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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by titrau, Sep 27, 2017.
This is shock>>>>
Not shocking at all. If selling for $3699 they could legit buy an iPhone X on craigslist release day for a grossly inflated price and make a profit.
Really, that shocks you?
Pretty sure I remember 6 Plus’s going for 3k on eBay back in 2014.
Prices will get much higher than that and as long as someone is going to pay it, those Ebay prices will continue to rise till Apple has their supply chain in order.
If I get one I’ll sell it at a higher price.
If I got one, I sure as hell would. Welcome to capitalism. It’s not denying a necessity to someone, no one is actually harmed. Nothing wrong with charging what supply and demand allows for.
ROFL! That guy is ready to stand in line... did anything like that actually sell on ebay at this time?
I’m gonna buy 2 and sell one to pay for both.
You should just buy the one off of eBay for 3k and try to sell it for 4k. 4K is popular these days.
Don’t care. I wouldn’t pay it. I’m not even paying MSRP.
So people dont have full time jobs they can make money every yrs just hunt an iphone 5 or 10 brand new and sell each 2k or 3k and they still make an income like full time employee /
ut not easy ...
Mafia can do it
That sounds good, but there hasn't been any news about some scalper turning into a millionaire from this kind of stunt.
I saw once time couple yrs ago at my local store
the guy he bought like 50 iphone with people he hire lining fo4 him all they do wait in line and each get 2 iphone >> that legal
I think people does this all of time and make alot money single yrs ....
Protip for anyone wanting to scalp their iPhone X: Do not use eBay. All it takes is for the seller to say they never received it and you will be out an iPhone X. Do it in person, and use a payment method that can’t be charged back, like Google wallet. Venmo and PayPal will not work as the buyer can request their money back by claiming the item is defective.