here is the start of the email I received:
Glad to receive your order.
This is ___________ from __________ technology company.
The datasheet and the quotation for 15'' display are attached. Please check them.
Please note that the price on our webstore is not true. Because it's our company rule that the price can't be showed on the webstore. Hope you can understand us.
So If you like to receive the 15'' sample, please make up the difference of the price. (385 - 21=USD 364)
After receiving the difference, we would deliver the 15'' sample to you by express ASAP. (The shipping is free.)
HOWEVER THIS IS NOT A SCAM!!!
Before anyone starts considering this a scam READ THE FOLLOWING
If you don't like that, we can send one free 3.5'' free sample to you for evaluation firstly, and then you can consider whether you need to purchase the 15'' sample.
Also read this:
If you don't mind, please let me know the introduction of your new project or the technology requirement of your product.
So maybe I can supple some good suggestions for you on my experience.
If you have any query about our display, please don't hesitate to contact us.
// Here was where his/her name was... (not given in this fourm)
// Here WAS where his/her contact info was...
// However I thought it would be best if I just relaeased what forms of info he/she gave.
- Company name:__________
- Link to homepage:________
- FULL Telephone#:_________ ((NOTE: With everything you can find in a Phone#))
- FULL Fax#:______________ ((NOTE: With everything you can find in a Fax#))
- Verified E-mail:___________ ((NOTE: Note the same as the sender as the email I copied 98% of the info from then pasted in this reply))
All in all, I have yet to see any form of scam(s) in this transaction so far... Right???
I guess I was right in that this $21.05USD
+FreeShipping 15" LCD is too good to be true
Still a 3.5" Serial LCD is pretty good for $21.05USD
and free shipping?