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November 12th, 2012 #1
Help a feller out - get Photoshop cs5 cheaply!
Hello, long time since I've posted here - but now I return in the hour of need! - and there's only 19 hours left!!
I wanted to find a cheap earlier version of Photoshop, since I don't need the fanciest and shiniest version for over 800. So I bid on a number of items on ebay, making sure not to bid on more than one item at once, because I don't want to end up buying two copies of photoshop now do I! When I was sure I was safely outbid on them all, I chose to buy another entry, that I now already have paid for.
The problem is that some idiot retracted their bid on one of the other items, and now I'm the high bidder again, for something I no longer want to buy! So the question is, who would like to buy a very well priced legtimate Photoshop cs5?? Now's your chance!
I promise you this is not a scam to screw the high bidder over, it is definitely me in the lead, I just want someone else to buy this thing. All you have to do is to bid $255 or higher*, and if you win, the software will be yours for that + shipping! This is a great deal**! I would definitely buy it if I hadn't bought another one already...
*The page will say that the current bid is $205,5, but my secret maximum bid is $250, so you will have to outbid that if you want it.
** especially if you live in Europe, since the european retail price of the latest, cs6, is 800-900 depending on where you live!
Here's the link, and some info. Please remember to read all the info on the page, so you know what you are buying:
NEW IN BOX:
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS5 FOR WINDOWS - FULL VERSION
NEVER BEEN OPENED, FACTORY SEALED
HAS SERIAL NUMBER AND CAN BE REGISTERED ONLINE
Hide this ad by registering as a memberNovember 12th, 2012 #2
Hope someone buys it instead. Been in that situation before. Sucks.
November 12th, 2012 #3
Oh, man. That is distressing. Been there, too. I've just nerved myself to upgrade to CS6. I'm at CS3 and I've got 'til December 31 to jump or fall off the upgrade ladder.
Good luck and thread bump!
I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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Just dont pay for it. I've only used ebay a handful of times but each of those times even if I won, if i didnt pay for it within a certain amount of time the item would go up again. If you are worried about your score, why not toss the person a note/email or something, I'm sure they will understand.
November 12th, 2012 #7