Another day, another iPad scam. Cops in the Central Valley of California are warning residents of scam artists who are selling what seem like iPads, tablets, flat screen TV’s and other electronics in person, often on the street. The salesmen offer low prices, and coax the customer into thinking the item is legit. The scams are occurring in a town called Ceres, a city south of Modesto in Stanislaus County. What bummed out purchasers are discovering is that the items are not at all electronic, but knockoffs made to look like the item being sold. iPads are actually floor tiles, and TV’s are actually painted pieces of wood. The boxes containing the fake merchandise include product logos and accessories all to make the item look legit. Yowza. As you can tell from the images, the fraudulent items do resemble the real thing, if the item is not taken out of the box. There you go folks. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. But if you do decide to take a gamble and buy a cheap electronic device, at least take it out of the box first and inspect it. via: sfgate The post Man Buys iPad, Gets a Ceramic Floor Tile Instead appeared first on IntoMobile. Man Buys iPad, Gets a Ceramic Floor Tile Instead originally appeared on IntoMobile.com on 2014-01-24T22:08:38Z. FV1gMYsz9b5j

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