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EDL
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I have freind who lost over £150 on a "full email access" skull trooper account. It was purchased through Ebay and luckily he paid via PayPal. The seller had 100% positive feedback so it goes to show these scammers are putting time into there operations. I am not going to name and shame as I think it's against TTG rules, I would just like to raise awareness for this kind of thing. PLEASE DO NOT BUY FORTNITE ACCOUNTS. There is a high risk of getting banned/the account being recovered.

(This does not mean everyone is a scammer, just be aware of shifty Ebay advertisements.)
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#2. Posted:
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You can't jusr go buy one bad experience there is genuine people out there that look to sell accounts
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Privileged wroteYou can't jusr go buy one bad experience there is genuine people out there that look to sell accounts


Your exactly right. I'm just trying to raise awareness to the whole Ebay situation. A lot of people are being scammed with the tempation of winning a OG account for £1 in a raffle, but the raffle doesn't exist lol. I personally think meeting someone trusted via TTG or S7 would be the most sensible approach to purchasing one
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redtop2000 wrote
Privileged wroteYou can't jusr go buy one bad experience there is genuine people out there that look to sell accounts


Your exactly right. I'm just trying to raise awareness to the whole Ebay situation. A lot of people are being scammed with the tempation of winning a OG account for £1 in a raffle, but the raffle doesn't exist lol. I personally think meeting someone trusted via TTG or S7 would be the most sensible approach to purchasing one


I wouldn't be too concerned about loosing that amount of money tbh I think people already know that there are scammers out there but I appreciate you trying to raise awareness
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Just get a refund lol...
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It's people's own fault for buying accounts anyway, deserved imo
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