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Topic # 147087 8-Jun-2014 18:48
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I would have put this in Offers and wanted....but who would pay that price for a broken tv?

http://www.trademe.co.nz/electronics-photography/tvs/lcd/40+/auction-736669981.htm

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  Reply # 1061400 8-Jun-2014 18:48
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Hmmmm. Here we go.




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  Reply # 1061409 8-Jun-2014 19:00
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I'd happily pay 10 million Zimbabwe dollars for that TV.




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  Reply # 1061413 8-Jun-2014 19:02
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They put the price up due to not wanting to pay to get the listing removed. One of the flaws with trademe. When I did this once, trademe removed it as it got reported, and didn't have to pay for it's removal.

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  Reply # 1061419 8-Jun-2014 19:16
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I'd say more likely sold offline to the person who provided their mobile number.



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  Reply # 1061428 8-Jun-2014 19:28
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ahhh  Thanks

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  Reply # 1061431 8-Jun-2014 19:36
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yup, though it IS highly suspicious after he listed contact details in an earlier comment?

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  Reply # 1061615 9-Jun-2014 08:28
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They did put another photo up showing the new damage....   and yeah, Ive been caught out with TM's policy of charging for pulling a listing - you have a small windows to pull it before getting pinged. 





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