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First post, by jasa1063

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I can't believe what some people will ask for a computer, especially one that is in nonworking condition. This coming from a seller who has over 3600 positive feedbacks. I just don't get it. You would think they would know better, but what do I know.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/165278486280?hash=it … NoAAOSwK~5h3ien

Reply 1 of 3, by darry

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jasa1063 wrote on 2022-01-13, 20:56:

I can't believe what some people will ask for a computer, especially one that is in nonworking condition. This coming from a seller who has over 3600 positive feedbacks. I just don't get it. You would think they would know better, but what do I know.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/165278486280?hash=it … NoAAOSwK~5h3ien

My guess is that it is a typo as previously sold similar systems were about one tenth of that, AFAICT, so there might just be one too many nines to the left of the decimal point .

Reply 2 of 3, by jasa1063

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darry wrote on 2022-01-13, 21:04:
jasa1063 wrote on 2022-01-13, 20:56:

I can't believe what some people will ask for a computer, especially one that is in nonworking condition. This coming from a seller who has over 3600 positive feedbacks. I just don't get it. You would think they would know better, but what do I know.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/165278486280?hash=it … NoAAOSwK~5h3ien

My guess is that it is a typo as previously sold similar systems were about one tenth of that, AFAICT, so there might just be one too many nines to the left of the decimal point .

I just messaged the seller asking if the price is a typo or not. We will see what they say.