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post #1 of 12
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Hey,

Maybe you all know that trick or heard about it, or maybe this will be new to you. I just thought it would be a nice share.

I've been buying items from eBay that have typos in them for some time now. That's how I got my PS3 80Gb for $212. It was listed as a Plakstaion 3.
One of my friend recently bought some Chanel sunglasses for $20 (and yes, they're real).

Auctions with typos don't get as much attention and sometimes don't get any bids. This is your chance. I'm still hunting for a Luis Vutton bag for my wife...
post #2 of 12
Fatfingers.com?
post #3 of 12
Thread Starter 
yep, that's one.
But there is a lot more. They don't all work good though. But my example of Plakstaion 3 didn't come from one of these sites. I basically searched for crazy typos on my own since PS3 is a high-demand product.
post #4 of 12
I'd be careful with louis vuitton.. some sellers misspell it on purpose so that their fake bags dont get reported.
post #5 of 12
i thought lv got taken off ebay
post #6 of 12
It did in France. Here, I have a Louis Vuitton item listed so it must still be allowed.
post #7 of 12
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I'd be careful with louis vuitton.. some sellers misspell it on purpose so that their fake bags dont get reported.
You're right about the fakes. But you guys are all experts at spotting them
post #8 of 12
sometimes its impossible to tell when the pics are of low quality..
post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by RyanJD View Post
sometimes its impossible to tell when the pics are of low quality..
Yeah, I know. I just don't consider these auctions in that case. Or maybe I'll ask the seller to provide better pics. They usually never reply so I consider them to be fake in that case.
post #10 of 12
if you want to find typos for ebay try using a keyword typo generator then take the generated typos and search it on ebay. i had tried this couple times and i found a great deal on a wii console where there were no bids. seller misspelled wii system, he spelled it wii sistem
post #11 of 12
Interesting. I will check this out. I actually just read this on another fashion forum.
post #12 of 12
nice trick... i just found a great deal on ebay for g1 phone using this method; thanks.
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