[DMCForum] Re: Ebay DMC
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[DMCForum] Re: Ebay DMC


Yes i reported it but its still up i notice.. sent an email via
the 'ask the seller a question' look what tragic reply i got... all
to a familar scam, i hope someone doesnt fall for it .....



First, I want you to know that I live in USA,but for the moment I'm
England.Two months ago my cousin died in a tragic car accident.
My cousin family need money urgently and that's why i sell this car
cheap,because i want to help them.
The car is in excellent condition .It has a title clear which you
receive along with the car and two rows of keys.
The buy it now price is 4200$ .
Regarding the payment method i would like to use eBay like a 3rd
party for the deposit because eBay will protect us.I am a seal member
and that's mean I am backed

up for all my
auctions on eBay.I pay them fees for that!
The car is already into eBay possession,they inspected and tested the
car to
see if the description on eBay matches with the real condition.
Look how they work:
1.I will contact them , and I will send your shipping information to
2.They will send us mail forms (the forms will be from customer
team) for you about payment deposit.
3.Those forms must be filled by every part of this deal(me and you)
with infos that they required.
4.We must submit the forms.
This means a 3rd party.
After all that will be done,the car will be shipped from eBay,and
will arrive to your place in max. 5 days.
You will receive a tracking # in the same day that the car will be
shipped from eBay.
I forgot to tell you that the shipping is free if you pay 4200$ for
my car.
If you want to go on with this deal , mail me asap because I have
interested buyer and I need to sell this car fast.

Best Regards!

--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "timnagin" <timnagin@xxxx> wrote:
> I find it amazing that people are even bidding on this.  Did anyone
> report this to eBay?  I did, and this was the first time I ever
> They wanted to send me a link where I can send them all of the
> about this auction.  What the hell are we paying eBay for and why
should I
> do the leg work for their employees?  I actually asked the "person"
I was
> talking with if they were a 'bot.  I was assured they were not, of
> Nice.
> Greg
> -----Original Message-----
> From: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
> Of Ryan Wright
> Sent: Monday, October 24, 2005 6:29 PM
> To: DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [DMCForum] Ebay DMC
> On 10/24/05, Josh Porter <joshp1986@xxxx> wrote:
> > http://tinyurl.com/79qxn
> >
> > didn't this car sell not to long ago? I remember the rims. Pretty
> > if you ask me.
> Giving away $4,200 to a scammer is cheap? Sounds like a major rip
off to me.
> Hints:
> 1. 0 feedback.
> 2. "Ask seller a question doesn't work because I have a problem
with my
> email"
> 3. "Email me before you bid, at this alternate email address"
> 4. All of those warnings are images, not text. The seller can change
> this information at any time by altering the images without actually
> editing the auction.
> 5. Oh, yeah: $4,200 for a ~$18-$22k car. Duh.
> --
> - Ryan
> http://www.memfrag.com - Store your bookmarks. On every computer.

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