yeah true. I want to tell others to beware. But from what I hear he's not one to be messed with.Seeing that they have opened the box but sent you a picture of the device powered off, I wouldn't trust it. If you see a picture of the "iPhone" working, then I would be more apt to take a chance on it, you know?
The way I see it is, you can only tell so many people not to buy something before they do anyway. You can make a posting stating that you want to see the phone working before you will consider it. Since the phone is out of the box, it is already considered a 'used' phone and not a 'new' one. If they won't do that, then others will already know not to purchase it.yeah true. I want to tell others to beware. But from what I hear he's not one to be messed with.
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I got one of those boxes when I sent my iPhone off for repair. He has probably done the same, received his replacement and decided to sell up. If it's on eBay you're protected from scams anyway.