Stop the abuse


oldhifi

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How is this abuse? Seems like the seller is up front about what's for sale and the condition it's in.

And as of the time I looked at the listing, nobody has bid on it.
you did not read my post..
[doublepost=1509315293][/doublepost]the meaning of the post is the abuse of Apple products, not the seller..Gezz
 

Tomorrow

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the meaning of the post is the abuse of Apple products, not the seller..Gezz
Your meaning might have been clearer if you had simply said:

I can believe all the Apple products that are abused
But instead, you said:

I can believe all the ads I see of Apple products that are abused for sale, I would trash it
It seems from your wording that it's not the abuse you take exception to, but rather that someone chooses to list the product for sale rather than trashing it.
 
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jbarley

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I can believe all the ads I see of Apple products that are abused for sale, I would trash it

look at this one..

https://www.ebay.com/itm/iPad-Pro-12-9-LCD-only-w-daughter-board-no-home-button-Good-LCD-Cracked-Glass/122741801572?hash=item1c93fb4264:g:dTwAAOSwcjVZ087S
There is a big difference between "abuse" and "damaged". the first is intentional and the second would be accidental.
Plus it appears it was sold and the landfill gets a reprieve, good on the seller.:)