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    Brand New Presto Card

    For sale is a brand new presto card

    Value of card is $6 with $250 loaded

    Unregistered and good for immediate use

    Priced to go at $200

    I have a car and therefore wont need it

    Message for a quick reply.
    "Yellow Man Get No Love."

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    Hey isn't there a scam involving loaded Presto Cards? I think it goes something like this. You meet an individual who offers to sell you a Presto card with a value of, let's just say, $250. This individual offers to sell it to you for $200 because he no longer needs to use public transit. Maybe he bought a car or something. The seller takes the buyer to a Presto machine and sure enough, there's $250 on this card. The buyer happily pays the seller $200 and is thrilled to be saving $50. The buyer and seller part ways. The seller then logs into his Presto account which still has the $250 assigned to it and transfer the money to another Presto account. The buyer realizes he was scammed the first time he tries to use his Presto card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iconic One View Post
    Hey isn't there a scam involving loaded Presto Cards? I think it goes something like this. You meet an individual who offers to sell you a Presto card with a value of, let's just say, $250. This individual offers to sell it to you for $200 because he no longer needs to use public transit. Maybe he bought a car or something. The seller takes the buyer to a Presto machine and sure enough, there's $250 on this card. The buyer happily pays the seller $200 and is thrilled to be saving $50. The buyer and seller part ways. The seller then logs into his Presto account which still has the $250 assigned to it and transfer the money to another Presto account. The buyer realizes he was scammed the first time he tries to use his Presto card.
    That's it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iconic One View Post
    Hey isn't there a scam involving loaded Presto Cards? I think it goes something like this. You meet an individual who offers to sell you a Presto card with a value of, let's just say, $250. This individual offers to sell it to you for $200 because he no longer needs to use public transit. Maybe he bought a car or something. The seller takes the buyer to a Presto machine and sure enough, there's $250 on this card. The buyer happily pays the seller $200 and is thrilled to be saving $50. The buyer and seller part ways. The seller then logs into his Presto account which still has the $250 assigned to it and transfer the money to another Presto account. The buyer realizes he was scammed the first time he tries to use his Presto card.
    LOL, classic
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    As if going to a transit station, Shoppers Drug Mart, etc. or opening the Presto website is too much work for some people?

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