can only be used at one vendor. So, if I set the limit for $140, and expiration for 2 months (the minimum), all they will get from me is a credit card number that cannot be used anywhere else or for any additional amount along with my name, address, and phone number which are publicly available anyway. Of course, they also get the $139.99, but if I don't receive the product, I can reverse the charges with Bank of America as fraudulent.
Did you get the product ?
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Please keep us updated. I just purchase a dollhouse from them and are kind of worried too.
Please let us know if you get the product .
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It's obviously a scam to get credit card info. They're also offering a 1TB 970 Evo plus an X299 motherboard for $1 lol.
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I ordered a printer from them on 1/6. I asked them for a tracking number and they just said I would receive my item in 6-8 days. I sent them another email asking if it shipped and for a tracking number but I have not heard back yet. I will give it a couple of more days before I file a complaint with the CC company.
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