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The Register has received several emails from readers quoting friends of friends who "bought" Sony TVs from Argos at £3. One buyer is thought to have placed an order for 1,700 TVs, another for several hundred. So how many orders were placed in toto? Will Argos have to make a provision for this in this year's accounts? Answers on an email, please. We reckon there are the makings of an options market here. Is anyone willing to buy TV orders at -- £5 each -- say. On the off-chance that Argos is actually forced to deliver TVs to customers. ® Related stories Argos £3 TV fiasco provokes test-case lawsuit Argos ups price of Sony TV to £3,299.99 Argos welshes on three quid TV Net 'offer'

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