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eBay typo

Read the text and then mark the correct statement.
There is only one correct solution per statement.
eBay loophole: how you can make use of spelling mistakes
Many people who try to sell products on eBay make mistakes spelling the names of their items. A great chance for smart people looking for a cheap purchase.
Bargain hunters use eBay to find good deals on absolutely anything. People often sell new, or almost-new items for very low prices.
What most people don't know is that there is a loophole that could save you even more money - based on the fact that you could find items other online shoppers have overlooked. The reason? Typos, or spelling mistakes, made by the seller.
“Other people 's typos save you money“ states FatFingers.com, a website created to find thousands of misspelled product names on eBay. Created ten years ago, Mike Sheard set up FatFingers after having discovered someone on eBay selling a very high number of bikes.
“I noticed a seller that was selling lots of bikes. He said he found them in his garage but he was selling far too many for that to be true,“ Mr Sheard said. "A little bit of research and I discovered he was finding misspelled product names such as 'montain bike' and 'mountin bike'.
“Because no other buyers were finding these sales, thanks to the typo, he was able to buy them cheaply, because no one else was competing. He would then sell the cheaply bought product with the correct spelling, making a good profit.“ Following that discovery, Mr Sheard went on to build a program that could find thousands of items listed on eBay with spelling mistakes. The website and app (available for Android and iPhone) gives users the chance to search for any item, and finds its incorrectly-spelled product names.
As a result, shoppers ca11 find the product names that most people won't. For instance, a silver necklace was misspelled as “Jewelery“ and was on offer for $\$$ 0.01 with free shipping to the UK. It had no bids with just one day until the end of the auction.
Other commonly misspelled words that eBay shoppers could profit from are brand names like 'Addidas', 'Samsun', and 'Kindel'.
(http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/money-saving-tips/10920670/eBay-loophole-how-you-can-exploit-listing-typos-to-find-bargains.html )
Part 3
Abb. 1: A woman browsing the net.
Part 3
Abb. 1: A woman browsing the net.
12.
Loopholes om eBay can save you money because
many shoppers are not online all the time.
of incorrect spelling.
of reasonable prices.
you can find items on other websites.
13.
FatFingers.com is a website created to
sell a lot of bikes on eBay.
help you make money selling your products.
find product names that are spelled incorrectly.
promote cheap products.
14.
The seller of the bike said he
used the typos to buy cheap bikes.
found the bikes in his garage.
did some research to find misspeled product names.
noticed another seller was selling bikes, too.
15.
Thanks to the typo he
was the only one taking part in the auctions.
couldn't sell the product.
had to buy another product with the correct spelling.
couldn't buy any products for cheap prices.
16.
The program
adds spelling mistakes to listed products.
can find hundreds of items listed on Amazon.
helps users to find bicycle products only.
is available as an app and on a website.
17.
The offer of the necklace was $\$$ 0.01
including shipping costs.
without shipping costs.
with three days until the end of the auction.
after the auction had ended.

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eBay typo

Read the text and then mark the correct statement.
Part 3
Abb. 1: A woman browsing the net.
Part 3
Abb. 1: A woman browsing the net.
12.
Loopholes om eBay can save you money because
many shoppers are not online all the time.
of incorrect spelling.
of reasonable prices.
you can find items on other websites.
13.
FatFingers.com is a website created to
sell a lot of bikes on eBay.
help you make money selling your products.
find product names that are spelled incorrectly.
promote cheap products.
14.
The seller of the bike said he
used the typos to buy cheap bikes.
found the bikes in his garage.
did some research to find misspeled product names.
noticed another seller was selling bikes, too.
15.
Thanks to the typo he
was the only one taking part in the auctions.
couldn't sell the product.
had to buy another product with the correct spelling.
couldn't buy any products for cheap prices.
16.
The program
adds spelling mistakes to listed products.
can find hundreds of items listed on Amazon.
helps users to find bicycle products only.
is available as an app and on a website.
17.
The offer of the necklace was $\$$ 0.01
including shipping costs.
without shipping costs.
with three days until the end of the auction.
after the auction had ended.

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