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Thousands of listings on eBay are spelled incorrectly, giving bargain hunters the chance to snap up a good deal Photo: Alamy
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Bargain hunters are used to heading to eBay in the hopes of finding deals on absolutely anything. Sellers are often auctioning off unwanted, new, or almost-new items at a fraction of their shop price. What most people don&#x2019;t know, however, is that there is a loophole that could save you even more money &#x2013; based on the fact that you could find items other online shoppers have overlooked. The reason? Slip-ups and typos made by the seller. &#x201c;Other people&#x2019;s typos save you money&#x201d; states FatFingers.com, a website devoted to finding thousands of misspelt listings on eBay. Created 10 years ago, FatFingers was set up by Mike Sheard after he discovered someone on eBay selling a suspicious number of bikes. &#x201c;I noticed a seller that was selling lots of bikes. He was claiming he found them in his shed but he was selling far too many for that to be true,&#x201d; Mr Sheard said. &#x201c;A bit of digging and I discovered he was finding misspelt listings such as 'montain bike&#x2019; and 'mountin bike&#x2019;. "Because no other buyers were picking up on the sales, thanks to the typo, he was able to buy them cheaply because there were no competing bids. He would then relist them with the correct spelling, this time making a tidy profit.&#x201d;
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