Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay - now its MRG-8100's?

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    Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay - now its MRG-8100's?

    They are MRG-7500's - this seller is selling 3 of these (in separate auctions) - the seller is in italy and the watches are in hong kong - and they only have feedback of 3 - the combination of which instantly sets alarms ringing with me.

    they all started at nothing and are around the $130 mark presently - and finish in 4hrs or so.

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    Is anyone taking a punt at one ?
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    Re: Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay?

    Quote Originally Posted by MDPlatts View Post
    They are MRG-7500's - this seller is selling 3 of these (in separate auctions) - the seller is in italy and the watches are in hong kong - and they only have feedback of 3 - the combination of which instantly sets alarms ringing with me.

    they all started at nothing and are around the $130 mark presently - and finish in 4hrs or so.

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    Is anyone taking a punt at one ?
    I would say you have a better chance of becoming the next President of the USA then to get an MRG delivered from this seller if you win the auction :)
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    Re: Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay?

    Agreed! Their 3 feedbacks are for the purchase of the cheapest screen protectors on Ebay, all bought on the same day. The alarm bells are that loud, my ears are hurting
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    Re: Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay?

    stolen pic as well. but as least you can pay with paypal, so you can get buyer protection there.

    good luck

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    Re: Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay?

    i would stay away.

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    Re: Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay?

    Went for £250 from a buyer with only 1 feedback - maybe he's scamming them, oh, the irony!!
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    Re: Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay?

    Quote Originally Posted by StephenWatch View Post
    Went for £250 from a buyer with only 1 feedback - maybe he's scamming them, oh, the irony!!
    Maybe a pushing account to up the price.

    cheers, Sedi
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    Re: Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sedi View Post
    Maybe a pushing account to up the price.

    cheers, Sedi
    If it was, they really screwed up - they're meant to pull out to allow for one final legitamate bid

    Amateurs!!
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    Re: Anyone bidding on the MRG-7500's on ebay?

    He's getting cocky now - there are 7-8 listings for MRG-8100's now - all at £3 - but with a new ebay id (feedback = 1) - also registered in italy, also shipping from HK.

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