[time-nuts] Ebay 5071A scam back again?
df6jb at ulrich-bangert.de
Thu Jul 5 11:15:19 EDT 2007
one day before the end of the auction i put forward the question to the
seller whether he was willing to demonstrate me the working order of the
device at its location Hockley/Sussex. It would have taken me
1/2 hour driving to Bremem airport
2 hours flying to London/Hansted for 29.99 € with RyanAir
1 hour of driving to Hockley
and the same route back, which would have been worth the device.
However, I received no answer and my question did not appear on the ebay
page. So, you are MOST probably right!
73 de Ulrich, DF6JB
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> I think you were probably right, Nigel. About eight people bid for
> it on the final day, and it eventually went for over a thousand
> pounds (~$2000). However, while I had it on my watch list, it has
> now disappeared, and can no longer be found - unlike other items I
> had been watching and which were sold with no problems. I had been
> interested to see what the feedback to the seller was like, but I
> presume it was, as you suggested, phoney, and ebay removed all trace
> of the sale.
> >Hi All
> >Am I right in thinking this is another EbayUK repeat of the dodgy
> >5071A auction that was listed a week or so ago?
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