PANArt Hang Aeolian scam

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PANArt Hang Aeolian scam

Postby broussel2 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 8:21 pm

Photos seen many times before... Thirty bids on eBay already. :(
http://www.ebay.fr/itm/First-Generation ... 1355064496

Also here :
http://www.pynprice.co.uk/price/first-g ... hang-drum/
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Re: PANArt Hang Aeolian scam

Postby Afinfas » Fri Jan 17, 2014 8:45 pm

Yes...i´ve seen it a couple of days ago...!!! :x

This is sad...at least they could be a bit more creative and post other photos...there are so many of Hangs on the Internet!!! Besides Scam guys they are kind of dumb as well! No wonder....
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Re: PANArt Hang Aeolian scam

Postby broussel2 » Sat Jan 18, 2014 12:44 am

Times change... People that have been around here for a while have generally lost interest in eBay because of all the waiting lists and new makers. I don't think the overpriced secondary market is doing too well. There might be less scam attempts. Still, if we can point the remaining ones... That could still help someone.
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Re: PANArt Hang Aeolian scam

Postby Afinfas » Sat Jan 18, 2014 1:23 am

Its true...it helps being around here and see these kind of threads.
To be honest, before joining the forum I was looking eBay almost on a daily basis to see if I could get one Hang. Now I realized that I rarely go there and when I do is just to report scams or see until which price they go.

I dont trust on eBay Handpan auctions besides the ones from Phanteon that are almost impossible to get at a reasonable price...

I really think being active on the topic (handpans) is the way to go in order to get one with quality. You meet persons with the same interests that know a friend of a friend, bla,bla.... ;)
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