Loose Mindwipe How Much?

Discussion in 'Transformers On Ebay' started by cutback4197, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. cutback4197

    cutback4197 all roads lead to shame

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    Gen. Magnus Everything is Awesome

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    No way. HM's tend to go for about $70 per if complete and in good condition.
     
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    Agreed
     
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    Yea, check out his other auctions! Some "new" bidder is pushing everything through the roof. Yet Ebay is locking out people and shutting down powersellers for less! WTF!
     
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    I will sell mine's if I can get that price. :D 
     
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    Funny, I was going to post about this exact auction! I was watching it the last few days, and my jaw dropped when I saw how much it had jumped last night.

    I HOPE this is an artificially inflated price, otherwise I think I am DONE collecting G1. $255 for a loose Mindwipe? No instructions, no box? I wouldn't even pay that for a Scorponok!
     
  7. cutback4197

    cutback4197 all roads lead to shame

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    I noticed that. Although most of the username is blocked it is quite obvious it is the same zero bidder. Either some one has way too much money, or there is some fraudulent activity going on. I threw out some test bids on some of the items I was interested, they all seemed to be high.
     
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    ^^ yea, I tried to report him, but Ebay said there was not enough time to formulate an investigation! That was just sad...
     
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    cutback4197 all roads lead to shame

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    Well, the zero bidder won no less than six of the auctions and over paid on at least four of those. Those were just the ones I was watching, there is no telling how many the zero bidder won.
     

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