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NEWS: 2 Suspects Accused of Using Craigslist for iPhone Scam

Posted by admin on Jun 20, 2011 9:35:58 AM
Morrow police have arrested two suspects who they say used Craigslist to sell counterfeit iPhones and nonexistent iPads and other Apple products.

Police said the duo, whom they won't identify until other possible victims come forward, would advertise on Craigslist and set up meetings with potential buyers. They would either sell fake iPhone 4s or show the buyer a real iPad or MacBook Pro laptop and then give the buyer a box with an Apple logo, but inside it would contain a floor tile of the same weight as the Apple product.

Read more at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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Topics: Consumer Electronics