Unlike other scammers that sell fake Samsung G600 stealth phones, this one pretends to sell the original version of XCell Stealth Phone. How he did that? Very simple: by copying XCell website pictures and text, on his eBay account. A hilarious thing: probably having no skills or basic knowledge regarding photo manipulation, nor money to hire a web designer, he has posted the photos with XCell watermark on them:
On the picture below you can have fun about what this scammer has understood from explanations that he has read on x-cellular.com:
In his personal understanding, UnPing function is an alert for "network triangulation", which is obviously wrong.
No explanations about Channel lock, since XCell Technologies (the manufacturer of real stealth phones) has understood to disclose the use of this function only to users. The scammer has no source to copy these explanations, so he didn't posted them.
He is right in just one of his affirmations: "the best and the only one" is the stealth phone that he try to copy: XCell Stealth Phone.
Just to have more fun with this scammer, you should ask him for a pic, taken from the phone backside: there is no XCell security label. Also, you should ask him before buying, about how Channel lock function work, UnPing function and how to properly use IMEI changing function. And yes, his explanations about how to use the phone and how call interception work, will be memorable. Have fun!
Visiting his eBay store, we have found that the scammer (allbuynew) is selling also another well known scam:
Or you should ask for buy one, get one free: buy one fake stealth phone, get one penis extender, for free.
We have identified another two scammers on eBay, selling counterfeit Samsung G600 stealth phones and fake Samsung G600 stealth firmware (the one that you can download for free, here).
danielius2010 Located in Lithuania, selling fake Samsung G600 stealth firmware on eBay: