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

It turns out that when something seems too good to be true… it usually is. This woman paid $200 for what she thought was an iPad.

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



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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Frank Drover is a co-editor and contributor for The Daily Sheeple, an alternative media hub for leading headlines, head lies, opinion, and commentary. Wake the flock up!

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Frank Drover is a co-editor and contributor for The Daily Sheeple, an alternative media hub for leading headlines, head lies, opinion, and commentary. Wake the flock up! This content may be freely reproduced in full or in part in digital form with full attribution to the author and a link to www.TheDailySheeple.com.

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