It happened a week ago, 16th October.
I traded my iPhone 6s space Gerry ( receipt dated 1st October 2015，the first 9 digits of the IMEI 353271076) with his iPhone 6 Plus 64 GB which suppose to be mint condition.
He mentioned that he has a O level exam next day, as a secondary student once, I just re-set and make the trade with him, without checking the condition properly.
And then I found that there was a dent at corner on my way home. So I PMed him, then he said " I only said there has not scratches".
Kudos ! Nice play, I am fine with it, because it's my careless .
Then yesterday 23th October, he tried to sell or trade the iPhone 6s from me to others and lie about the purchased date. ( he said that is dated 15th October which is the date he traded with me )
So, I tried to leave a comment so that others could know the truth ( of course he deleted ), in case when you find out the truth when you do the meet up with him, and 'force' yourself to make the deal just because you are already there at Sengkang.
Beware guys. Remember to do a proper checking before making the deal, especially when the buyer/seller/trader is trying to make is short .
Update 29/10/2015 , user name changed to @youravgconsumer
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