Does not surprise me. I bought a phone from them once. new. It turned out to be a piece of crap and EBay did not want to know. I learned my lesson.
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New message from: emporiumhificom (6,391Green Star)
Absolutely not, they now have better insulation than they did when they were new
I recon if put back to correct standard and the case sorted (as long as they haven't superglued it) I could get £300 for them, but it is a full rebuild - new PCBs, so I would only give £100 to get it off his hands.
You would think any scrupulous dealer would bin an item with a botched up repair. I'll certainly keep their name on my mental list of places to be wary of.