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TIP BEWARE OF SCAMMERS!

Discussion in 'Pinball Machines / Parts FOR SALE' started by REVOLUTION, Nov 30, 2013.

  1. Fifty

    Fifty Active Member

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    At least he listened to you. 28205 is Charlotte.
     
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  2. FastEd

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    Nah, he's still not listening. 28205 is Charlotte but x011 Cliffside is 28270!
     
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  3. Rascal

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    Shipload of pinballs for sale!!!

    http://www.kijiji.ca/v-buy-sell-oth...le/1145360685?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

    Unbelievable amount of pinball machines for sale! There is approximately 500 of every title from 1970-present. So no need to ask what games we have for sale, because we have them all!!
    Thats our container ship delivery from a couple weeks ago.
    Prices start at 99 cents in USD (for the 1970's machines) Newer pinball games start at $5000 USD.
    All forms of payments accepted. Including all forms of cheques, bitcoins, and counterfiet money. Payment plans and financing available as well!!!
    Take a second mortgage on your house, sell whatever you need to!
    Free shipping anywhere on the planet!!!
    We have also shipped to the moon, but if you believe this ad is true, you will believe anything!
     
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  4. DRANO

    DRANO Well-Known Member

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    No now you're aiding and abetting? :D
     
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    A good scammer actually creates mistakes on purpose. If they make it look too really they will get a lot of responses initially and then people will back out as they figure out something is fishy. The idea is to eliminate those people upfront so they only have to invest time in the gullible who are more likely to get scammed. That's why all those emails are so poorly worded.
     
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    Shockingly the Mr. Pinball add for the GNR in Ontario is a scam.
     
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