Discussion in 'Fakes & Counterfeits' started by SteelHand, Jan 16, 2020.
as long as eBay makes $$$ they’ll look the other way….
last stretch on 12 hrs to go… winner takes the HEADACHE of raising a case on eBay….
whatta BARGAIN for S1 drago for less than $2000….cheaper than normal 1oz!
Apparently there have been 21 bids placed on it from 5 bidders
Winning Bid of $2,312
I'm probably a f idiot. Bought a $200 coin for $500 off ebay without voucher.
There is a lot of gold in the decimal category with $100 dicount voucher applicable, SPENDSVE
Shaping up to be a wonderful buyers' market.
Agree for an astute informed buyer there are bargains available.
Thanks for the heads up
Buying auctions on ebay seem the go. Just no price support. I won't touch silver but old Perth silver selling for peanuts compared to a few years ago.
And somehow so much stuff on Ebay that is listed in Australia as its item location ends up being drop-shipped from China. Instant negative feedback. Ebay has become a cesspool.
I was under the impression that verification for managed payments had sorted that e.g. "Based in Australia", "Based in China"
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