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Want an 60GB Sony PlayStation 3, a pile of games, a Blu-ray Disc and an extra game controller for a mere 99 cents? or would you rather take pity on the poor eBay who - apparently - set his 'Buy Now' price to $0.99 rather than his starting price.

It's an easy mistake to make, we suppose. But then the seller should beware just as much as the emptor should caveat.

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We were ready to cough up a buck from our own PayPal account until we spotted the seller's only willing to ship to the US - and P&P is free if the buyer happens to live in the Boston area. How long before this bargain is snapped up by an early-rising North American?

You'll be able to find out who it was here.

Thanks to Reg Hardware reader David for the tip.

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