this has got to be scam?!

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Typical scam...you'll email them or call them and your email or phone # is added to a SPAM list. It's really making Craigslist a very risky place to try and conduct business...
 

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There are brand new iPhone 5's (sealed) selling for $450, they have the full warranty and everything too. To anyone who thinks I'm faking, it was an ad on the news paper too. P.S. I got a sealed 64 gb iphone 5 on craigslist for 680!
 

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Lol @SeanHRCC, again, you with your "oh just cause I don't think it's possible you must be bs" bs. Step 1) Go to craigslist. step 2) Go to Canada>British Columbia>Vancouver and type in iPhone 5 sealed 64gb. step 3) Learn to search before you post.
Oh and, I knew you would come call BS so I even posted a picture of the actual add for you. The phone number is right on there, go call them before you come around here calling what I say bs.
 

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Honestly, I give proof and he comes in here pretty much accusing me of saying BS. He's done it in another thread of mines before, ridiculous.
 

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Honestly, I give proof and he comes in here pretty much accusing me of saying BS. He's done it in another thread of mines before, ridiculous.

if you truly believe that you made your point then go with it

it's just the Internet man. let it go
 

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Honestly, I give proof and he comes in here pretty much accusing me of saying BS. He's done it in another thread of mines before, ridiculous.
I'm not sure you understand what "proof" means. He stated many of the ads are scams. To prove they aren't scams, you posted an ad. This is proof that ads do exist. It is NOT proof of their validity.

What's ridiculous is that you are pouting about someone on the internet not believing you.
 

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I agree with those who say "if it is too good to be true, than it probably is." --- There are lot's of scams out there, you have to ask yourself "why would anyone sell a device so far below it's actual value" ... Sure there are those dumb luck moments, but those are so far and few between.
 

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probably a scam, but Ive scored things off of craigslist for real cheap because people were desperate to sell/needed the cash. so it sometimes happens
 

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Lol @SeanHRCC, again, you with your "oh just cause I don't think it's possible you must be bs" bs. Step 1) Go to craigslist. step 2) Go to Canada>British Columbia>Vancouver and type in iPhone 5 sealed 64gb. step 3) Learn to search before you post.
Oh and, I knew you would come call BS so I even posted a picture of the actual add for you. The phone number is right on there, go call them before you come around here calling what I say bs.

Enjoy your tPhone...

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