Every time a new piece of shiny technology drops on the market scammers are ready to get the low hanging fruit of the Ebay economy. Unfortunately for Peter Clatworthy of Nottingham, UK he dropped £450, about $735, on what he thought was an Xbox One day-one edition but turned out to a baldy printed image of his dream machine.
The 19-year-old student saved up his shillings to buy an Xbox One for his four-year-old son, who absolutely kills atFIFA 14. Though when making his purchase on Ebay through what seemed like a quality vendor, he did notice the listing said “Photo of Xbox One Day-One Edition” Mr. Clatworthy still went all-in and got stiffed. What’s the worst part? It’s not even a good copy. Come on scammers! Would it kill you to get an ink jet printer?
Well, i mean did he check the description?