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Always Read The Description Carefully....

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You couldn't make this up:

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-20103234.html

Nice photos...great refurb...asking price 200K too much in my reality:

Read the description, it states:

"***PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE PHOTOS DO NOT RELATE TO THIS PROPERTY; THEY ARE EXAMPLES OF A PREVIOUS REFURBISHMENT THAT THE SELLER HAS DONE IN A SIMILAR FLAT.***"

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Hee hee. Priceless. Good find.

Which idiot would think of advertising an expensive flat with photos of a different one, and actually think it's a good idea.

Why the hell did the EA allow it? Desperation I guess.

I've got a Ford Fiesta for sale, £30,000. Pictures of a nice Ferrari instead of the Fiesta. (Muppets.)

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Hee hee. Priceless. Good find.

Which idiot would think of advertising an expensive flat with photos of a different one, and actually think it's a good idea.

Why the hell did the EA allow it? Desperation I guess.

I've got a Ford Fiesta for sale, £30,000. Pictures of a nice Ferrari instead of the Fiesta. (Muppets.)

Trade description act violation?.....by showing internal pictures of another flat only proves a point that the inside of the one they are trying to sell must be of inferior quality, they are trying to hide something.....makes it look far worse not better. ;)

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Hee hee. Priceless. Good find.

Which idiot would think of advertising an expensive flat with photos of a different one, and actually think it's a good idea.

Why the hell did the EA allow it? Desperation I guess.

I've got a Ford Fiesta for sale, £30,000. Pictures of a nice Ferrari instead of the Fiesta. (Muppets.)

The bankrupt idiot who can't finance the works because he's run out of debt financing capacity.

This one will probably be sold at auction at a fraction of the price.

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