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Boy Gets 44,000 in ebay parcel.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/norfolk/6903433.stm :w00t: wonder what kind of feedback you leave for that :whistling: Read More
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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/norfolk/6903433.stm

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wonder what kind of feedback you leave for that :whistling:
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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Would you have bothered reporting it?
#2
hell no! i once got a million dollar american bill in a parcel off of ebay, dunno why.

he can go buy a ps3 instead now :lol:
#3
the muffin man
Would you have bothered reporting it?


Yeah i would report it, £44,000 is a lot of cash to anyone, I couldn't just take that and spend it, Could be someones loan/deposit thats taken them years to save up etc, If someone could afford to lose that kind of money, Why would they sell a PS2?, They wouldn't need the money?

Its strange though, As for feedback. I'd probably leave a neg (after emails), Its missing 2 games afterall. :giggle:
#4
Exactly my point! Can imagine the seller mailing the buyer. "Erm excuse me but did i accidently put 40 grand in yr parcel?"
"Sorry not me mate!!!!" Ha Ha
#5
Anyone dodgy enough to post 44k probably wouldnt want it reported to the poilce anyway:whistling:
#6
Typical police keeping the cash and claiming its due to "investigations"
#7
Bloody hell missed that deal On ebay :giggle: It would have been the hottest deal
#8
I'm just amazed it got through. The postal service seem to nick everything else!
#9
The fact that no-one has claimed the money I would assume that to mean its a bit "iffy". I'm not sure the kid will claim the money. Would you risk a visit of a "Vinny" with 2 barrels....
Its tempting but I prefer to keep my legs....
#10
Does anyone know the username of the ebayer he bought the ps2 from? I wanna see if they have anything else for sale :thumbsup:
#11
peteivy
Does anyone know the username of the ebayer he bought the ps2 from? I wanna see if they have anything else for sale :thumbsup:


i wanna pretend to be him and "claim my lost monies" i shall spread the wealth with you lot should you make me seem convincing :lol:
#12
"Police are trying to trace the owner of 65,400 euros (£44,000) mistakenly sent to a 16-year-old boy who bought a Playstation Two for £95 on eBay."

Says something about the Old Bill, this was back on March 20 - they must be able to find out who sent it from Ebay:?

They need Jack Regan back:

"We're the Sweeney son and we haven't 'ad our dinner!"

"Get yer trousers on, you're nicked"

:p
#13
What are the odds on the kid getting it though...

Parents will be already spending it.
banned#14
16, thats just about legal, now where did I put my map:w00t:
#15
Don't you have to be 18 to be on Ebay?!
#16
Phew! I'd been looking for that. Thought I'd lost it in the abyss of my sofa for good :thumbsup:
banned#17
ade2j
Don't you have to be 18 to be on Ebay?!


PMSL:giggle:
#18
Prissymiss
16, thats just about legal, now where did I put my map:w00t:


Typical woman :roll: :giggle:
banned#19
I would neg the seller for item not as described, he was missing two games!

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