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  1. Interesting reading! I guess I’ll have to modify my definition for being scammed to include things that don’t meet my expectations. It was probably simplistic on my part to think that scams just had me drop my coin and give me nothing in return, which is more like fraud. It sounds like the author did not lose his money, was offered an alternative (not taken) and give a buyer some illustrations to give buyers a little piece of mind. I think he left a little piece of the puzzle out…the consumers manipulation. I know some less than reputable individuals who buy products, manipulate them (a.k.a. use for Husker games) and then return them to the store (biffed up) for refunds and eventually they end up in circulation again. Caveat emptor!

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