Scammer Database

More Ebay forgery emails

Posted in database, ebay spoof, scammer by Chief on December 12, 2009

I include below an email from a typical scammer falsely portraying the role of an Ebay representative.  Any verbiage similar to this is from a scammer. Never send money via Moneygram or Western Union to a stranger. Your money will be lost to the criminal.

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In order to complete this transaction you need to go personal with CASH in hand at any local Wal-Mart in your area. Go to the Money Gram office and wire the funds using our agent’s name and address from the invoice as a receiver. Once we receive the payment confirmation we will instruct the seller to start the shipping process. After that you will receive the tracking number, bill of sale and bill of lading. All that are copy, the original comes along with the merchandise and all the documents. Our eBay agent will hold your payment until you will send us the confirmation that you are satisfied with the product you received. If you decide to keep the merchandise, our eBay agent will release the funds to the seller. In case that you will not keep the merchandise, you will ship the merchandise back on seller’s expense and our eBay agent will send you a full refund in maximum 48 hours. *After you wire the funds, please confirm the payment by sending us the next details from the Money Gram payment receipt:* * * – Reference # – 8 digits number from the payment receipt – Sender Name and Address – Receiver’s Name and Address – Exact Amount Also please confirm the payment by sending us a fax with the Money Gram receipt at our fax # Thank you, eBay Financing Center Customer Support Vehicle Purchase Protection Program


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