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    Received e-mail from e-bay ref the Celestron, sellers account
    compromised, you were correct Gaz.
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    Craig Oldfield

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    Default Too good to be true


    As the saying goes "If it looks to good to be true, it usually is!"

    If in doubt ask where they are and say something along the lines of
    "I'm going up that way on business early next week, we could save on
    the postage costs". You'll know straight away if they are genuine.

    Gaz


 

 

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