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    Dodgy or not?

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Rolex-Sub...0AAOSw34FejBw6

    Low feedback, odd description, blurry pics, mmm.

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    " I AM OFFER YOU THE B.I.N OPTION"

    I wouldn't touch that with a barge pole.

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    Not dodgy, just inexperienced. I would still avoid.

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    They always say "buy the seller" - in this case, I wouldn't be going anywhere near an item of that value, from someone on eBay with only 22 feedback.

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    I would suggest the top two lines of the description are the sellers own words, the rest of the listing looks very professional and 'could' have been lifted from elsewhere along with the pics.

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    It just screams "dodgy" doesn't it? From the very English username "dianajones" to the text quite patently being being written by a non-native speaker. The obvious cut and pasted parts of the ad to the sellers other sale of a 30,000 Franck Muller watch. Just the sorts of watches you'd expect to see from someone whose only previous eBay sale is a tin of Castrol GTX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lampoc View Post
    It just screams "dodgy" doesn't it? From the very English username "dianajones" to the text quite patently being being written by a non-native speaker. The obvious cut and pasted parts of the ad to the sellers other sale of a 30,000 Franck Muller watch. Just the sorts of watches you'd expect to see from someone whose only previous eBay sale is a tin of Castrol GTX.
    100% a scam.
    Over on a VRF a guy's posted about being scammed by dianajones2013.
    Just hope he gets his money back.

    https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/vint...r-t259747.html

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    This same seller was listing an 114060 last week that is now removed from eBay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Rolex-Sub...0AAOSw34FejBw6

    Low feedback, odd description, blurry pics, mmm.
    Same seller in the the link I posted earlier today. Steer well clear.

    https://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.p...-please-report

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    Looks like a scam to me...

    The spelling/grammar in the first 3 lines is awful, it is also all CAPS.

    Compare that to the rest of the advert - it would seem the rest of the advert was written someone totally different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Rolex-Sub...0AAOSw34FejBw6

    Low feedback, odd description, blurry pics, mmm.
    It looks genuine the pics are very clear on my iPad as others have said I would be on my guard with someone with such a low feedback think would avoid and at that price you can pickup a 5513 from reputable dealers.

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