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Watch for scammers!

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I have a car listed for sale on this site and a couple others. I received an email from a "propective buyer" yesterday morning. After I replied with further details about the car, I received the following email from a scammer who did not want my car, but rather was attempting to steal $4000 from me.

Watch out for jerks like this!

The following email was sent by: [email protected]

Thank you for your response,after discussing
with my client who really commended your vechicle
instructed to move on with the deal at the price of
($2,750),he said he will be going on a vacation soon
and will rest virtually all the transaction on my
shoulder and assign a shipper like wise that i will
work with and stressed that he will be issuing out a
cashier check of ($6,750) which was a refund payment
of a cancelled order earlier made by him but
will be filed in your name,you are only required to
deduct the cost of your vechicle($2,750) and
send the differece ($4,000) when payment gets to you to a
shipping agent whoose information will be given to
you as at when due, he will be needing the fund to
offset shipping charges, taxes and other cosmetic
repairs/touches,the agent will be responsible for
signing andtransferin! g of title paper and also pickup.
So i require of you to send me your NAME,ADDRESS AND
PHONE NUMBER for payment to be delivered to you via
fedex courier services All other information needed
in completion of this transaction will be given to
you in due time.
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That was great reading, i really liked the part "please ship eninge, we still want it"
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