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Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P7500 32GB, Wi-Fi + 3G (Unlocked), 10.1in - Soft Black £4.99 @ Ebay / browningsbargains
Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P7500 32GB, Wi-Fi + 3G (Unlocked), 10.1in - Soft Black £4.99 @ Ebay / browningsbargains

Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P7500 32GB, Wi-Fi + 3G (Unlocked), 10.1in - Soft Black £4.99 @ Ebay / browningsbargains

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tommy6000009

How can it be this price?


no idea but i order £30 worth! xmas, new years, birthdays all sorted!

ended

Not available, was an error in the listing, bye bye this "deal"!

The listing has been removed due to the error, and i've expired this listing too

gone

seller mistake, no chance of getting them....move on

Nonsense deal.

who's the clown that bought 80 lmao

yeah someone bought 80

coolcraig999

who's the clown that bought 80 lmao



He's basically letting his money rest in the sellers account and hoping it comes back. Let's hope the seller isn't Father Ted.

peabrain

no idea but i order £30 worth! xmas, new years, birthdays all sorted!



Yeah, I think you'll see your £30 magically reappear in your account next week.

Will be tablet case

thats his feedback decimated....!

Seriously ?

Q: Is this an actual Samsung tablet??
A: I am sorry, my account was hacked, I did not list these

Only worth £4.99 though

How are people still falling for this, obvious it was a hacked account even without the question.

bargaincrazy2012

Q: Is this an actual Samsung tablet??A: I am sorry, my account was … Q: Is this an actual Samsung tablet??A: I am sorry, my account was hacked, I did not list these



Of course it was .. "my dog ate my homework" ..

taras

Of course it was .. "my dog ate my homework" ..



Actually I would bet it was. That's exactly what ebay scammers do when they hack an account, list a quantity of stupidly cheap items for quick sale then they disappear

A seller with that amount of feedback who been hacked? either he's been stupid and therefore deserves it or he's fibbing

philjstephenson

A seller with that amount of feedback who been hacked? either he's been … A seller with that amount of feedback who been hacked? either he's been stupid and therefore deserves it or he's fibbing



I can't see how much feedback they have, both links are dead now. Assuming they have a lot though why would they jeopardise that for a bunch of £5 transactions that they clearly cant fulfil and they can't do a runner with the money if they're a big seller as they will of course be verified with PayPal and eBay. Also having a lot of feedback (ie. experience) may make one less likely to be hacked by phishing sites etc, however it does not make you impervious and it actually makes you a bigger target as your account will have extremely high or entirely lifted selling restrictions. Also, it requires the seller to actively educate themselves on account security and maintain a decent standard of it, which is not always the case.

philjstephenson

A seller with that amount of feedback who been hacked? either he's been … A seller with that amount of feedback who been hacked? either he's been stupid and therefore deserves it or he's fibbing



​why would he deserve it?

derp1664

Actually I would bet it was. That's exactly what ebay scammers do when … Actually I would bet it was. That's exactly what ebay scammers do when they hack an account, list a quantity of stupidly cheap items for quick sale then they disappear



so you "hack" an ebay account to what sell cheap items, which would then get removed - how does that profit the scammers ..


taras

so you "hack" an ebay account to what sell cheap items, which would then … so you "hack" an ebay account to what sell cheap items, which would then get removed - how does that profit the scammers ..



the money gets paid by paypal into their dodgy account which they likely then buy bitcoins or similar with. i don't actually know for sure as i'm not actually a "hacker" ...why the speech marks btw? sure phishing etc is like script kiddie level "hacking" but the speech marks are a bit much, a hacked account is a common phrase even if it is a misnomer to some degree

This happens on eBay one In while , do You know who the seller was as I think it's a scam
Edited by: "HJboss" 24th Oct 2016
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