Cheap Applecare only emailed on Ebay could be the absolute perfect product to scam with. Let me make the following points. * Internet anoniminity, done via email only. No real mail trace/trail. * Selling to a very loyal/trusting customer base - Applecare has to be the best performing warranty sales wise on the planet. I've probably bought thousands of electronics gadgets during my life and maybe bought 2 extended warranties EXCEPT on Apple products. I havent seen real numbers but the number of % warranties apple sells vs the industry I am sure is absurd. * Incredible price reduction lures people in. (People want an awesome deal, something for nothing,greedy.) * A product thats intangible, that can be sent via email thats fairly expensive. (Your buying numbers and letters.Pure profit) * It appears to be legit in the beginning nearly 100% of the time. (Gives the scammer time to get good feedback and get past and most refund time limits and customer is initially soothed, as from my research takes almost a minimum of 60 days for Apple to reject the code, sometimes much longer, even years.) * A product you may possible never even use.(Laptop never breaks down,you may discontinue its use,or resell it in 3 yrs.) MacBook Pro 15-17" Ebay Prices - No box Applecare - Avg. $149-$169 price. Ebay Prices - Original Box Applecare - Avg. Price $250-$345 price. (What could be the possible justification for this?? Oh ya... Scam) Liquidator argument is laughable.. Multiple people selling these by the truckloads everyday, whom seem to have an inexhaustible supply, wouldn't it seem normal that if these were liquidated that would mean there was a set amount of these, and wouldn't that mean that under normal circumstances the price would slowly rise as they became scarce? But they don't, I also have a hard time with the"liquidator" theory. Look at the big sellers of these , a lot of these guys are getting feedback of 10-20 a day for nearly a year. Who has gone out of business that thousands if not tens of thousands of "liquid-able" applecares were in inventory. If it appears to good to be true, it probably is... So cliche , and yet nearly all the time, so true.