Really Cheap Plasmas....

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Nirvana

Guest
I have been offered a Pioneer PDP-503CMX for $2000 from 2 different sources on the Web - can they be genuine deals?

It is almost too good to be true!
 

rauer

Active Member
Originally posted by Nirvana
I have been offered a Pioneer PDP-503CMX for $2000 from 2 different sources on the Web - can they be genuine deals?

It is almost too good to be true!

If the PDP's are new, it IS too good to be true. The folks at avs are going crazy with this set being sold at US Dell for more than $5k. Go figure..
 
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Nirvana

Guest
www.jendys.com - it was originally in response to an auction on eBay. The price on the site is way higher but I have been in touch with them and say they will do it for £2000. The catch is that they want a Western Union money transfer.... sounds dodgy to me!
 

encaser

Member
The fraudsters on ebay (Czech's etc.) all ask for Western Union as it is non-traceable and can be cashed/collected by anyone who knows you've sent the cash on. The security name or whatever you choose are often ignored and the collector only has to say they know you sent the reddies - only the US demand higher ID for collect but again fiddle-able.
They set up bogus sites and even ones which are suppose to be an ESCRO service provider.
So if this place is linked from ebay beware. Try contacting ebay and they'll tell you the scams and laugh at people who've been conned by their own greed at trying to get a plasma for a fifth value.
 

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