I tend to be cautious about these types of rumors.
Anyone can make up a story and make it appear legit.
I suggest waiting this out before we jump on the bandwagon.
But it does sound plausible they could offload their stuff on Liquidation.com.
But remember if this every were to be true and make it on the regular news it could really destroy eBay.
I tend to sway to this being a rumor at this time. A move like this would be one of criminal think and high stakes mafia like activity.
Couldn't agree more.
The story sounds good, but so do a lot of conspiracy theories. I will be taking a wait and see approach at this stage, just to make sure all the facts are out before I get too carried away.
I mean, someone wrote that the FBI would not get involved if the fraud was not over 20.000. Of course an operation of this magnitude would net in excess of that figure all up without any problems at all, so if the story were to be true, the authorities will be all over it.
Apart from the FBI part, which I confess to not having a clue if they only act on a certain limit or not, there would be plenty of smaller agencies, both federal, and local that would, or should be involved in an investigation.
I mean even the copyright holders would be jumping up and down about what is happening to these pirated fakes if it were true. The last thing they want to see are these things recirculating!
I've actually noticed on a couple of different forums that people are even starting to argue over who it was that broke this story in the first place.
The Internet is full of wonderful and interesting facts, but unfortunately you have to wade through knee deep crap before you can find them most times.
Nope, for my money it's not making enough sense at the moment. Definitely need to learn more to convince me.