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Interview With Ebay Seller of $1.2 Million Game Collection

A short and brief email interview with the seller of the 1.2 million dollar game collection.

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Tonester9251542d ago OffTopicShowReplies(2)
santaeid1542d ago OffTopicShow
Soldierone1542d ago

So it was an Ebay scammer that "bought" it? People, or idiots, go on Ebay all the time and will raise the prices and then never pay. Especially these high ones.

santaeid1542d ago

Has not been confirmed yet but he is still waiting on the money.

WeskerChildReborned1542d ago

Yea i know what you mean. Idk who would pay 1 million dollars of good money on games.

Denethor_II1541d ago

Lot of people out there with a lot of money.

mushroomwig1542d ago

Does he really think he's going to get an honest buyer?

santaeid1542d ago

I hope it is bought because of the huge fees the guy had to pay for all the pics he put up.

Soldierone1542d ago

If it was a scammer (or himself with a scam account) Ebay will reimburse all the fee's.

Paulson011541d ago

I called this days ago. Just like with the other crazy priced stuff listed on ebay that gets lots of attention.

Anyway, as far as buying/saving on eBay goes:

If you see an item that you want listed in auction format, send the seller a message asking if they will accept $x to end the auction early and sell the item to you. If that doesn’t work, use a sniping service such as Bidball.com to bid for you. It’ll bid in the last few seconds, helping to save $ and avoid shill bidding.

If there is a particular item that you want that is relatively rare on eBay or goes fast when one is listed, use ebuyersedge.com to set up a saved eBay search for it. You’d get an e-mail whenever a match is listed. You can use the price, category, exclude word, etc. filters to narrow down the results that you get in the e-mails. Excellent for “Buy It Now”s priced right.

If the item that you’re looking for is difficult to spell, try a misspelling search site like Typojoe.com to find some deals with items that have main keywords misspelled in the title. Other interested buyers may never see them.