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Desc:British undercover investigation into the 'white van speakers' scam.
Category:News & Politics, Crime
Tags:scam, England, Rogue Traders, white van speakers, audiophiles
Submitted:revdrew
Date:09/17/09
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Comment count is 15
spikestoyiu - 2009-09-17

Their next episode covers why you can't actually buy the Brooklyn Bridge.


snothouse - 2009-09-17

Some doofus tried to pull this on me in a Burger King drive-through.


simon666 - 2009-09-17

Sounds like this doofus knows his target audience having tried this at Burger King.


teethsalad - 2009-09-17

a guy tried this on me once and i asked him if i looked like i just fell off a boat

then he drove away


boner - 2009-09-17

They need to do double blind testing - there's a good chance the experts would think these crappy speakers sound just fine if they didn't know what they were.


Enjoy - 2009-09-17

This is true too.


Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-09-17

Sibilant treble and booming bass are pretty specific terms...and you know what, just forget it.


Enjoy - 2009-09-17

This is one of my favorite scams ever. I've been approached twice and love to mess with them.


memedumpster - 2009-09-17

Wow, this really happens?


Caminante Nocturno - 2009-09-17

2:23.


Aelric - 2009-09-17

Zoom in on googly eyes is fucking fantastic!


dementomstie - 2009-09-17

I'm more surprised that this hasn't been shut down as being illegal than the fact that people fall for it.


Goofy Gorilla - 2009-09-17

I'm thinking the opposite. I mean, laying down 500 quid for a very amateurishly packaged speakers off the back of white van? We're not talking 5 for some bad smack. I think the pricier the scam the less likely it is to be illegal, especially for audio equipment.


Severian - 2009-09-17

Would you care for some Pear Anjou speaker cables to go with that? Great deal today only at 00 per pair.


GravidWithHate - 2009-09-18

Turns out you should never buy speakers from Tyranids.


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