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  # 2279537 19-Jul-2019 12:41
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GoranZ:

Those are nothing ...  who need a new 12 core Ryzen when you can get a very old quad core I5 for $500

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/computers/components/cpus/intel/listing-2233427388.htm

 

 

That may be a typo for $50, if you look at their other similar listings they're more around the $50 mark.

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  # 2279550 19-Jul-2019 13:17
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frankv:

 

And only $73. I wonder if he has 3 so I can also get one each for my wife and granddaughter?

 

 

Not original Apple, but $50 for 4 - PM me to order. Order today, and I'll throw in an open pack of tissues, and an empty energy drink can.

 





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  # 2279560 19-Jul-2019 13:28
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xpd:

 

frankv:

 

And only $73. I wonder if he has 3 so I can also get one each for my wife and granddaughter?

 

 

Not original Apple, but $50 for 4 - PM me to order. Order today, and I'll throw in an open pack of tissues, and an empty energy drink can.

 

 

 

And I can sell the fourth one on TM and make $23 on the deal! Cheque's in the ....

 

Oh wait, they're not genuine Apple so would void my warranty. Or they might even infect my phone with a virus.

 

 


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  # 2279612 19-Jul-2019 14:06
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How about a cheap SIM card ejector?



Holy Moly... free shipping it doesn't get better than that.

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  # 2279663 19-Jul-2019 14:36
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How much is postage please?

 

xpd: Not original Apple, but $50 for 4 - PM me to order. Order today, and I'll throw in an open pack of tissues, and an empty energy drink can.

 

 


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  # 2279666 19-Jul-2019 14:41
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frankv: Oh wait, they're not genuine Apple so would void my warranty. Or they might even infect my phone with a virus.

 

A hardware virus, you say?


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  # 2279672 19-Jul-2019 14:49
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harlansmart:

 

How much is postage please?

 

 

From our warehouse in Snezhinsk, to your door :

 

$49.95 Snail mail - Allow 20 weeks to 1 year

 

$69.95 International Courier (incs donkey's carrots and bribes for border crossings) - Allow 20 weeks

 

 

 

 





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  # 2279677 19-Jul-2019 14:55
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Sounds great, you seem very trustworthy, and have a professional looking forum avatar, I'm in!

 

Do you take BarterCard?

 

 

 

xpd:

 

harlansmart:

 

How much is postage please?

 

 

From our warehouse in Snezhinsk, to your door :

 

$49.95 Snail mail - Allow 20 weeks to 1 year

 

$69.95 International Courier (incs donkey's carrots and bribes for border crossings) - Allow 20 weeks

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 2279678 19-Jul-2019 15:02
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mmm... Bartercard "Helping people go broke since 1991"


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  # 2279681 19-Jul-2019 15:04
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Zdravstvuyte Dzhordzh, my prinimayem Bartercard za eti nezakonnyye instrumenty dlya udaleniya karty Apple iPhone?





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  # 2279685 19-Jul-2019 15:31
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Check out his feedback re the seller in OP's post, someone just gave him a red face because they paid too much, not only that the item still hasn't arrived.

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/stores/bestdeal4u/feedback


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  # 2317843 14-Sep-2019 17:50
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yet 400ish people bought stuff off him.

 

Shows you can sell anything for any price and some idiot will buy it.


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pctek:

 

Shows you can sell anything for any price and some idiot will buy it.

 

 

A fact Apple knows all too well.


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My local PakNSave were running this awesome deal last month...

 

 

 





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