Kezins.com reports on AllDigitalPro.com, another site in a long line of scams being run on the internet. AllDigitalPro.com currently lists items such as a new Sony PS3 for $183.
Obviously a scam.
or its 183 + bonus activities u must perform ;) lol
I agree and go with scam, it's like the many offers of the net that say do such and such survey and in the surveys you must provide your information (As well as credit card majority of the time). If it did indeed does turn out to be a scam (Which I strongly believe it is) I hope no one gets hit by it...
someone will get hit by it someone always does....
Yea probably one of those extra activities you have to sign up and do, just like back when the PSP came out and you could get one for free if you signed up with stuff. The PS3 could be had for cheap. Dell did sell the PS3 for I believe $319.99 a couple weeks ago but it sold and expired quickfast. PS3 for cheap. Possible. PS3 for $183. Hmm.
everything seems legit, im gonna take 2 ps3 at this price. Everybody should know that there is no scammer on teh interwebz!
Alot of crap is getting approve lately, slow news week?
are you serious... this could prevent someone from falling into scams..news reporting scams should always be approved
http://www.google.ca/search... Edit: I give a useful link that shows this website is a scam and I get disagrees? Maybe I don't understand this community at all.
Well this is gaming news or info so thanks for the heads up.
they have all these in depth specs on the product pages and they mysteriously don't know the color system for each console. Color Support: Color.
Not sure why I got so many spam reports on this. This wasn't a "great" piece of gaming journalism, but it was still factual and something I would have approved if someone else had written it. It beats another generic top ten reasons... list. :) And I am sure some people will fall for the scam, so I don't see why I shouldn't put it out there.
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