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April 07, 2016, 06:28:32 PM
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Can't believe people actually sell their own gmail accounts and 6USD for 5 accounts Huh

Err.. no, its not their own, the admin is offering a service to create a new and fresh account upon request. But you've got the right amazement, why bother selling something free?

is it a new surprise,people have been selling things which are free in nature in the real world,let him sell free gmail accounts, if he is good in marketing his stuff,sure he will get some buyers  Wink
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Just a question, in case gmail find something suspicious and ask the buyer for verification, then would you help or you have no responsibility or guarantee after the sale is completed ? Its important for buyers to know this.

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