Scammer Database

Scammer – Fraudulent Ebay email – Craigslist – 2006 Honda Accord EX

Posted in database, ebay spoof, scammer by Chief on March 10, 2010

After exchanging pleasantries with the scammer and sending him my (false) home address, the criminal sent me this fake ebay email:

From: Yahoo!Autos <support@payment-vehicle-protection.com>
Date: Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at xx:xx AM
Subject: eBay Payment Dept.
To: chief@home.com
eBay sent this message to Chief

Your registered name is included to show this message originated from eBay.
Congratulations, the item is yours. Please pay now!
Dear Chief,
Congratulations! You committed to buy the following item:
2006 Honda Accord EX
Sale price:$2,699.00
Quantity:1
Payment:$2,699.00
Estimated delivery:3 days
Shipping & Handling:DAS Shipping Co.
Insurance:(Vehicle Purchase Protection Insurance)
Sales tax:(none)
We will arrange shipping for you buyer within 24 Hours after payment cleared!
Details for Item: 2006 Honda Accord EX
Sale Date:10th of March 2010
Seller:James Hall
Shipping details:[Vehicle Purchase Protection]

Chief
fake street address
fake town, country, zip
United States

Pickup & Shipping:
Seller provides FREE shipping through DAS Shipping Co.
Carrier: U.S. DAS Shipping Co.
Service Type: Priority® (2-3 days)
How to make payment?
1. Locate the nearest MoneyGram® (We recommend to go at the Wal-Mart MoneyGram because there are no limits to send money)
2. Make the payment with cash using the above eBay Representative Agent details:
3. Fax us at: (213) 607-1457 the following details from the payment receipt:
– Reference number – 8 digits number from the payment receipt
– Sender Name and Address
– Receiver Name
– Amount
——————————
eBay Representative Agent Information:
——————————
Full Name: Aaron Williams
City/State/Zip: Atlanta, GA 30350
Country: United States
Marketplace Safety Tip:
1. Pay for your eBay item using instant cash transfer services such as MoneyGram or Western Union. These methods are safe to pay to our eBay Agent. In addition, these payment methods are accepted for the eBay buyer protection programs.
2. The contact information should only be used for resolving matters related to Craigslist. Any other use is strictly prohibited. Remember, you are covered
ONLY if you don’t share the payment info with the seller.
3. This transaction is protected by eBay services such as insurance, feedback and dispute resolution.
4. You may buy and sell with confidence in all transactions with this Craigslist member.
5. If you need to dispute this transaction, keep the transaction number at hand when contacting eBay. Any complaints must be filed within 30 days from the verification date.
This e-mail message was sent to you from eBay team, with the full support of the SquareTrade center.
The seller was informed about this transaction being started and is awaiting confirmation from eBay concerning your payment. It is recommended to send the payment as soon as possible, because your purchase protection is valid for 30 days only.You will not encounter any problems with this transaction, if you will use this method.

Regards,

eBay Payment Dept.
Please do not reply to this message. This is a service email related to your use of eBay Mail.
________________________________

IMPORTANT: Your funds  will not be released to the Seller until you have received and approved the product you are purchasing. We will arrange shipping for you within 24 Hours after payment cleared.

This administrative email was sent from eBay Motors Vehicle Purchase Protection,
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