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snowtyger

its tough to read all the posts; I end up just skimming, but the posts in question - re fraud - were ebay sellers who passed info to someone else, who used stolen credit cards to buy from Lego (or target or walmart). The ebay transaction appears to be legit (in that the item within ebay is paid for, and an item is delivered) but the fraud comes in with the lego purchase being a stolen credit card, and the ebay buyer getting an item that most likely need to be returned. The money is sent off to some third party, who 'pays' the ebay lister for handling the transaction (and it makes it easy for them to disappear with no real transactions showing up with their paypal id or whatever). Hope this helps; otherwise, feel free to just ignore me.

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