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Old 11-18-2012, 10:47 AM   #21
Ninjalawyer
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Originally Posted by jackastor View Post
Because they buy the cards for far less the face value this makes it unethical and preys on desperation of people in a bind.
Totally agree with this.

My friend told me he was going garage saling with his wife yesterday and I couldn't believe my ears. Didn't he know that buying cheap stuff might be taking advantage of the people running the garage sale if they're in a bad situation?! This is exactly why I buy everything direct from the manufacturer; you never know when you might accidentally be taking advantage of someone without even knowing it (or without them even knowing it).


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Originally Posted by scrapking View Post
Just wanted to mention I'm heading into town to buy a Kobo Arc (a 64GB model if they have one), and I'm doing so entirely with gift cards. I'll have effectively saved about $30 on it, which is kind of nice on hardware that was only released yesterday.
I have to admit, I threw up a little when I read this. How can someone so openly flout their moral depravity?! Disgusting.

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