The teenager from United Kingdom bought a piece of paper from eBay for around $750 in an online auction.
The auction was for a piece of paper with Xbox One image printed on it. The teenager had saved money to buy the Day One limited edition system for his young son as a Christmas gift.
The auction was listed in “video games and consoles” section which the student from Bilborough thought was for the gaming console itself. But the auction was for the photo of the console instead.
I looked at the seller’s feedback and there was nothing negative. I bought it there and then because I thought it was a good deal,” he said. “It’s obvious now I’ve been conned out of my money.
Soon after he came to know what happened really, he informed the e-commerce website eBay. While in the meantime the eBay has promised the teenager for a full refund, thanks to PayPal, as it offers full refund against such fraudulent schemes.
The company authorities were reported saying
We don’t allow listings which mislead, and will take action against this seller.
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