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Saying that. I bought my 881 from a chap that had bought it to cut up one tree on his "farm"

When I saw the saw and the reciept from Rob @ Chainsawbars it all looked genuine and has been absolutely faultless.

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2 hours ago, spudulike said:

I reckon there is a reason it is listed in Penzance!

"Any Chance of posting it"......"Yeah, no problem, just make it £1030 and all is good"....for the "seller" as he is a thieving scammer.

Yeah, usually very south or very north

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Ive responded to quite a lot of  adds on MP I believe to be scams mostly asking when I can pick up.

For the biggest percentage the reply says the item belongs to their father and gives an email to contact him which always starts with henry***@

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