[DML] Re: No More Deloreans?
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[DML] Re: No More Deloreans?




Even the "crooks" take the Holidays off.They be back!!Most likely 
even more cunning,with better ways and better means,and from what I 
understand and have read,you WILL have to be careful what you click 
on in the auction(s)as a example: when making a bid,the screen comes 
on for your Id/password,so you put that in so that you can go on to 
making your bid,guess what... you just gave your password to the 
scammers,always look in the address bar,to see what it says AFTER the 
http:// as that is usually where they stick their redirection.
example:http://ebay.com would be http://scammer.com/ebay.com .
be careful out there.   

cbl




>
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "geoff_ombao" <geoff_ombao@xxxx> 
wrote:
> > 
> > Just an observation.
> 
> Maybe all the crooks who put up fraudulent listings are getting the 
hint?
> 
> Dan W.
> VIN 16192
> AZ-D
>








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