someone on craigslist is selling a $400.00 swimming pool for $40.00, is it legit?
Never buy anything from craigslist.
by ? - 5 hours ago
It's cheap because he is selling the water separatel!!!
by -VENOMCLAN- - 5 hours ago
RED FLAG 1 - no picture for you (it might be in such a bad state - but why not send a potential customer a picture?) RED FLAG 2 - 400 down to 40 - NAH i would just ignore the advert and look elsewhere. Even if it is real which i doubt it will be more like a leaky sieve than some pool u can enjoy.
by Captain - 5 hours ago
It is selling for $40 because it is worth $40 max. Once it is patched, it will never be as good as it was when new. So you are buying something that may last for 1 week or 2 years. That is why Craigslist is so much fun to use. You might be getting the steal of the century or you might be wasting your money. But $40 is cheap enuf for you to take the chance. Or you can offer him $20 and say that you will remove it today if he says yes.
by Ed Atun - 5 hours ago
It's not legit, if someone were to sell a 400.00 pool for 40 bucks, it might be damaged/problems that happened
by James - 5 hours ago
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