[DELETED] 09:54 19 Feb 2006

I was looking to see what cpus were going for on eBay wehn I found another of the usual cons.

click here

  spuds 10:20 19 Feb 2006

How can it be a con?. They do make it quite clear that it is 'Information Only' and a refund is offered, if you do not like the e-book.

  [DELETED] 12:56 19 Feb 2006

They want you to pay them £9.95 on the basis that manufacturers will give you lots of free expensive stuff. Manufacturers just do not give away their products like this.

  [DELETED] 13:17 19 Feb 2006

They tell you what to say in the email and the mfr just sends you the top notch gear like laptops and and whatever else.

Yeah right, I'll keep my £9.95.

  [DELETED] 14:02 19 Feb 2006

Smart move :-)

  johndrew 14:13 20 Feb 2006

And when I go to check the link its all been removed!! Looks as if eBay thought there was fish to fry as well.

  [DELETED] 17:54 20 Feb 2006

Seen a few of these over the years,I note the price has risen.Must be inflation! :-)

  [DELETED] 18:21 20 Feb 2006

click here

£40 postage????

you'd be mad to pay that, how can they get away with charging that amount?

  [DELETED] 18:57 20 Feb 2006

Postage is not included in the part that ebay take a % from and if you want the item you will pay.

  [DELETED] 19:01 20 Feb 2006

so the seller is dodging fees then. I don't think that's allowed. What happens if the phone is faulty, does he get to keep forty quid of your dosh as it's "postage".

  [DELETED] 19:04 20 Feb 2006

not allowed.

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