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London company accused of PS2 fraud

London's Metropolitan Police are investigating a Docklands company that has allegedly defrauded customers out of thousands of pounds in fake PlayStation2 orders. Games Master advertised in publications such as classifieds paper Loot last month, offering PS2 consoles before Christmas.
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London's Metropolitan Police are investigating a Docklands company that has allegedly defrauded customers out of thousands of pounds in fake PlayStation2 orders.

Games Master advertised in publications such as classifieds paper Loot last month, offering PS2 consoles before Christmas. Sony launched the hotly anticipated console 24 November, but supplies have been short, and consoles were only available to those who pre-ordered in the autumn. Full story. -- Matthew Broersma, ZDNet UK

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