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Just received a rambling email from an Arthur Wilson regarding my Eastman air comfort. I put the jacket on the Eastman classifieds and this zoomer has got in touch. Remember his name if anyone is selling.
I’m appreciate I use gooder english
I’ve seen similar scams many times. They’re usually out of country or on a ship blah blah. I find any time I advertise anything it takes the first 2 or 3 days to work through the scammers. They usually latch on within minutes of posting. Must have a program that flags new postings. Death by unga bunga to all of them I say.
Almost word for word the same as the ones I got in response to my ads on ELC classifieds ages ago. High end goods displaying contact info attracts dodgy as well as genuine people. I very much doubt it is an individual but several or even AI.
I watched a doc last night (probably why I’m in a pissy mood today) about the whole ticketmaster/ticket scalping thing. They interviewed a guy who bought 100000 dollars worth of tickets last year and sold them for 300000. They asked him if he thought that was alright. His answer “if I didn’t do it someone else would “. Really? Is that what humanity is come to.
Oh boy,if I were king of the world for a day. Sumbuddy goin to get a hurtin real bad. That’s my rant for the day.
Tell him to send you a bank cash money order payable upon presentation at the bank and tell him that you will meet his representative for transfer of the jacket at a mall or some other very public place or…. In front of the police station for transfer. If he’s not legit you won’t hear from him again .