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By meleii, Senior Member on 23rd April 2012, 04:00 PM
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I was browsing around and found Galaxy beam for $270. Unlocked.

http://www.vendio.com/stores/alenjos...oduct%20Search

I have no experience with the seller but looks legit.

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23rd April 2012, 04:22 PM |#2  
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I was browsing around and found Galaxy beam for $270. Unlocked.

http://www.vendio.com/stores/alenjos...oduct%20Search

I have no experience with the seller but looks legit.

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Not legit! I knew by the prices but wanted to reach out to the number listed on the site to see if the guy answered. I got an answer on the other end but from a guy who makes chairs. Stay away! Rule of thumb is if the prices look to good to be true they are.
23rd April 2012, 05:57 PM |#3  
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Not legit! I knew by the prices but wanted to reach out to the number listed on the site to see if the guy answered. I got an answer on the other end but from a guy who makes chairs. Stay away! Rule of thumb is if the prices look to good to be true they are.


Didn't think so but i wanted to put it out there to get other opinions

Should definitely have know better seeing them claiming to be selling the gsIII. And for less than 300 at that.


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Their prices are so awsome I ordered one of everything. eBay, here I come!!!
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23rd April 2012, 10:58 PM |#5  
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Not legit! I knew by the prices but wanted to reach out to the number listed on the site to see if the guy answered. I got an answer on the other end but from a guy who makes chairs. Stay away! Rule of thumb is if the prices look to good to be true they are.

Makes chairs, Hahahaha.....

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Yeah the guy was also a wack job. When I asked if he sold smartphones he said in a cooky old man withers voice "I MAKE CHAIRS". When I told him why I asked he proceeded to tell me that this world is founded on crap going all the way back to World War 1. LOL crazy old guy. It actually made me day. I pictured him in. Some bunker making stools.

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how many chairs did you order?
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i have never laughed so much at a thread!!
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how many chairs did you order?

I lol'd.

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