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Title: Infinity New Deal
Post by: Dan_GiddyUP on June 01, 2021, 09:06:58 AM
10x27x122 liter Carbon New Deal
17lbs. 4oz.
Like new. Railsaver pro/hexatraction

https://infinity-sup.com/collections/sup-surf/products/the-new-deal-1?variant=31209499328623

$1,500
I'm in Colorado. Happy to ship.

thx

Title: Re: Infinity New Deal/guy does not own that board
Post by: surlygringo on June 01, 2021, 10:20:38 AM
Just so you guys know. Dan_GiddyUp does not own that Infinity New Deal. I do. That photo and the copy were taken from a craigslist ad I posted in Denver a couple of days ago. I know from a kayaking friend in the Bay Area that there have been scams where people list kayaks, get a buyer and then steal them. I am not saying that Dan is going to steal my board, but at a minimum he does seem to be planning to sell it to one of you  before buying it from me. That may not be illegal, but it is really not cool. Again, he does not own this board and I would be careful about anything he posts for sale in the future.
Title: Re: Infinity New Deal
Post by: Dan_GiddyUP on June 01, 2021, 10:48:46 AM
No scam... You have it listed for a really good price in CO and I wanted to see if I could sell it higher elsewhere if I was willing to deal with the headache of packing/shipping before I committed to buying it from you. I realized after looking more closely at the dims of your board that it's not wildly different than the 9 x 28 I have already so I wasn't interested in keeping it and buying another board bag that would fit it.

I fully appreciate you're not in love with the idea. That said, no scam. Just seeing if I could turn it into a little profit while also giving somebody else a good price.

thx

Title: Re: Infinity New Deal
Post by: surlygringo on June 01, 2021, 11:18:39 AM
Look, I get not being sure what a board is worth. Many people on this forum write in asking other members if they should buy a board on CL for a certain price. That is fine. Assuming  risk by buying ia board and then turning around and selling it is even okay. You are getting paid for having assumed the risk. But, advertising and arranging to sell someone a board you dont own is fraud. You need to take that ad down until you actually own that board.
Title: Re: Infinity New Deal
Post by: SUS4Life on June 01, 2021, 02:58:57 PM
I agree, its a used board with unknown condition that you can't verify.  Since you don't own the board, how do you know there isn't any damage on it and how can you claim its like new.
Title: Re: Infinity New Deal
Post by: jondrums on June 01, 2021, 03:56:00 PM
funny to think you wouldn't get caught.  It's not like there are all that many of us SUP weirdos out there ...  ie.  small world.
Title: Re: Infinity New Deal
Post by: NEplay on June 01, 2021, 07:30:15 PM
You are arbitraging that board, for at best, a couple of 100 bucks. Get a fucking job, loser.
Title: Re: Infinity New Deal
Post by: Califoilia on June 01, 2021, 08:48:17 PM
Wow, great case of "screw your buddies". Guess you've not been around these parts too long...or completely missing the point if you have.

Because guys here share the stoke, and simply list a good deal they find elsewhere that they can't use, don't want to travel for, or for whatever reason(s).

But they sure as hell don't try to make money off their fellow sup enthusiasts, who might have fallen for the scam if "surly" wasn't a member here, or hadn't said anything because wanted to sell the board to whomever, or whatever.

Karma bro, karma...smh. ::) :(
Title: Re: Infinity New Deal
Post by: eastbound on June 02, 2021, 05:26:13 AM
seemed laughably overpriced to me -- it's clear why, now

best you crawl back in your hole

your sleazy cheesebag no-value-add middleman scam is no good here

smh
Title: Re: Infinity New Deal/guy does not own that board
Post by: Bean on June 02, 2021, 07:01:57 AM
...there have been scams where people list kayaks, get a buyer and then steal them...

Diabolical... 
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