I'm looking for a new phone on eBay, and I see a lot of complaints about sellers selling phones as new, when in reality they are refurbs or carrier returns (buyer's remorse or dissatisfaction returns to carrier). How do you know if what they are selling is really new (i.e. "old new stock" or overstock)? I've sent them messages asking for detail on this but they usually reply without really answering, or don't reply at all. Some times they sort of dance around the question like they don't want to really answer.
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