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When a deal seems to be too good to be true, it is most likely to be a scam. Recently, I came across this ad:

http://www.netinstruments.com/a.php?a=30282

1,500 bucks for a 5-digit MK6? What a deal! I have seen pics of it; it is a great-looking 6!

But instead of paying the guy as he requested, I asked a SOTW member, Iso, who lives in Budapest, Hungary, to check the seller out. Iso found that the guy sent me a fake passport and admitted that this is a scam after Iso pushed him.

So, once again, there is a lot of benefits that we get from SOTW! Thanks, Harri, for founding it, and Iso for your great help!
 

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I forgot to clarify: This conman has a fake Romanian passport but lives in Budapest, Hungary.
 
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