Tool Gloat from Local Pawn Shop

Picked up a Dewalt 733, 12 1/2" planer(VERY little use) and a 18 volt XRP Dewalt Drill/circular saw set for $445. The drill set was just bought yesterday from Lowes and had not been used(still had cash register receipt attached). There was a note on the bottom of the receipt that you had to wait for 10 days for cash back. The guy paid $399 for it. One might ask,"why not take it to Lowes and wait for 10 days and then ??....". Well, those nuns taught me better. The planer had new-looking knives and all the tools. Ran a piece of hardwood through it and it came out like the knives were new. The two were labeled in the pawn shop for a total of $500. That's about it. Larry
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OOPS that should have been $299 what the guy paid.
L.
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Was probally bought with a fraudlent or stolen credit card then pawned for quick cash. EBay if full of this kind of stuff.

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Friend of mine owns a stationary store. They often get calls from a thousand miles away from someone buying printer cartridges. They don't even ask the price so they know it is a scam. Seems like certain products make easy targets as the merchandise is easily sold at a deep discount.
Be wary as it can often be traced to you if you buy the stuff from the theives. Ed
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