Somewhere, somebody is now the proud owner of a cool picture of an Xbox 360 picture, for which he paid £470.00 ($825).
The item was auctioned off on Ebay with the headline promising an Xbox360 Premium Package. But in an obvious attempt to defraud the buyer, buried in the item's description it said that:
"This auction is not for a Xbox 360 game system, but instead a picture of one. I hope you enjoy this high-quality item."
Buyer beware. Although the unfortunate highest bidder would still have a rather strong case. The item description for instance claims that concerns an Microsoft Xbox in new condition, supporting the PAL format. All this information is obviously bogus.
Via: the register
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