ATTENTION: Consumers who have been contacted by scammers could have had their personal information breached. #REPORTSCAM highly recommends that consumers whose information has been breached obtain identity theft protection service immediately. There are several companies that offer identity theft protection in the US. One of the most inexpensive options we were able to find is the protection offered by LifeLock. You can start your protection here.
Disclaimer: The information and opinions contained on this site are not endorsed by LifeLock. #REPORTSCAM receives compensation from LifeLock. This helps support our scam prevention efforts.
Trying to get u to send money for a car that u have never seen.
Feb 22, 2019
Monetary Loss: $0
I saw the car on craigslist and emailed about it because it was so cheap. Said i had to pay through ebay and couldnt see the car. Wanted my address and phone #. Said after i gave her information she would send more pictires of the car. She said she was in Virginia even thought craigslist said Cortland Ohio. Said car would be sent to me in 2 to 3 days. She didnt even want me to see pictures of it till i paid. I told no i am not buying anything if my son cant look at it or test drive it. Then she said car was all packed up in Virginia and waiting to be shipped. I just dont want someone sending money and being ripped off. Just wanted to report it and maybe someelse wont fall for it. Thank u
Person is advertising selling a 2005 Ford ranger, stating it is being held by ebay, and it will be shipped to you in 3 day and then you have 5 day to test it to make sure that is what you want. But then they send you a fake eBay email that wants you to make put money on eBay cards in 200 dollar amounts.
i found a 2001 chevy tahoe for 1600 dollars on craigslist icotacted her them she sent me numerous picutres of the ride then she told me she would contact ebay and set up account and that they would be emailing me instructions to finalize the deal so same day i recieved an email from what i thought was ebay stating i would have to purchase ebay gift cards for the amount of 1600 dollars then call the number and give to them and they would take 24 hrs to insure or approve money was there then they would email me and keep me posted with tracking number etc. i called the number spoke with a kennith (818-660-0692) then they send another email with another number for confirmation (818-676-9401) verification #4798469842 assuring me that the sale and purchase of the vehicle was legit sent me email address eBay Inc 2145 Hamilton Ave, San Jose, CA / after purchasing the cards and then looknig at the address i was under the impression it was legit please contact me to help resolve this issue so nobody else gets done this way my number is 903-275-6900 i have all the cards and receipts of purchase in my possesion (i have all the receipts and cards but i do not have a scanner or copier to submit extra documents to spport my claim i have my phone with everything on it
One photo, killer deal 24 ft citation rv. I asked to send photos of inside, loved it. Wanted to meet in person and asked if she would be willing to let us take it to our mechanic to inspection, never answered my questions and gave a story her husband is out of town and in a hurry to sell he got a job in Canada. Next Email saying i can go through e bay she just signed a contract with them. I looked up the email on white page it said untrustworthy.
I didn't lose any money but its a scam involving someone in the military and wants to ship a motorcycle. I know it's a scam I have seen this one before its for a 2003 harley softail for 2,000. I wish to remain anonymous my email is *******@gmail.com. Yes that is my valid and real email. This is a valid complaint about a scam