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Author Topic: [WTS] Bid On 6X Video Graphics Cards (5830s and 5870s) Free Shipping, No Reserve  (Read 823 times)
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September 29, 2011, 05:36:16 AM
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What's up guys? Check out all of the items I am selling on eBay right now right here: http://search.ebay.ca/?sass=ibuyvideocards&ht=-1

These are not my cards, they are my crazy friends who does not have an ebay account, but I can assure you they are all in great condition and I am putting up my own reputation to back the sale.

The buyer of any auction can make payment in bitcoin if they so choose.
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September 29, 2011, 05:51:50 AM
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As your forum account was last active early-august, and since then these forums have been hacked, I'd be hard pressed to believe such claims without more evidence.

I maybe wrong, but something smells fishy here.

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October 01, 2011, 10:47:19 AM
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Dude, gimme a break. You are wrong. You did some research (congrats!) but not enough.

I have posted from the exact same ebay account before, see this post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=11603.0

I don't come here anymore because this place blows thanks to incredibly skeptical/paranoid people such as yourself.

I live on r/bitcoin now - if you are a paranoid freak of a person you get downvoted into oblivion. I like it better that way.

EDIT: I mean jesus christ. I posted a link to an ebay seller account with 100% feedback and recent transactions to prove it.

Even if that "wasn't me", what could possibly be fishy about that?
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October 01, 2011, 12:11:26 PM
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I was worried a regular person would buy one of my miner cards and get pissed about artifacts ect...
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October 01, 2011, 02:30:13 PM
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It's too bad that you are using stock photos for everything and didn't include any pics of the actuall products because I am in Canada and would have bid the shit out of nearly everything posted under that Ebay user profile.......

Fishy or not, stock photos don't provide a whole lot of proof of ownership.

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October 01, 2011, 02:36:05 PM
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Fishy or not, stock photos don't provide a whole lot of proof of ownership.

Dude, he's selling on ebay. When is the last time you bought something there from someone with 100% feeback, paying with paypal yet demanded "proof of ownership"?

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October 01, 2011, 02:47:19 PM
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It's too bad that you are using stock photos for everything and didn't include any pics of the actuall products because I am in Canada and would have bid the shit out of nearly everything posted under that Ebay user profile.......

Fishy or not, stock photos don't provide a whole lot of proof of ownership.
I would not have any worries with buying these other then price.

As both a seller and buyer on ebay I can tell you now the buyer is pretty damn safe on any transaction paid with paypal.  I do not fear buying anymore other then temporary inconvenience with a bad product.  Paypal will side with the buyer 95% of the time. 

As a seller on ebay, the risk is a buyer ripping you off.  That can and does happen.

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October 01, 2011, 03:26:14 PM
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Fishy or not, stock photos don't provide a whole lot of proof of ownership.

Dude, he's selling on ebay. When is the last time you bought something there from someone with 100% feeback, paying with paypal yet demanded "proof of ownership"?
I have spent 10's of thousands of dollars on Ebay on Computer parts, Car Audio and Car parts for my Skyline GTR resto project using 3 Ebay accounts that total over 2,000 feedback as buyer/seller and 100% rated, have a Paypal account that had a rating of nearly 2,000 before the rating system was done away with and I have only been burned ONCE (International shipper, damaged item, no Paypal protection).

100% feedback you say ? from a seller with 3 unique buyers, 4 sales under $20 and a fluke 5970 sale ? I'LL TAKE THE TIME TO COVER MY ASS, as I have always done in the past. THANKS.....

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