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Super Cheap Used Gaming Laptops Site Real or Fake

GovernorGir
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Hey

Been looking for a gaming laptop for my nephew for a little while now and I thought near black friday would be a great time to start looking,

Then I saw an ad for super cheap used gaming laptops in which the price just seems to good to be true,

just wondering if anyone could tell me if it is real or fake

 

http://likeplaza.com/

 

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I honestly don't know but I wouldn't touch this site with a 10 ft pole

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yeah its most likely a scam.

 

 

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If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.

I can tell you this is fake, without researching the website.

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kind of thought it seemed way to good to be true, but you don't know if you don't ask lol  

Thanks everyone.

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If you want to save money by buying a used product, I recommend going for factory refurbished laptops, like this: https://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834332514

 

This way you get some sort of warranty.

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