***FAKE FAKE FAKE 1988 PF69 NGC Platinum Panda on eBay ***

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  1. fishball

    fishball New Member Silver Stacker

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    Yeh most likely.
     
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    Your on your own with that one :( too risky for me personally wouldn't risk it.
     
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    fishball New Member Silver Stacker

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    lol I'm not bidding on that, I'd rather take my chances at Crown/Star City all on Red 18...
     
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    Caveat emptor.

    I read feedback like an Employer reads a resume. If it isnt recent or relevant then I assume a scam. If really keen on something I will email the seller for info about the item. The quality and timing of their response can give you some idea as to whether they are legit. I usually avoid 24 hr listings for high price things. If I was legitimately selling something worth several thousand dollars I would run the listing for 5-10 days. 24 hr listings seem like bargains but its the same sales pitch/scam used by dodgy tradesmen and car salesmen...TODAY ONLY, DONT MISS OUT!
     
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    fishball New Member Silver Stacker

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    Sage advice Eureka.

    In other news, eBay nuked the listing and likely the seller.

     
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    Lunardragon Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    FB,
    Is tat possible if someone use a valid certf no and prepackage the fake panda coin into a certitified slab?

    KS
     
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    fishball New Member Silver Stacker

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    As far as I know it's easier to replace the cert than break a slab to replace the coin and make it look original.

    You'd have to have the real coin on hand to have a certified slab...

    Anyway it's easier to have a fake image than it is to have a fake slabbed coin.
     

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