Too good to be true?

edge540

macrumors regular
Original poster
May 10, 2004
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Indiana
I found this site... http://www.clearoutclub.com where you can buy a dual 2.5 G5 for $1200, and a lot of other things fro very very cheap. They also will give you a free iPod or display just for signing up. Its 19 dollars... The catch is that you have to use bank routing and checking acount numbers to transfer the money. Also... when i go to sign up... the page is not secure. atleast for me.
Is this deal too good to be true.. is it a scam... please give me your opinion.
Thanks...
Bryan
 

Sun Baked

macrumors G5
May 19, 2002
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edge540 said:
The catch is that you have to use bank routing and checking acount numbers to transfer the money. Also... when i go to sign up... the page is not secure. atleast for me...

Bryan
Cool sounds like a legit way for somebody to take all the money out of your checking account to me.

A simple fake bank draft is all they need to clean you out.

Go for it if you don't need any of the money in your checking account, and don't expect to get anything in return.

If you're dumb enough to do it, they deserve the money more than you.

:p
 
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