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I knew it was a scam and had a little fun with the guy. Thanks to this site I now know how they make their money.
» Posted By Ron On July 9, 2008 @ 4:57 pm
That is the same guy that is trying to scam me as some of the language is the same. I e-mailed him back and told him to call me and we can discuss. He then indicated that he is deaf and didn’t have a phone. If you were to continue to play the game, he is likely to ask that you ship it for him after he sends you a large sum more than you are asking for the car. In my last email to him this morning, I indicated that I wasn’t interested in paying for the shipping but that he could take care of that himself. I also suggested that the shipping cost of $2,250 was extremely excessive. This is after I already received the e-check he sent. Still waiting to hear from him (I’m sure he is dropped me now as the scam won’t work if I am unwilling to send the overage to the ‘shipping company’).
» Posted By Ron On November 21, 2007 @ 5:47 pm
I just got this same scam on a truck I am selling. He just emailed a check in an amount of $2,250 over what I am asking for the truck and is requesting that I wire the overage via Western Union. He also e-mailed a check via insticheck. If this has been shut down, how is he e-mailing the check through insticheck?
» Posted By ron On November 21, 2007 @ 11:11 am
How would I get it to you? I’m assuming snail mail, if you don’t want to make your address public maybe you can email it to me.
» Posted By Ron On February 7, 2013 @ 6:35 am
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Hi Rob, so do you actually fix clippers or just give people tips on how to fix them. I have a vintage Oster clipper that I’m guessing is at least 30 yrs. old. It’s so old that it even has a cloth electric cord. I don’t want to throw it out cuz I have about 4 cutting blades and it cut great when it was working. Any thoughts?
» Posted By Ron On February 2, 2013 @ 9:40 am