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Did you read the add?:confused:
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yeah man, I don't get it either...I think the purpose was to at least have it up advertised if this person fell through because of possible payment issues but why not at least advertise it at what it is worth or maybe a small amount above?

Maybe it worked, we are talking about it hahaha.
 

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Imagine the paypal and eBay final fees if you "buy it now" :p
 

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mikeucr said:
....why not at least advertise it at what it is worth or maybe a small amount above?
Because under ebay rules anybody who offered as much as what it's advertised for would have the right to buy it, while the car is already promised to the guy who gave the down payment.
Keeping the price 10x more than the value, they don't risk anybody getting the right to purchase the car by bidding on it.
 

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It's the age old salesman's trick.
Blag the customer into thinking somebody else is interested in the vehicle so customer buys the car there and then. It'll go back down to normal price and somebody will snap it up. It's either that or some plank who doesn't know how to end a listing.
 

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pffff, I'm good!

I bought my 9-5 Aero for 3% of that price!

GO me!
 
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