‘Mystery shopper’: A mysterious shopper buys everything at a vintage store, then goes home and sells it on eBay in New York

NEW YORK — A mystery shopper who sells everything on eBay and then sells it for a living went from being a mystery shopped to a mystery sold last month in a small New York town.

A man who identified himself as Eric said he was in town for work and bought a $5,000 dress for $6,000 online.

Then he got a call from a woman at a clothing store who said her son bought the dress for her in New Hampshire.

The pair then met up at the local store where Eric said his son had purchased the dress.

She said her husband had a similar dress for sale and Eric told him he wanted to buy it for her.

“I said, ‘Are you sure you don’t want to buy the dress?

It’s just a $6k dress,'” he said.

“She said, `Oh, you want to see it?

It would be $7k.

That’s why you bought it.

That dress is the most expensive dress I have ever sold.’

And I said, OK, we will go ahead and do it.'”

That’s when the two men exchanged numbers.

Eric told police the dress was for his mother and he bought it for $7,000.

He said his mother paid him $1,000 in cash for the dress, but the dress never arrived.

Then, at some point in the last week, the pair drove to the same store and bought $1.3 million worth of clothing from various online retailers including Forever 21, Ralph Lauren, Louis Vuitton and Bloomingdale’s.

They even picked up $10,000 worth of shoes.

After the pair went to pick up their clothes, they met a man who said he had purchased it in a store in Westport, Conn.

The man told police Eric told them the dress sold for $8,000 and that he paid $1 million for it.

Eric said he also told the men that the dress is worth $11,000, $12,000 or $13,000.

“I think the guy was a little bit of a crook, so he just kept saying he bought the clothes for my mother and my father,” Eric said.

They eventually left the store and went home.

The couple also made a phone call to a man at the Bloomingdale Street Mall in West Palm Beach, Fla., but no one picked up the phone.

The woman who bought the gown told police she had paid $5 for it and said Eric told her he was going to return it for another $2,500, but that he didn’t return the dress because he didn