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    Bikelink-Trading Store...authorized dealer??

    Hey guys,

    I was wondering if this website was legit...looking to get this 2009 BMC TF02 for $510?
    Bikelink-Trading.com
    i might have posted 2wice on accident.

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    The best way to tell is to go through the checkout process and if they don't accept credit cards don't use it. Lots of those places are scams and they will ask you to western union money.

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    http://www.togoparts.com/forum/showt...id=3&tid=64492

    Clever scam The store exists but it is not their website apparently

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    whew. thanks.

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    Unfortunately for me I confirm that this e-commerce site cheat the people like me. I'm talking about bikelink-trading.com where I Made a order for Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert 2010 Mountain Bike, I made the payment by wire transfer and I still didn't receive the bike and also they don't give me any response... In other words I loose the money. Now I would like to avoid other people have the same experience. Any suggest how (in addition to alert in this useful forum..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TmaxBike View Post
    Unfortunately for me I confirm that this e-commerce site cheat the people like me. I'm talking about bikelink-trading.com where I Made a order for Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Expert 2010 Mountain Bike, I made the payment by wire transfer and I still didn't receive the bike and also they don't give me any response... In other words I loose the money. Now I would like to avoid other people have the same experience. Any suggest how (in addition to alert in this useful forum..)
    If you contact western union they have a fraud division you should never send money wire transfer to another country or anyone for that matter. I am sorry to hear that you got scammed that sucks!!

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    If it looks too good to be true...

    Strange they don't lie about thier address. It's a big tip off.

    Bikelink Trading Singapore
    Blk 926 Yishun Central 1# 01-177 , SG
    Singapore 760926.

    Bikelink Trading Indonesia
    Hypermall Kelapa Gading 1rd A8-10 Boulevard
    Kelapa Gading, Jakarta Utara
    DKI Jakarta 14240

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    Hey guy,
    It's seems that you work for bikelink-trading.com!

    I made one other order for a new bike in the same stunning site and guess what? The bank account to pay them, obviously through wire transfer is changed!

    Anyway, if you are enough persuasive with them to convince them to send me the bike I will earn you a commission..

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