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Wow! I just came from the bank asking questions about a response I received after posting an item for sale on Craigs List. The individual interested in buying wanted to pay using a E Check. The bank had never heard of iversacheck. Your posting sheds a lot of light on this situation and we need to continue to spread the word.
See below from firstname.lastname@example.org:
I am okay with the conditon & price. my mode of payment will be via Certified Check Drawn on Bank Of America,you will probably need a VersaCheck Paper (Business Size) or a Business Check Paper to print and cash or deposit the check today, the VersaCheck Paper or Business Check Paper is sold for $15-$30 (which i will add it to your last asking price)at any stationery store,office depot or at your local office supply outlet.i will wait for your bank to verify and clear the check before we proceed with the shipping which i will hire my private shipping company to come for the pickup after the check has been cleared at your bank so do not worry about the shipment fee,I will need your Full name,Full address and phone # to send the E-check, you can read more on how it works at http://www.iversacheck.com.
In a message dated 12/6/2009 10:45:43 P.M. W. Europe Standard Time, email@example.com writes:
Still have them for $300. I bought an extra set prior to going to Moab last year and they have been sitting in my basement. Have never had a problem with the ones I installed so decided to get rid of these. Where are you located? Hoping to find someone local and avoid shipping which would not be included in the $300 price.
—- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> ** CRAIGSLIST ADVISORY — AVOID SCAMS BY DEALING LOCALLY
> ** Avoid: wiring money, cross-border deals, work-at-home
> ** Beware: cashier checks, money orders, escrow, shipping
> ** More Info: http://www.craigslist.org/about/scams.html
> I hope you still have this item for sale?if yes get back to me with your
> last price of the item and also present condition.
> this message was remailed to you via: email@example.com
» Posted By ED On December 7, 2009 @ 11:55 am
yeah.. so i switched the wires around and it’s working as it should… no light when flicked on… and lights up when switched on…. cause i thought i had it hooked up to the switch properly….
all good now though… thanks
» Posted By ed On December 16, 2007 @ 2:08 am
hi Rob.. do u mean switch the connectors on the back of my LED switch around.. like on my switch #2 is (positive source), #3 is (12v to lights), and #4 is ground…
i assume you do mean switch the wire from # 2 and # 3 around? correct? i’ll give it a shot and see what happens when i get a chance.. thanks
#2: 12v Positive Source (IE battery, fuse block, etc)
#3: 12v Accessory (12v+ to your lights)
#4: Ground (for the LED on the switch)
» Posted By ed On December 10, 2007 @ 10:08 pm
hi, need some assistance… well not really.. but i’ll explain..
i did this mod on my ’03 corolla.. exactly as it says here… everything works but the thing is… i bought a LED light switch.. so when it’s flicked off.. it doesn’t light up.. and when flicked on… it’s on…
but for some reason… the light on my switch is always on.. even though it is turned off…
but my switch does work… just always lights up when ignition on and switch in off position..
well i grounded my switch on top of another connectecor that was grounded.. could that be the cause??
any help would be greatly appreciated…
» Posted By ed On December 8, 2007 @ 6:41 pm
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I couldn’t find the drl mod? I need better pictures.
» Posted By Ed On March 27, 2006 @ 1:24 am