Mclaren MT - 7 scam warning - YouTube The above video summarizes everything that just happened to me (not my vid). Basically, I was at the gas station about to fill up my car, when these guys drive over in a truck, and yell out the window "hey buddy it's your lucky day!" They open up the trunk and start this story about how they're heading to this auditorium to install some speakers, but had received a double order of the speakers they bought to perform the job, and now were just trying to sell them off for any money they could get before they arrived to the job site, where apparently their boss would take the extras and sell them himself. They acted extremely urgent and kept pressuring me. I was initially really wary of it all, and told them I wasn't interested, even if it was a good deal. But they kept pushing how they're $2000 speakers and just asked how much I would be willing to give them. But I said no and the guy was starting to leave, when one of his partners jumped out and started being a lot more polite.. and explained that I could buy them now for a few hundred and resell them for lot more and make some money. I looked at the box of speakers and it looked brand new, and the guy showed all the specs and stuff, and acted all excited about how good it was. But by this time the idea that I could buy them for a few hundred and get at least a thousand, if not the full price he was touting, was settling in. He even said his girlfriend had been looking them up on ebay and seeing them for over a thousand bucks. So I bought into it, and proceeded to walk over to an ATM and get out a few hundred dollars ($400 we agreed on, although initially the first guy had been asking for closer to a grand!) and I handed it to him cash. I got the speakers, and they drove off, after all shaking my hand and saying I was a great guy. So.. long story short I get home and look it up on ebay, see people trying to get rid of them for only a couple hundred dollars, and my heart sinks. Basically my $400 is out the window, and the speakers themselves are almost worthless. I feel like a total idiot, and looking back I should have seen a lot of signs that this wasn't for real. And my first instinct was to pass, but I just gave in after a whole ton of persuasion. saying "no" has pretty much been a weak point of mine anyway. But.. after this, I'm hoping I won't fall for this kind of thing again. So, I'm venting a little here, and also possibly offering a warning. I looked it up and this isn't a one time incident; apparently this particular scam has been used across the country. So.. if anything similar ever comes up for anyone here, say a FIRM no! Really kicking myself for that $400 lost.. I'm a student on a budget so it hurts.. I thought I could have made some money off this but in the end I just hope I learned a lesson. A very expensive one.