OMG! Someone is going to be really upset. Thing is he has actually done nothing wrong, he's described it as a "box job lot" and in the very little write up in the description explained that they're empty.
Not for the faint hearted eh?
I really wish all bidders suddenly realise their mistake a couple of minutes before the auction ends and all withdraw their bids, but late enough for the seller to have mentally spent the money already!
It doesn't matter if he's technically haven't done anything wrong - it's still a dodgy move because it's intentional!
Agree with Tony though that it's learning money, but still...
Joking aside, and this is a real example that challenges the notion that "people aren't stupid", this is not on. There must be so many folks that have spotted that this is a rip-off, but there is nowhere to point this out. So cynical and typical of the whole ebay culture of not giving a toss. You should see some of the scams for campervans, utterly shocking!
P'raps this reading isn't all it's cracked up to be after all! Here's the blurb from the back of my Game of Thrones Season 7 Box Set:
"The most watched series in HBO history and a worldwide phenomenon, Game of Thrones remains a huge runaway hit. Dani Lisi led her militiamen and the army of the elders finally returned to the beginning of all the place - Long Shidao, where she merged with her allies, in the proposal of Tilly, she Pigeon Biography to the far north of Joan, trying to get his surrender. The side of the car, Joseph Xi's arbitrary and cruelty of the country into the embattled situation, only James still stubbornly waiting for her behind her."
D'you think I should put a spoiler alert at the start of this post?
I was looking for a 1/35 Centurion today. I saw one at £25 but thought I could do better - so when I saw a British tank with a £20 price tag, I bought it and the dealer kindly knocked £2 off the price.
So now I have two, count them, two Tamiya 1/35 Chieftains!