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  #1479596 27-Jan-2016 08:54
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And the "charity" is himself and wife. Good one.




 

 

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  #1479597 27-Jan-2016 08:55
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After reading the reddit comments, I have to say I am convinced this is a scam.


 
 
 
 


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  #1479648 27-Jan-2016 09:37
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rmt38:

 

After reading the reddit comments, I have to say I am convinced this is a scam.

 

 

Someone who had a business that owes over $10,000,000 to creditors shouldn't be ever allowed to create another one and or be a director or any role that involves business decisions.

 

He is an outright scammer.


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  #1479759 27-Jan-2016 12:11
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Looks like he has copy pasta shiftarounda Trademe's T&C a bunch too... an example:

 

 

 

Trademe:

 

Accurate Information: You warrant that you have provided complete, accurate and current personal information when registering as a member. You must maintain and update your personal information held by Trade Me to ensure it is kept current at all times. Trade Me may phone or mail you to verify these details. You must not register as a member under multiple identities or personas (whether false or not). However, at Trade Me's discretion, you may create a business membership in addition to your personal membership.

 

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3.2 ACCURATE INFORMATION
Members warrant that they have provided to 4tradeit complete, current and accurate personal information when registering as a member 4tradeit. Members shall maintain and update their personal information held by 4tradeit to ensure it is kept up to date at all times. Members shall not register as a member under multiple identities or personas (whether false or not). 4tradeit may phone or mail a member to verify these details and at its discretion remove all of the alias accounts.


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  #1479769 27-Jan-2016 12:22
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when registering as a member 4tradeit.

 

England much gooder?





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  #1479794 27-Jan-2016 12:56
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richms:

 

when registering as a member 4tradeit.

 

England much gooder?

 

 

http://www.trademe.co.nz/help/143/terms-and-conditions is very very similar to http://www.4tradeit.co.nz/index.php?a=28&b=140#INDEX.

 

 

 

Id probably charge out 1 hour to amend the Terms and conditions to not look identical.

 

That leaves us with 39,998.5 hours to account for.


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  #1479801 27-Jan-2016 13:02
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I think it would need to be a site with lots of visitors already. Like fishpond. 

 

Trademe is over charging. A lot of the stuff on there, is just the same stuff of aliexpress with a higher price. Although that does offer legal protection of a sort. 





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  #1479803 27-Jan-2016 13:05
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Dreal:

 

I think it would need to be a site with lots of visitors already. Like fishpond. 

 

Trademe is over charging. A lot of the stuff on there, is just the same stuff of aliexpress with a higher price. Although that does offer legal protection of a sort. 

 

 

 

 

Big problem I have with trademe is they have made it impossible to see things that are in NZ, and have let a crap load of sellers from the UK, china and Aussie on there.

 

That negates any benefit of going to trademe which is buying from a local place with a decent turnaround time to get the stuff to you and CGA protection. If I want to wait ages for stuff I am taking a chance on, I wont be browsing trademe for the stuff.





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  #1479818 27-Jan-2016 13:23
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True. What is the point if you miss out on quick delivery and CGA protection/local regs? 





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  #1479839 27-Jan-2016 13:26
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True. What is the point if you miss out on quick delivery and CGA protection/local regs? 

 



 

Quite often for phone cases and other things they are offshore based and imported when ordered..
Seen that quite a bit with some things.


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  #1479851 27-Jan-2016 13:46
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In which case they should be set as china so when I search for auckland or north island, they dont show up. Its the south island sellers that are missing out at the moment with no NZ only search option.





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  #1485731 5-Feb-2016 10:36
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Had another look at the site. Definitely nothing new/interesting and has died by the looks of it.

 

 


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#1485760 5-Feb-2016 11:05
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4tradeit seems to have only cheap junk and very expensive cars listed, and that's all.


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  #1485765 5-Feb-2016 11:08
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DarthKermit:

 

4tradeit seems to have only cheap junk and very expensive cars listed, and that's all.

 

 

Why bother?





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  #1515855 18-Mar-2016 19:59
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Does anyone know what platform this website is built from?  I assume its off the shelf software as well?

 

 

 

http://www.buzzybidders.co.nz/index.php


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