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    Default Combo Mill/Lathe $89 ?

    Check out this message I got


    COMBO LATHE/MILL - foldtorpedo

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    Add Mach3 to it, and you will clean up selling them for $300....

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    I bought my combo mill/lathe for abut $89. It's a Milwaukee 18 volt. If you want to mill with it, you first drill the hole, then start wallering it out side to side. If you want to lathe with it, you hold it against the floor with your left foot then set to lathin'.

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    Recently I got a 3d printer ad kinda like that.
    It was an attempt to collect credit card numbers.

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    if the price of scrap came up a bit, there'd be an arbitrage opportunity

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazz View Post
    Recently I got a 3d printer ad kinda like that.
    It was an attempt to collect credit card numbers.
    Either that or they will charge $1890 shipping.

    OR ................ it's a typo and the price is $890 plus shipping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazz View Post
    Recently I got a 3d printer ad kinda like that.
    It was an attempt to collect credit card numbers.
    I decided to buy the cheap printer using paypal and went thru the checkout process...
    At the end they required a credit card after all the papal stuff...
    Which was the proof for me it was a scam.

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    Reminds me of the $4,000 tractor scams. They just want to get your email and phone number so they can sell the info.
    No mention of it being held by ebay since they are being deployed overseas?
    Bill D

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    Just today I got an email from PayPal telling me that I need to renew my owned domain name for $48 from Godaddy and that it must be paid today! Another scam...my domains are all paid for and Godaddy never terminates anything with a one day notice.

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    I understand that all college students know the wording for A scam Craigs list adds for rooms for rent cheap. They are supposed to fill in an application online and submit their information so the scammer can sell it.
    Bill D.


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