Some tips on avoiding scams:
Best for Your safety to deal locally with people you can meet in
Try to avoid wire service because they has NO buyer protection
offer. Anyone who asks you to use so may be a scammer.
If you are offered more than your asking price - it`s a SCAM!
If the buyer don't care much about the item, just the transaction
- it`s a SCAM!
Fake cashier checks and money orders are common, and banks will
cash them and then hold Your responsibility when the faked check
is discovered later.
Be cautious of emails requiring you to provide your personal and/or
banking information. Never give to anybody Your financial information
- bank account number, social security number, eBay/ PayPal info
and so on...
For your protection hide your email posting your Ad and don`t post
it in the body of your Ad.
Be careful when a seller or buyer is from overseas. Many internet
scams come from overseas. Be also careful when contecter is on a
"trip" overseas and must conduct business from abroad.
Do NOT be enticed to sell to anyone overpaying with a cashiers
check or a money order! If it sounds to be scam, it usually is!
Please be careful in accepting any offer that seems as "off"
or "too good to be true", any overseas transactions, and
any sale that requires a seller to advance or refund any amounts
paid - in 99%.it`s a Scam!
Please note - we are in NO WAY affilate with any seller or buyer,
we are not involved in any transaction or sales.
If you suspect that a posted Ad may be part of a scam, please e-mail
details to us with URL to suspicious Ad in your message.