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A friend of mine was scammed out of $5700 US before I could warn him. The scammer has the same car listed on 50 - 100 on-line newspaper classifieds. Once the buyer agrees he sends a bogus Yahoo Finance E-mail stating that the transaction is protected by Yahoo. He then requests a moneygram for 5700 dollars and promises the car will be shipped in 4 days anywhere in US. Obviously my friend never got his car and is out 5700 dollars. I currently have three E-mail addresses attempting to purchase this car from "Joseph Smith" & I plan on sending him to the Money Gram office as many times as I can. Has anyone else seen this scam??
Breddan Butter Retired Moderator
Joined: 09 Dec 2003
Location: Soligorsk, Belarus
Mon Jul 07, 2008 1:45 am
We have seen that type of scam thousands upon thousands of times.
What is it that you need explaining?
We will be happy to help.
However, information and sympathy is about all you'll receive, as hard as that may sound.
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ronco 419Eater is my life
Joined: 24 Nov 2007
Location: In strong opposition to sterilization laws
Mon Jul 07, 2008 2:58 am
If you post the whole classified or a link to it I will be happy to bait him, I'm in the market for new wheels anyways
"JUST COME OUT STRAIGHT AND STOP BEATING BY THE BUSH, I KNOW $8000 IS A LOT OF MONEY" - Kelly-The famous zebra scammer
MarkMark64 Wannabe Baiter
Joined: 14 Aug 2006
Location: Behind my desk....
Wed Jul 16, 2008 10:33 pm
The Santa Barbara craigslist site is a GREAT place to pick up auto sales scammers. The scammes seem to think that everybody in Santa Barbara is a rich and miserly bastard and will jump at a 2006 Lexus with a clear title for $3702.
I had a guy going for about 3 weeks for an '06 Jetta in storage in some un-named shippers in Manhattan.
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