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By Anonymous - / Sunday 23 December 2012 17:52 / United States - Bel Air
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Oh yeah the police handle refunds these days, get real. Even if the person got arrested the victim of the scam will not be getting his money back without suing for it in small claims court.

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Untrue. Craigslist specifically says to deal with the seller in person and not to have anything mailed (for this exact reason). OP disregarded their warning and paid heavily for it. It's unfortunate but her own fault. Hopefully she'll know to deal in person from now on.

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Have you ever come across an Internet troll that was so fucking annoying and you wanted to absolutely beat the shit out of him? That's what scammers are like. Those guys deserve a nice beating. Personally, calling the cops wouldn't have satisfied me enough. When someone fucks with me like that, I would beat his ass too.

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This is why I truly think that duels should be legal. To death or first blood, with obvious rules and referees/witnesses to watch and intervene if needed. More people would be trained in self defense and less people would be inclined to mess with others. I've actually put a lot of thought into something like this.

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no you haven't otherwise you'd realize that people will duel over the most trivial things, and more importantly, duel-winning doesn't mean being right or just.

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38- Good. In that case I'd like to thank my parents for supporting and believing in me, my guidance counselor for telling me what not to put in my mouth, and whoever invented copy & paste. I wouldn't be where I am today without you. Peace out.

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Better yet, imagine the address was right, but the scammer was a six foot seven behemoth redneck with arms beefier than the Sacred Cow and actually pummeled OP's husband into the floor.

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You don't sign away liability of fraud. If the ad read an iPhone and not a photo of an iPhone then it is reasonable to assume it was an actual phone based on the verbiage and cost. It's fraud when you don't send the merchandise purchased. If it was sent postal mail it's mail fraud as well. No waiver can excuse you from the law, regardless of what the waiver reads. If the agreement isn't written correctly one non-enforceable clause can invalidate the whole contract too. Depending on where this took place the seller could be looking at 18 months on the fraud and 5 years for mail fraud.

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Yes, because apparently, the guy who purposefully gave out a piece of paper instead of an iphone for $350, will gladly give a refund. Does anyone read anymore?

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Buying items on Craigslist is not like buying from a store. These are private purchases and one simply can't ask for a refund. Especially if it's a scam, which this appears to be.

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Calm down people! 12 made an honest mistake. Not a one of you would make such rude comments about a post if she was ugly. Leave the dumb blonde alone (just kidding 12).

No, you don't HAVE to bail your seemingly psychopathic husband out of jail. That would be as stupid as spending big money on something listed by some random guy on a place like Craigslist. Oh, wait...

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Wow, one story, three stupid people! I wonder how much police time gets wasted every year by having to get involved in the aftermath of people like you doing stupid things with their money? Prove he didn't send you the phone, civil dispute!

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I'm surprised OP didn't look at the box or anything before taking it home. Or just contact the guy.. I mean, beating the crap out of someone over something so stupid? Grow up!

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