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WD 3TB Drive £35 - may be a fake?!

Dave Beer

Active Member
They're selling for something like a quarter of the normal price.

The user has loads of feedback selling lots of very low priced items.

The 100 sold all seem to be in the last 2 days so no feedback from those people.

Hope you get lucky but I would n't risk it


Dave
 

Pandora's

Active Member
Hope I'm not being too cynical but all the feedback left so far for the seller is for jewellery which sold for a few cents. I would steer well clear. I hope it works out for you but I have a feeling it wont.
 

futureal33

Standard Member
Im assuming that as long as I pay with Paypal I should be safe...buyer protection and all that.

Im not holding out much (if any) hope that I'll be getting one through the door next week.... but we shall see lol
 

qwales

Active Member
From 112 feedback this guy currently has, all his sales add up to a total of about £5 and now all of a sudden he is selling a ton of stuff at £20 - £25 each. Good luck if you bought anything
 

flame696

Active Member
he is selling the same HDD for £22.99 seems very risky as the normal price of one of thos drives is around £150
 

cabbie19

Well-known Member
Listing removed or not avilable.........:suicide:
 

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