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Posted · Original PosterOP

srry idk where this needs to go. if its not in the right place please move it to where it needs to be Mods.

 

so as i said on my post on my facebook wall.

"Something really needs to be done about those damn scam ads on Facebook there getting out of control... That's a fucking Apple iPad u can NOT run the Google play store on iOS...."

 

normally ublock would block this shit on chrome but its been geting pass ublock for a good few weeks now... this is also why i dont buy shit off this shity scam apps from china... someone needs to take facebook to court over this (i cant cuz whats money?)

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

im 27 so i grow up with it, yes i know but its never been this bad. i though the retards at facebook had in there TOS when it comes to ads that this shit would get u banned and black listed from having ads on facebook 

 

then we have this shit. 

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6 hours ago, campy said:

Thats aliexpress

its not an ipad

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Original-Xiaomi-Mi-Pad-4-OTG-MiPad-4-Tablets-8-PC-Snapdragon-660-Octa-Core-1920x1200/32888037018.html?spm=2114

 

They just used a stock photo of an ipad with their UI on it

either way its not a scam, its just aliexpress, its where you buy cheap chinese stuff, not necessarily knockoffs

no, there trying to scam u. u have to remember there trying to get ppl that dont know much about tech to click and buy this trash

 

also the tablet looks ALOT like a ipad so it will easly fool someone that doesnt know better. so yes its 100% a scam. stoping being a AlieSheep and use your brain to see it has it is. there from china. scaming in china is a big thing. shows what little u know

 

my god i just look at that page. they tried there hardest to make the marking look like apple to. 

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2 minutes ago, SirTankBall said:

also the tablet looks ALOT like a ipad so it will easly fool someone that doesnt know better. so yes its 100% a scam. stoping being a AlieSheep and use your brain to see it has it is. there from china. scaming in china is a big thing. shows what little u know 

On 11/4/2018 at 10:56 PM, campy said:

Experienced internet denizens can tell whos who and usually the age range theyre in based on how they type, things like spelling, grammar, general attitude and the way they communicate with others.

From several years as a moderator on a social game, you pick up really fast how old someone is based on how it is they type ingame.

tldr, aliexpress is definitely not a scam site nor is that ad a scam, im 100% willing to bet that no only is there an ipad clone on there that runs android, im willing to bet its a near identical build and probably works better anyway

there are also actual ipads on aliexpress

 

plain and simple a poorly constructed advertisement thats the image version of chinglish isnt worthy of a lawsuit >>

12 minutes ago, SirTankBall said:

someone needs to take facebook to court over this

 

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3 minutes ago, SirTankBall said:

also the tablet looks ALOT like a ipad so it will easly fool someone that doesnt know better. so yes its 100% a scam. stoping being a AlieSheep and use your brain to see it has it is. there from china. scaming in china is a big thing. shows what little u know

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First of all, you're making a general assumption about a country with over 1.3 BILLION people living in it. Second of all, AliExpress has fewer scammers than eBay. So no, we are not being "AlieSheep", and AliExpress is not a Chinese scam site. Plus, it states very clearly that that is not an iPad in the ad. 


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7 minutes ago, SirTankBall said:

scaming in china is a big thing

And how are you making that assumption?


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15 minutes ago, SirTankBall said:

my god i just look at that page. they tried there hardest to make the marking look like apple to. 

Welcome to the phone and tablet industry.


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1 hour ago, SirTankBall said:

im 27 so i grow up with it, yes i know but its never been this bad. i though the retards at facebook had in there TOS when it comes to ads that this shit would get u banned and black listed from having ads on facebook 

You thought wrong. They only do political censorship on fb, no real cybersecurity stuff.

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4 hours ago, SirTankBall said:

also the tablet looks ALOT like a ipad so it will easly fool someone that doesnt know better. so yes its 100% a scam. stoping being a AlieSheep and use your brain to see it has it is. there from china. scaming in china is a big thing. shows what little u know

Sorry if English is not your first language but damn, if you're going to try pull the superior intelligence card in an argument please use real English and consider using spell check maybe. Half of what you wrote makes zero sense.


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6 hours ago, r2724r16 said:

And how are you making that assumption?

Its not an assumption. Its common knowledge unless you live under a rock with no internet. Go youtube chinese counterfeitting. They make everything fake: eggs, grapes, food and drink of all kind thats deadly, melamine milk, fake deadly medications of all sorts, even instant cancer causing gutter oil, entire bootleg fake cars, you name it.

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26 minutes ago, Amazonsucks said:

Its not an assumption. Its common knowledge unless you live under a rock with no internet. Go youtube chinese counterfeitting. They make everything fake: eggs, grapes, food and drink of all kind thats deadly, melamine milk, fake deadly medications of all sorts, even instant cancer causing gutter oil, entire bootleg fake cars, you name it.

Someday I hope they can make a counterfeit version of myself that I can then send to work in my stead xD

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7 hours ago, SirTankBall said:

no, there trying to scam u. u have to remember there trying to get ppl that dont know much about tech to click and buy this trash

 

also the tablet looks ALOT like a ipad so it will easly fool someone that doesnt know better. so yes its 100% a scam. stoping being a AlieSheep and use your brain to see it has it is. there from china. scaming in china is a big thing. shows what little u know

 

my god i just look at that page. they tried there hardest to make the marking look like apple to. 

I've bought lots of stuff from Aliexpress. It's pretty tightly regulated - and remember everything is quite literal with the products. In China you either follow the rules or are unemployed. 

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2 hours ago, RorzNZ said:

I've bought lots of stuff from Aliexpress. It's pretty tightly regulated - and remember everything is quite literal with the products. In China you either follow the rules or are unemployed. 

Nah they always need more workers in the prison labour camps.

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Unfortunately, Facebook seems to not give a damn about those scamming ads. If you're a RuneScape/OSRS player like me, you'll probably be constantly bombarded by "FREE OSRS/RS MOBILE BETA" with doggy links to fake RS websites. And all of them are there for a good day or two before it's finally being taken down. 

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There will always be ads like this as long as people buy those. That's honestly all there is to it.


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Dropped over $400 on ali express on a new phone, arrived without issue works flawlessly 

ITT - OP being educated on what a scam actually is.

You are not making yourself look intelligent OP.


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8 hours ago, Amazonsucks said:

Its not an assumption. Its common knowledge unless you live under a rock with no internet. Go youtube chinese counterfeitting. They make everything fake: eggs, grapes, food and drink of all kind thats deadly, melamine milk, fake deadly medications of all sorts, even instant cancer causing gutter oil, entire bootleg fake cars, you name it.

Fake things are sold in Asia as well, and just about everywhere in the world. And not everything in China is a scam, maybe you should order something for yourself so you actually learn something.


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6 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

Fake things are sold in Asia as well, and just about everywhere in the world. And not everything in China is a scam, maybe you should order something for yourself so you actually learn something.

Been specifically avoiding buying made in China when possible and campaigning against it for well over a decade. Wrong tree to bark up.

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