IPhone picture, already up on eBay, at the time I posted this. It comes from an offer to become a iPhone distributor.


Scambusters.org did a thoughtful article on the iPhone, and how, scammers will probably take advantage of the situation. 


After reading Audrey and Jim’s well though-out predictions, I’m going to opt to share their sage advice.


In Audrey and Jim’s own words:

Apple’s iPhone is one of the most anticipated — and hyped — products ever. And with any huge product launch, the scammers come out in droves. So, if you want to make sure you don’t get ripped off, you’ve come to the right place.

For Scambuster.org’s sage predictions, link here.


I’ve written a lot about auction fraud, which is where we will probably see a lot of these scams surface, here.


A good place to look at iPhones is the Apple store. You can go to their site, here.


From what I hear, discount iPhones will not be available for awhile!


A too good to be true deal on a iPhone, probably IS NOT a real deal!

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