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  1. LINK I came across the above link when I was looking for WiFi USB Dongle like Huawei E355. The seller (with recently modified ID) claims impossible one that for Rs999/- he can give UNLIMITED FREE internet access on ANY UNLOCKED data card for FREE , (and that procedure has to be repeated every month). He further explains that its NOT a network technique, but a HARDWARE technique accomplished by SOFTWARE... He will send one password protected zip file with reqd sw to get UnLimited FREE Internet when you pay by PaisaPay. He will send the pwd for zip file only after you confirm item receipt and giving +ve feedback This listing has started in August 2013 onlyand 7 victims so far... All the +ve BUYER feedback (most are seller feedback given by other sellers) was given by those victims... One tried to be smart and left NEUTRAL feedback to change it to +ve once it works... ------------------------------- Well, I can't prove this is a scam, even though its almost obvious (so I have to add hopefully to the title)... Only way to check without losing money is by using zip-password cracker (another almost impossible thing--takes years to crack even a 12 digit password) and testing it before accepting item receipt / leaving feedback... ------------------------------- For regular eBayers:- 1] This shows scam is possible in eBay with even PaisaPay protection. 2] 100% positive feedback is NOT enough . _____See all those feedbacks are given by seller or buyer, _____items that got feedback (seller may have sold 200 Rs5 hair-clips and got 200 +ve feedback and then scam for Rs20000/- items), _____No of feedbacks of feedback_giver (A dozen +ve feedback by 0 to 2 feedback users may be a cooked-up feedback list) 3] Before buying from seller look for other items he is selling, especially the days of listing of other items 4] Read full listing carefully and if necessary call his phone number (if provided) 5] NEVER click "Item Received" and give positive feedback before getting what u have paid for 6] If the deals looks TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, then it really is