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Date Created/Modified 16th March 2010 @ 09:08am
NewsAttention users,

Hello all. Advertisers beware : Unfortunately is still being haunted by scammers. The scamming techniques used seem to be quite common in online advertising circles, so identifying these bogus inquiries really should not be too difficult. I have posted a copy of an email sent to me (thanks Matt) which shows the correspondence in full, I hope this will assist with prospective advertisers to identify such emails and ignore them. I have made contact with AFP regarding these scammers however it seems that there is nothing that can be done unless someone is actually ripped-off in which case they must make a formal complaint.

It shoud be also noted that the scammer email below is but one of many, using generic email hosts seems to be typical. Please take the time to read the emails below to keep yourself informed on how these scammers work. Thanks.


> Date: Sat, 3 Oct 2009 08:00:45 -0700
> From:
> Subject: Hemi 265
> Just viewed your listing and will like to purchase it. I am willing to offer you $4,700 for it,pls let me know if you accept my offer,payment will be through paypal and the pick up will be arranged

> Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 05:09:01 -0700
> From:
> Subject: just about to make the payment
> I was just about to make the payment when i had this little problem with the picking up,I got an email from my agent...He said he won't come and pick up the item unless i pay him the agent commission fee first in order to be able to schedule a pick up time ,and my pick up agent head quarters is in the United Kingdom and all commission payments made for pick up, from anywhere in the world is sent to their head quarters in the Uk and the only form of payments they accept is western union money transfer and i tried to pay online but i will need a credit card which i didn't bring aboard the ship, and there is no post office(there is usually a western union section in most post offices) or any western union agent on sea! so i have to ask you to help me with the pick up fees, i will include the $750 they charged to pick it up and take it my home(1st class treatment), to the payments i will send through paypal, after i have made the payments, i will need you to
> help me send the $750 to my pick up agent through western union money transfer, the western union money transfer can be made at a post office near to you,there is always a western union agent in most post offices or online at .I will be making the payments shortly and will email you as soon as it has been done.

> Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 08:25:56 -0700
> From:
> Subject: Are You still happy to help me
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