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jdmagic357
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Has anybody noticed how on eBay and other auction sites many sellers are passing off imitations as the real deal? Most of the time you can tell just by what the items are selling for that they in no way could be the original. However they seem to sell like hotcakes and I was just wondering if YOU found YOURSELF able to buy a $400 trick for $40, would YOU do it? Obviously this question is more for the enthusiast and not the pro as the pro can write off their expenses.
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No, I would not...
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Nope. And it's not just China. India, Germany and other countries, including the USA are guilty as well.

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