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    Connor McDavid YG Exclusives 9.5 Stolen or Scam?

    So this seems legit and owned by Hockey Cards Universe. Not sure if he sold it or not.
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    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/301879239539?...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

    Same card and same serial number but with different seller's account with really bad feedback score. Spelling was wrong too! I was watching it but wasn't gonna bid because of that feedback score and I figure that person is trying to scam? No perfect description on the item as well.

    http://www.ebay.ca/itm/322032089628?...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

    What are your thoughts??

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    Looks like somebody lost a serious amount of money trying to flip on eBay

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    I know if I had a $2500 card I'd throw it up for auction on a one day listing that ended in the middle of the afternoon and cross my fingers.

    Pretty safe bet the link below to another newly listed McDavid "yougn gun" card is the same seller scammer. Zero feedback, same location, different card, same misspelled title.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Connor-mcdavid-yougn-gun-exclusives-/111929880125?hash=item1a0f8a6e3d:i:111929880125

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    I'd say the second auction is almost certainly a fake, which is why the card sold for less than half of what would be expected. I'm guessing bidders were scared away by the spelling, the poor feedback related to paying outside of Ebay, and possibly by the fact that the card seems to have been shilled on top of all that.

    More than anything, it seems like he's looking to take advantage of naive buyers. Hopefully that doesn't happen.

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