http://www.trademe.co.nz/Mobile-phones/ ... 603510.htm
And this one,
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Mobile-phones/ ... 603694.htm
Lowest price on Price Spy is $1239 at Eking the rest are well over $1300.
Don't get me wrong, I am new to this site. Although I've come across my fair share of scams and led many gentlemen/ladies(?) along (My favourite involving a free African Grey (We all know pairs retail for $12,000, right?) pair in the Great Barrier Island, but the birds had recently been relocated to London and needed to come back because they didn't like it there, but of course I wouldn't have to pay a cent until the birds were with me and then it all goes wrong, and the guys son is in an accident and I need to pay to get them out of quarantine.), but alas I make no judgement on the auctions above.
Although I find it highly suspicious, a new trader selling not one, but two 32GB iphone 4's with the same sob story, stolen photos and definately dodging questions like nothing else AND at $1 reserves. For someone needing the money so urgently that they have to sell two iPhones they just purchased, they sure don't want the money all that quick. Wouldn't it make more sense to state a low retail Buy Now? As I'm sure that would quickly get snapped up and they'd definately get almost all they'd paid for it if not all.
More importantly, they just purchased two iPhone 4's and did not bother to test them out or have a play-around at all before they realised they were having financial problems? I don't know about you, but I definately can't resist that urge to have a play around with electronics of that calibur to see what they can do.
I don't know about you guys, but I'm definately not convinced. And I'll feel sorry for the poor buggers that end up with them. I may do some more research on this and find out if theres anymore like this listed.
I've also done some research on line and found this:
Another shitty knock off not completely unlike the Flash Drives being sold that don't actually hold more than a few GB's of memory...
Pretty convincing Knock-Off too, eh? And I'm sure your everyday consumer wouldn't notice at all. Especially if the sellers were smart enough to include some sort of memory card or whatever these Knock-Offs come with. Even including the Apple icon too.
Meh, I'll leave it at this for now and see what you all think.
OH, and before I do leave to do some research, just wanted to throw this in as a point of discussion,
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing ... =334680244 (There's a link to the iPad knock off on the same site listed above if you wanna check it out)
I noticed you guys discussing this lady on other occassions and thought I'd check her out.
Hi, was looking at your ipad and was very keen to buy but then came across this " http://scambusters.co.nz/forum" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=3845 " if you scroll down, you'll find people have dealt with you before, and under multiple names, do you care to explain this? Thanks. annasturm (110 ) 8:25 pm, Mon 29 Nov
Hi, I really dont know what you are talking about, I couldnt access to that website, here is the message "Forbidden-You don't have permission to access /forum/viewtopic.php on this server.Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.". I dont have other name except this one and I have traded in TM since 2004, Im not new mate.Check out my feedback. Im a potential and honest seller. Cheers 5:04 am, Tue 30 Nov
Don't know about you, but that link certainly works for me. Think they're up to their old tricks?I checked apple online shop and they sell for $1345? dharma_t (172 ) 3:18 pm, Tue 30 Nov
Ur better go there to buy.Thanks 3:33 pm, Tue 30 Nov
Sorry to add a lot of reading. >> Hope to hear from you guys. You guys are awesome and should definately keep up the good work.