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I also mentioned that the items were fake. He replied and told me both items were sold. he claimed to have made £4K ...
here is what he said:
Dear xxxx, both sold, i just had £4,000 not a bad days work? luvly jubbly enjoy the rest of your week end- watchproducts
What a scammer. This is my response:
You should know that selling an item knowing that it is possibly a fake (which you do) is deceit. Deceit is an offence that is punishable with imprisonment. I just hope your man intends holding on to the items he has purchased and does not make his aquisition public on something like "on the dash" as you would be in for a nasty shock. i would not be celebrating ripping someone off, that is dishonest. you may have gained 4K, but you may lose your freedom.
: Unbelievable. I've reported them item as fraudulent, this guy is
: ripping people off left, right and centre.