(Topic ID: 249957)

Batman 66 for $89? I dont know what I'm really going to get


By rikity

11 months ago



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“What will I get for my $89?”

  • The real Batman 66 by Stern 15 votes
    8%
  • A Chinese Knockoff Version 2 votes
    1%
  • A miniature replica 38 votes
    19%
  • Parts to a machine 10 votes
    5%
  • Nothing will ever arrive 131 votes
    67%

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#1 11 months ago

Someone sent me this, the site looks bogus and has spelling errors.. but it advertises a Batman 66 pinball by Stern for $89. Too good to be true i'm sure, but I used a credit card for the 0 liability factor. I've been getting messages from the shipping service that its about ready to be thrown on a boat. They describe the size and weight of a real pin, and a 14 day refund policy. So If I dont get a real pin, i could easily charge the money back from my card. But the $89 wouldnt even cover the shipping!

What am I really going to have show up on my doorstep though?

The Link: Batman 66 Pinball
https://www.drunkspennant.top/collections/pinball/products/pinball-machine

#2 11 months ago

If it's not a complete scam where you get nothing, maybe some sort of minature, perhaps.

#3 11 months ago

Haha. Let us know how it goes.

#4 11 months ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

If it's not a complete scam where you get nothing, maybe some sort of minature, perhaps.

If it actually turns on and does something, I wouldnt mind that

#5 11 months ago

A lot of the other deals they offer are very compelling as well. Oh wait, it's just a web page with this one item.

#6 11 months ago
Quoted from rikity:

What am I really going to have show up on my doorstep though?

A cabinet full of drugs/guns and the DEA/ATF waiting in the bushes for you to accept the shipment?

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#7 11 months ago

What you think happens - you take a zero risk purchase on a sketchy site that 99.9999999% chance won’t deliver.

What will happen - you just sent your shipping address to a scammer and told them “I collect valuable items”.

#8 11 months ago

Best case, you get a BM66 for 89$.

Worst case, you get identity fraud.

They do have your name/address, credit card/bank info.

A lot of credit cards are being used by..
you guessed it(not the card holder) best to keep an eye on your transactions.

#9 11 months ago
Quoted from Bowlingpin:

Best case, you get a BM66 for 89$.
Worst case, you get identity fraud.
They do have your name/address, credit card/bank info.
A lot of credit cards are being used by..
you guessed it(not the card holder) best to keep an eye on your transactions.

They already have all that info. Equifax and Chase lost all of that info in data breaches, all three of my reports are locked/frozen

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#10 11 months ago

On a website called drunks pennant, how can you lose?

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#11 11 months ago

No wonder mine isn't selling for $6300. They are practically giving them away in China.

Going to be funny when you get a Thunderbirds and still take a hit on resale.

#12 11 months ago
Quoted from rikity:

So If I dont get a real pin...

Priceless.

#13 11 months ago

Enjoy your fake sunglasses!

Happened to a buddy who ordered ridiculously cheap highly sought-after "vintage headphones"...

#14 11 months ago
Quoted from jgentry:

No wonder mine isn't selling for $6300. They are practically giving them away in China.
Going to be funny when you get a Thunderbirds and still take a hit on resale.

And here we have the post of the day. Well played.

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#15 11 months ago

What could go wrong? They guarantee a qualitty machine

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#16 11 months ago

You’d think they would put a little more effort in this scam. The only item listed for sale on the website is an $89 BM66

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#17 11 months ago
Quoted from Pinless:

You’d think they would put a little more effort in this scam. The only item listed for sale on the website is an $89 BM66

They are just testing the "pinside waters". Someone must have told them that there are a lot of fools and their money here.

#18 11 months ago

This reminds me.
Didn’t some guy drop 15k for a supreme pinball machine..
And in return, got a cardboard picture of one.

#19 11 months ago

It's probably full of fentanyl that will be removed before delivery

#20 11 months ago

Buy as many of them as you can. What could go wrong?

#21 11 months ago
Quoted from AJNada:

Buy as many of them as you can. What could go wrong?

Exactly. With as many data breaches as there have been, I’d be surprised if someone doesn’t have all of my info by now.

#22 11 months ago

I wouldn't pay a penny over $85.00.

#23 11 months ago

Can I get better pics of the playfield? Lol

#24 11 months ago

I'm rooting for you to get an actual batman 66 full size pinball. Maybe something got lost in translation and what should have been 8900 got put in as 89 bucks. Looking forward to checking back with you standing in front of a bm66 with a big ass grin on your face...good luck.

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#25 11 months ago

For $89 you get the actual game but have to use the original code it launched with

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#26 11 months ago
Quoted from o-din:

They are just testing the "pinside waters". Someone must have told them that there are a lot of fools and their money here.

So, he's going to get an order of those colored nuts we've heard so much about.

#27 11 months ago

Youre not getting shit...

#28 11 months ago

Good luck!

#29 11 months ago

I'm just impressed that he didn't share a pic of the Amex Black he used with all the personal info and numbers n' stuff semi-transparently greyed out.

#30 11 months ago

Free shipping too. You’d be crazy not to!

#31 11 months ago

$118 Canadian, tax included. I want one, but just can’t pull the trigger for some reason

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#32 11 months ago

Seems legit

#33 11 months ago

I think this there’s an error in this quote from the website:

“Our Service and Commitments

They say money can’t buy happiness but at Drunkspennant every penny you spend gives you a lot of happiness!”

I think the last “you” is supposed to be “us”

#34 11 months ago

If the box arrives damaged, be sure and don't sign for it. I mean, for $89, you don't want to risk the cab being damaged from a forklift.

Also, check for clearcoat pooling around the sling posts. Raise hell if it looks bad.

You're welcome.

#35 11 months ago

$120 by Christmas!!

#36 11 months ago

Probably an STD. Wouldn’t trust it.

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#38 11 months ago

I have to follow this just to see what happens!

Chris

#39 11 months ago

The real question here is how long until you need to cancel that credit card and order one with a new number.

#40 11 months ago
Quoted from okgrak:

The real question here is how long until you need to cancel that credit card and order one with a new number.

Using a credit card is the most secure method to buy something online, you are not responsible for any fraudulent charges whereas on a debit you do have a $50 liability.

Update this morning, the mysterious "thing" is on a flight getting ready to depart Chiiina. Hahaha

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#41 11 months ago
Quoted from Luckydogg420:

$118 Canadian, tax included. I want one, but just can’t pull the trigger for some reason[quoted image]

I volunteered to be the Guinea Pig for you guys. I'm really not expecting much here, I was more curious than anything. Amazon once mis-priced some stuff online and sold some fairly expensive items way below what they shouldve been priced. But considering this is for a Stern pinball coming from China, the odds are extremely low I'm going to get anything worth even $50..

Its like a real-life loot box from EA

#42 11 months ago

I love your moxie. MAYBE they messed up a decimal place, and are charging you $8,900 for a BM66? Thats the only way I see you actually getting a real pin.

Regardless, this is hilarious.

#43 11 months ago

After the deal, take a picture from you with a real BM66 pin and mail them.
say that you got the pin and that you're happy with it.

#44 11 months ago
Quoted from pascal-pinball:

After the deal, take a picture from you with a real BM66 pin and mail them.
say that you got the pin and that you're happy with it.

Or post a picture of a BM66 on pinside and watch everyone crash the site with orders.

#45 11 months ago
Quoted from rikity:

Someone sent me this, the site looks bogus and has spelling errors.. but it advertises a Batman 66 pinball by Stern for $89. Too good to be true i'm sure, but I used a credit card for the 0 liability factor. I've been getting messages from the shipping service that its about ready to be thrown on a boat. They describe the size and weight of a real pin, and a 14 day refund policy. So If I dont get a real pin, i could easily charge the money back from my card. But the $89 wouldnt even cover the shipping!
What am I really going to have show up on my doorstep though?
The Link: Batman 66 Pinball
https://www.drunkspennant.top/collections/pinball/products/pinball-machine

Not read the entire thread as I’m working but just wanted to add Incase it’s not been said but it sounds like a phishing scam to me, you have basically allowed them to do an authorised charge of your card, giving them your name, address, credit card and bank details.

And given them a good idea your a buyer or high end goods, these scams are usually nationwide setups so details captured for someone on one end of the country are sent to those involved in those areas and vice versa.

#46 11 months ago

Here is some info on the domain name...

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#47 11 months ago

What could go wrong?

Can’t lie, I’m curious as hell to see what you get. Might be an awesome miniature. Or a super expensive brochure.

#48 11 months ago
Quoted from NintenBear:

What could go wrong?
Can’t lie, I’m curious as hell to see what you get. Might be an awesome miniature. Or a super expensive brochure.

They are going to send him something worthless in the mail, while using his credit card and personal info to rack up fraudulent charges on his credit card.

#49 11 months ago

Following for the reveal

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