Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland
ffutures

Weird bidding

One of the things I'm currently selling on ebay is a generic small bluetooth keyboard with a bluetooth mouse. The keyboard is more or less new, used for about ten minutes, you can buy them new for about eight or nine quid; the mouse is a second-hand Targus model but not particularly expensive, you can get them for about a fiver new.

So far there have been 29 bids and the price is now on £30. There seem to be three different bidders, the current high bidder started when the price was £7.50

While I have no objection to people bidding stupidly, I'm just a bit worried that there's some sort of scam here which I've been unable to figure out. Any ideas?
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