Posted by D_Martin on May 10, 2012 at 11:48 PM CST
Like a bad penny, the poorly done reproduction carded Yak Face is back, and has currently duped thirty one bidders (or at least thirty one bids) bringing this up to over $500. The seller 'appears to be different', but zero feedback is leading us to believe there is something extra-fishy going on here. We're going to watch this one to see if eBay watchdogs over bid this auction like the last one, which if memory served ended at something over $90,000! Now, we're not encouraging the same action, but we wanted to link this auction so everyone has a front row seat for this scam in progress. To get caught up in the fun, click the related articles link below.
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