Did you look at seller rating and how long they have been on there?
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It's a scam, 100% the list goes on and on then contact them IF you want to outright buy 10k of new equipment for 1k or something.. ALL BS.
Minimum bids with US ratings and US confirmed addresses. Do your homework.. I've seen the fakes on Ebay for 15+ years. They come and go pretty quick.. Just ask Ebay if you question their creds..
general rule dealing with expensive stuff that a lot folks are interested in (hifi, cars, watches, wine, art, and so on...)
if it looks too good to be true, it usually is
yes there can be exceptions sometimes, though rare, and you can take a risk to pursue it, but that is exactly what you would be doing, so be prepared for the more likely outcome
@rsf507 , you're absolutely right. I'll do it.
And just in case I wasn't being clear, I had no interest in buying from them. I wasn't looking for advice on the traps of used purchases, though I appreciate the concern. I just figured that I wasn't the only one out here landing on their ads (via hifishark, eg) and was curious if anyone had tried to contact them, etc. I've noticed their ads for a while and I can't imagine why eBay tolerates it; they must have some algorithm to detect this stuff.