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    Tech Mentor LXJ's Avatar
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    Default Too good to be true?

    Otherwise I'd snatch this right up.

    http://www.amazon.ca/Allen-Heath-Xon...llen+and+heath

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    I don't believe that price for a second. And if it really is worth that much, it's not worth it to pick up.

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    Typo.

    In no way is that a legally binding sale. In the UK the legal term is "Invitation To Buy" - there are similar terms in other regions.
    There is no legal requirement for the seller to complete the sale upon realisation of the mistake.

    We had a similar situation on this forum a few years back. Someone accidentally listed a product cheaply. Lots of people bought it, no-one received it.

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    Well Amazon protects you likely a glitch I'll order one see what happens

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    even a used one is missing a 0 in there somewhere lol

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    Worse case scenario I end up with a refund after a dispute

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    Because it's through Amazon that makes me wonder if they'd be required to sell or face some repercussions

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    Def a typo. The seller has a reasonable rating tho, 4.5/5 over the last 12 months. Our version in NZ, trademe, any seller under 99% is considered dodgy.
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    I'll let ya know what happens I've received confirmation

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    There's a Reloop RP7000 turntable on Amazon (US) for $100 with $140 shipping from Japan.

    Also probably a typo, since I compared the other items for sale.

    I'd try it, but then aren't there custom charges too? Sounds like a lot of hassle.

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