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eBayer pays £470 for photo of Xbox 360

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Here's one hot off the press: an unwary eBayer appears to have just paid £470 for what he or she obviously thought was an "XBOX 360 PREMIUM PACKAGE":

Done - yours for 470 quid

All well and good, as is most of the extensive blurb accompanying this tempting offer. It's worth reading right to the end, though:

Done? You have been

Yup, we sincerely hope it's a really nice picture of an Xbox because 470 quid is an awful lot of wonga. The moral? Caveat emptor. ®

And there's more

How much would you pay for two Xbox hotmail addresses? 481 quid? No, us neither.

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The usual thanks to Jac Timms and Rick Miles for the tip-offs.

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