Update: Music Auction on eBay Melissa Block has an update to an update of a story we told you about last week. Paul Mawhinney, owner of 3 million records and CDs, sold his unique and massive collection through an eBay auction for more than $3 million — or so we thought.
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Update: Music Auction on eBay

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Update: Music Auction on eBay

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The winning bid of $3 million for the three-million-count record collection offered on eBay was apparently a fraud. Courtesy of Paul Mawhinney hide caption

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Melissa Block has an update to an update of a story we told you about last week. Paul Mawhinney, owner of 3 million records and CDs, sold his unique and massive collection through an eBay auction for more than $3 million — or so we thought.

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