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Asus Dual RTX 2080 OC 8GB - £58.74 at smartteck-outlet eBay

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Posted 1st Aug
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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080, 8GB GDDR6, PCI Express 3.0, OpenGL®4.5, 2944 CUDA, 256-bit
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Delivering the latest NVIDIA Turing™ gaming experience in its purest form, the ASUS Dual GeForce® RTX 2080 melds performance and simplicity like no other. Leveraging advanced cooling technologies derived from flagship STRIX graphics cards, the Dual GeForce® RTX 2080 opts for substance over style, the perfect choice for a well-balanced build. Buckle up and engage cutting-edge gaming prowess.
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Rich_M01/08/2019 21:41

What do eBay sellers get out of these fake sales? I've never understood it.


Legit and current personal details of a load of people that have demonstrated they may be susceptible to targeted, more complex scams.
Listing cancelled now - 30 sold in literally a minute

Bookmarked the seller's page purely to see 30 negative feedbacks flood in
Edited by: "novadragon849" 1st Aug
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Faaaaaake
ordered haha
What do eBay sellers get out of these fake sales? I've never understood it.
Gotta be in it to win it
OOS
Listing cancelled now - 30 sold in literally a minute

Bookmarked the seller's page purely to see 30 negative feedbacks flood in
Edited by: "novadragon849" 1st Aug
Rich_M01/08/2019 21:41

What do eBay sellers get out of these fake sales? I've never understood it.


Hastle
Ordered, but extremely unlikely!
Hacked account?
Out of stock
And refunded
Me thinks he missed a 0 off the price.
These listings literally pop up all the time for example there scores of ryzen 5 2600 cpus new for 30-40 pounds
I'll bite at fourteen pounds.
Refunded
AND REFUNDED LOL!
Yup refund. Worth a punt.
Rich_M01/08/2019 21:41

What do eBay sellers get out of these fake sales? I've never understood it.


Legit and current personal details of a load of people that have demonstrated they may be susceptible to targeted, more complex scams.
Rich_M01/08/2019 21:41

What do eBay sellers get out of these fake sales? I've never understood it.



More likely a price input error, would be strange for someone with over 3000+ reviews with 100% feedback to pull a scam like this this.
Harryisme01/08/2019 22:12

More likely a price input error, would be strange for someone with over …More likely a price input error, would be strange for someone with over 3000+ reviews with 100% feedback to pull a scam like this this.


Usually these are hacked accounts
Cancelled, refunded
Free tinfoil hats to all that think this is anything other than a mispriced item 🤪
Rich_M01/08/2019 21:41

What do eBay sellers get out of these fake sales? I've never understood it.


1) Pricing error (missed out a digit or wrong decimal place). In this case, I think that's what's happened & they meant to list it at £580.74 or £658.74.
2) Scammers that build up positive feedback by selling cheap tat, then when they have achieved that, they list a bunch of high end tech stuff (tv's, pc's, laptops, cameras, phones etc) far cheaper than they should.
3) More common on Amazon than ebay these days but there is also the possibility of hacked accounts.
Bought two and one is still listed as paid, the other has already been listed as posted
























Nah... just kidding 😁
Rich_M01/08/2019 21:41

What do eBay sellers get out of these fake sales? I've never understood it.


All your personal details......
benson226601/08/2019 22:32

Free tinfoil hats to all that think this is anything other than a …Free tinfoil hats to all that think this is anything other than a mispriced item 🤪


^^ this. Misprices are this low. Hacked accounts trying to scam put items at like 50-80% of the retail price so they seem like deals, but not impossibly so.
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