They could go for $1000 like the above poster said... but they could also go for NEGATIVE whatever you paid for it... when the guy that you shipped it to claims he never got it, and disputes it with paypal, then paypal usually sides with the buyer and freezes your account, and refunds the money to the buyer. Your out the money and out a iphone5.
This is why its better to make less money, and just do a local sale.
Hmmm, kinda tempting. How in demand do you think the 64gb version is though? I see several on eBay. I could always try on Craigslist locally first, see how that goes.
Oh well, like I said, just curious....
I did look at ebay. I just don't understand people paying over $1000 for a phone.
Mine is not new, been using it since release day. But it is perfect condition. If I thought I could get over $1000 for it I would sell it in a heartbeat. I mean I like the phone, but it is not THAT great. I could buy my wife a nice Galaxy S3 and myself a nice 4s or something for what I could sell this phone for.
I was asking here to see if you folks think those auctions on eBay are for real or bogus. I mean, $1299 for an iPhone 5??? Really??
Insure the shipment and make it signature required. Problem solved.