is it too good to be true? Then it is!
by K - 14 hours ago
maybe its a chinese replica
by p!nk - 14 hours ago
Like so many things in life, you have to exercise common sense. In this case, you first see the price. $20 for a decent, brand-new laptop that sells for several hundred dollars anywhere else. Your common sense should be screaming at you, "IT'S A SCAM NITWIT!". Next, look at the seller information. The name is "llooooll" with zero feedback. Yeah, this must be legit. Are you really that gullible?
by WiseOne - 14 hours ago
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