[Unobtainable Deal] Eurocopter AS350BA Was€690,900.00 Now €650.00

Moved to Forum: Original Link

Free International Delivery.
If your yard is big enough, you can find out.

Related Stores

hushhush.com
hushhush.com

Comments

  •  

    I thought you mucked up the title but nope, that's genuinely the listed price. Can't add it to my cart though, get a PHP error :(

    •  

      Looking at other deal sites, it seems the error is over 20 hours old and was working at one time and some people even ordered them. I assume their website broke after they received thousands or more orders and millions of visitors adding it to cart.

  •  

    How does one even find a deal like this. Were you browsing for helicopters?

    •  

      I suspect the OP just saw it on some old deal site. As to how whoever saw it first saw it, no idea. Of course for whoever "found" it first on these other deal sites, it could have come from the site themselves per my comment below.

  • +1 vote

    How is customs going to calculate import tax on this…

  •  

    Hassle Free Returns

    This raises so many questions and scenarios in my head.

  •  

    Anyone else think this is some sort of viral marketing campaign? They're looking for players and designers for their real life Battle Royale game https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/entertainment/2019/04/million... or just seeking publicity in general perhaps. Maybe the first one since I'm not sure people who hang out in deal sites is their target market, although maybe they're hoping they'd get on more general news sites. I'm assuming that this is a real website, frankly some of the details makes me wonder and most of the news stories about it seem to have done no real investigation.

    •  

      TBH i think newshubs been fooled by a nice shell and a press release. company was literally created in January registered on the UK register yet based in Monaco and total company value of 10 pounds. https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/11789350. fyre festival much? I dont see any listed shareholder or company bank rolling the dude.

      •  

        I looked into it myself but didn't post it since maybe it comes across a bit like doxing. But it's really mostly just news results so hopefully it's okay. I think they may have genuine people behind them, but all they're really doing is listing other people's stuff. they hired someone to make a quick website hence the generic details and very weird design. (I mean it's just a Wordpress site.) Take a look here https://tamebay.com/2019/01/hush-hush-marketplace-mega-rich-... where commentators mentioned a number of their listings were copied. (That island I mentioned for example seems to really be for sale, but there's no reason to go through HushHush for it.)

        That seems suspicious. But if you look at the website, it says "© 2019 HushHush.com (Trading via Fuel Ventures ltd)". Look into Fuel Ventures https://www.fuel.ventures/ and it seems to be associated with this guy. That wikipedia article looks a bit dodgy but that guy seems to genuinely be the founder of MyVoucherCodes https://www.independent.co.uk/news/education/education-news/... https://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/businessclub/11152372/My... so I guess he made a fair amount of money off of it.

        But is Fuel Ventures really involved in HushHush? Well here's perhaps the most interesting point. If you search for the guy who appears in all press releases as the founder and CEO of HushHush and is also listed in the companies office, together with the person who's involved in Fuel Ventures you find all these results suggesting they're a couple https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2804761/Entrepreneu... https://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/property-news/buying/new-... https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2014/09/26/interview-entrepreneur... The wikipedia article even mentions Monaco.

        So either someone has gone to a great amount of effort and is faking the people involved in that company. Or it's probably a real company with those people involved in it. (Well I suspect it's mostly the founder's project with the money coming from his partner's VC fund.) I'm not saying they're a big company. I doubt they have any significant work force. All they're really doing seems to be try and be a go between for rich people and stuff you can find elsewhere. I suspect those various job listings are also viral marketing rather than genuine. And I wouldn't buy anything off them. But still, probably not a pure scam.

        The cheap website designer bit also explains the Latin text. And the phone number. If you search for it, it shows up on a lot of websites which seems very suspicious https://www.google.com/search&q=064+332-1233 But one of those websites is this http://rugworld.co.nz/author/admin/ It may seem like this is another fake website. But if you look at the contact us page http://rugworld.co.nz/contact-us/ , they list a real address in Silverdale and a proper NZ phone number. And another website http://www.magicalrugs.co.nz which sort of looks like a real NZ site. So either someone has gone to a lot of effort to fake this NZ company but somehow still left a weird phone number and address in one location. Or someone hacked the website and added that fake number. Or it's a real NZ company who paid someone to make their site and this designer accidentally left that placeholder number and address there. (Or maybe the number is supposed to be there and goes to the web site designer or something. I don't know. I'm not even sure what country it's supposed to be for.)

  •  

    Site looks to be broken for me.

  • +1 vote

    Definitely a scam. Numerous text fields on the website with generic Latin text.