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Anyone who has ever tried to sell something online would know how it feels like when someone makes an offer that is way below your asking price.
For those who are unfamiliar, this frustrating act is also known as 'lowballing'.
Stomper Lasery2k put up a 15-inch MacBook Pro 2017 for sale on Facebook Marketplace at the price of $3,000.
The Stomper, who bought the laptop for around $3,800, was amused when a user responded to her listing on Sep 28, at around 11.50pm.
The user offered her $200, $240 and then $300 for the Macbook Pro.
Lasery2k said: "I was laughing non-stop and felt that this person was just being a joker."
When she told the user to try walking into an Apple Store and buying a MacBook Pro with $300, the latter replied:
"But I love your MacBook can you give me friends"
Added the Stomper: "The user later also said, 'Wow, you so rich man, can buy Apple MacBook Pro for $3,000' and asked what price I was looking at.
"I did not reply after that."
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