I wrote a seller, (bwsa**,) about my concerns regarding to sale of a brand new, in-box, I-** "smartphone" for the "buy now" price of $***.**. I wrote the seller, explaining I had "concerns" for two reasons: *. They have a member of eBay only since August **rd of ****, with "zero" feedback, and *. Their "buy now" price is approximately **% below the average retail of this highly popular cellphone. I asked the the seller to respond to my concerns, and possibly allay my fears of getting "ripped off." But their only response was, "That means absolutely zero too (sic) me. But what your (sic) bidding on is exactly as described. Due to their misspelling errors, their "zero feedback" numbers, the highly discounted price of a supposedly "brand new, in-box," item, and their very "brief" response to my questions to seller, aggregately add up to the seller's potential culpability as a FRAUD! I would like to know if this is, in fact, a "bona-fide" offer, and if so, how can I protect myself from being "taken" if this is a SPOOF? Please contact me either by phone or e-mail regarding this matter. Thank you...**Master Chief P.J. Anderson, U.S. Navy, Retired, Bay City, MI, *****, Ph. * ***-***-****
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