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Too good to be true? Get what you pay for?

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[OP]
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Feb 23, 2008
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Too good to be true? Get what you pay for?

My wife came across this via an ad on Facebook and some stuff seems to make sense price wise but other things are outlandish
https://missjing.myshopify.com

We have been looking at a patio sectional set for backyard but this doesn’t make sense for $140-180 as you can’t even start to hiring someone to make this for that price

The impact driver tools and snowman make sense for prices but even if these are knockoffs seems too low for them

Just thought PSA about scam. Seems Chinese knockoff based on website URL but has phone number from Massachusetts and a gmail instead of platform based email

Suckers born every day


Just thought would post for a laugh
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[OP]
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Feb 23, 2008
834 posts
75 upvotes
Site gone now lol or rather missjing is missing


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Dec 20, 2004
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Can't look at it now, but probably a scam from the sounds of it. Plenty of iffy quick shopify sites with absurd prices, and then they delete it after getting a few orders/questions start showing up in Google.
Nobody cares which exploitative corporations you give your money to every month. Capitalism is a plague on this planet. Get that crap out of your signature.
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Everything should be considered “you get what you pay for” because quality dictates price on everything Money-mouth Face

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