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Discussion in 'Great Deals' started by SheepDog223, Nov 28, 2010.
So, are the M1A only a dollar?
I just ordered 35 of them.
I didn't order any of them because I don't want to give out my card just for an error and hassel with the confusion later... But.... If you get some for a dollar, you should let me buy two from you for $10.00 each.
...And free shipping too! Wow!
and it is a non binding quote. way to much hassel when they call back to verify the order.
They mis-spelled "special", this may or may not be a legit site...
Its all fun and games until they charge your card for a few grand for each gun you ordered
Ya, it says they will call you within 24 hours to verify the price. They probably just have the $1.00 on there so it will submit the order with their billing system to generate a ticket. They will then call you and give you the actual price based on what they have, condition, etc.
As a webmaster I do know there are some systems that operate like this, not a lot of them are in use like that, but apparently this one is. Be prepared to have your jaw hit the floor when they quote you out a price for 15 M1As lol
The guns may not be $1, but the Bullbubblegum is absolutely free.... :thumbup:
Correct me if I am wrong, but don't most scam sites test a credit/debit card number to see if it is valid by billing a small amount (say, oh, how about a dollar for instance)? Once they confirm that it works, they hit it for all it's worth.
Had it happen in a restaurant in Vegas once. The bank flagged it as suspicious and didn't pay the second charge, but made my life difficult for a while afterward.
Woah - Wait a minute. Look above at the post for $200 Glocks.
Again, I investigated this post and as you read lower down you will be enlightened.
Barbara Boxer and her best friend Diane Feinstein have opened a new gun store in downtown San Francisco with financial backing from Jerry Brown.
Now who would think that is a scam????
this pinheads price for M1-A is $1538.09
Yep. Happened with my wife's debit card. She went to purchase groceries at Freddie's and it came back that Bank of America had put a hold on her card. Someone had to purchase a very small item at a pet store and B of A stopped it. They told us the same thing. They will test the number with a small purchase first to see if it goes thru and if it does they then empty your account. It was a hassle having to get a new card, but would have been a much bigger hassle had they drained our account.
Whenever I send my card out on the net, I go to the Bank of America site and get a "shop safe" card number. It issues me a new card number and security code that is connected to my account. I set the limit and expiration date, normally a dollar over what I expect to pay and a month or two beyond the order date. This is a great system for avoiding abuse from internet nitwits.