Costing over $650 apiece, these have to be the most expensive apples ever sold anywhere. The problem is, the buyer thought she was purchasing an Apple iPhone.
This is a new spin on the old scam story involving Apple products, where they get home and discover useless items in the box. A 21-year-old woman from Brisbane, Australia wanted to purchase two iPhones so she posted an ad on Gumtree (a Craigslist alternative). Soon she was contacted by another woman who offered to sell her a couple of iPhones for 1500 aussie dollars (about $1335).
The pair met at a McDonald’s parking lot where the buyer was handed two sealed boxes, after paying cash. The woman didn’t open the boxes until she got back home. Sadly for her, she got only two apples, one in each box. Always check the box first people. Better still, don’t buy from shady sellers.
Source Phone ArenaFiled Under: Apple