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And this is why you never a buy a cheap iPad online

Ever see a deal online for a cheap iPad? Chances are the deal is too good to be true. See how this Memphis man was conned into thinking he bought a deal.

Fake iPad

If you ever find a deal online that’s too good to be to true, chances are it is, which is unfortunately what one man from Memphis¬†found out when his package arrived in the mail.

Giddy as a school boy, the buyer quickly found out that the iPad he thought he purchased turned out to be a fake.

[pullquote position=”right”]”It’s an actual piece of paper, man!”[/pullquote]

Now in most cases, counterfeiters usually ship out a sub par electronic with some bogus software to pass itself off as an iPad. However, this is a completely different story. In this case, the seller sold the man nothing but duct tape and a printed out version of an iPad display.

I swear, you can’t make this stuff up.

Moral of the story: if you see an iPad being sold online for $100-$200, don’t buy it, unless you want to get ripped off.

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