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Consumer Alert: How Not To Get Taken By a Fake iPad

Frank Drover
The Daily Sheeple
November 9th, 2012
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When an Arlington, TX women was approached by a man in a gas station parking lot, the deal he offered her seemed too good to be true. An $800 iPad for just $200?

It turns out that when something seems too good to be true… it usually is:

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  • Harvey1

    Anyone that tries to buy a new eight hundred dollar Ipad for two hundred dollars has to know it is stolen or a scam. Evidently she did not think it was a scam! She bought exactly what she deserved for trying to buy stolen goods.

  • 41MagMan

    Probably so, Harvey. I wonder how much this bozorina has spent on emergency preps? My guess would be not much. Too busy buying useless toys for semi-literate adolescents. Too bad, that. She would be amazed at how much sugar, salt, cooking oil, and flour could be had for even just $100. Add some other worthwhile goodies for the 2nd $100 and she could do OK for at least a month or two with that. Maybe it’s just easier to chew the cud and be cared for?

  • SKIP

    If the photo is correct, BLACK buyer! as usual looking for a freebie, HELL! she probably got the money from welfare.

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