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Too good to be true

edited March 2012 in MTB general
The usual ebay add no feedback, no details and doesn't seem to have any bike knowledge.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2011-INTENSE- ... 19ce33bd46
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  • jairajjairaj Posts: 3,009
    Seems fine to me, OK he's a little brief with the info but he claims to have all the paperwork.

    The price might be low but that's because there's still 3 days to go till the end. Check back 20mins before the end and see if its still going for a bargain price.
  • heez29heez29 Posts: 612
    It does look a little suspect. Personally I would message him asking some basic questions and some pictures of the shock,rear mech area, etc. If he can supply that then it should be a win win.
  • Mojo_666Mojo_666 Posts: 860
    When I was new to ebay I used to list like that, the seller may just not know how to sell very well and is probably just making the assumption that any buyer would know the answers to their own questions.
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