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are being SCAMMED Daily!
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accounts of the scams. These schemes are raking in up to $300
million dollars a year from innocent hard working victims in the
US. If you have been a victim of one of these scammers, you can
contact the US Secret Service.
We have included this page
with personal experiances of the global auto scams. Hopefully
reading some of the stories here will give you enough insight not
to get caught up in this type of scam. If you think its a scam,
just avoid contact completely. These people are criminals and
will stop at nothing to get your money. So don't even e-mail them
back, not even once. They will hound you, threaten and harass you,
after all they are criminals. What more would you expect.
If you are being
contacted by a scammer, cut them off. Do not respond to them. It
will only get you deeper into a continualy worsening situation.
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Bob Writes - We
decided to e-mail one of the scammers and ask them for their
information to send them a western union transfer. Of course
beliving that we were one of the people they had convinced to
send them money they replied with the following info:
ADENIYI ADEBOWALE OLASUKANMI
Our surprise was that they had
claimed to be from the UK and now they are from Nigeria. Maybe
they should get their story straight. If you have any requests
from this person to send money, avoid it.
Thanks to Bob
I have been a victim of the Nigerian scam.. not from your web
site though... The buyer was from Spain.. he said. Well, he told
me he was sending me a money order of $6,000.00 when I was
selling my car for $1,500.00 he said the rest was going to be
used to export the car overseas. I didnt get the money by the
time he told me I would so I went ahead and sold it to someone
else. So he calls me when I receive the money order and asks me
to please cash it and wire him the money through Western Union
because the money order wont do him no good with my name on it..
So nice little me went and deposited it into my bank account..
The next day they gave me the 6,000.00 and I wired him the money..
a week later the bank tells me that there was a stop payment on
the money order.. So now I owe the bank $6,000.00.
I am a 21 year old female living on my own, making a bit over
minimum... I feel like I am in a hole, the FBI, police, or the
bank wont help me. The bank wants their money and have me on
collections. If you guys know of anyone that went through the
same thing and has any tips on what to do... I would really
Thank to Patricia
Joe Writes - We
are in the process of trying to sell a 1960 Chevy Corvair and we
ran into some strange problems. After posting the car on one free
website we started to recieve mail from people who claim to be
overseas. They all seemed to want to buy the car right away. They
also wanted pictures even though there were pictures and a
detailed description. The first one we recieved said he was from
Spain, he really wanted to buy the car, even after we raised the
price. He wanted to send a certified check for almost double the
amount and then have us send the shipper the rest. We were very
suspicious so we decided to write up an agreement for him to sign
ensuring we recieve all the money. He disappeared after that.
Several others emailed and we kept raising the price higher and
higher just for a joke since we were not planning on even selling
to anyone outside the U.S. Hopefully we will stop getting these
emails, but for now we like playing games with them just to get
back at them ! for what they do to inoccent people. So far we got
emails claiming they are from New Zealand, Scotland, Africa,
England, and Spain.
Here are some of the email names we have recieved:
Kasclevert@yahoo.com (said he was from Spain)
email@example.com (said he was from Africa)
Thanks to Joe
Pete Writes: We
were going to sell a 1970 camaro to a guy over in Holland. It
seemed pretty strange when he kept offering more money for the
car. We set a price for 20,000.00 and then heard nothing for
three weeks. Then he e-mails us that his grandmother passed away
and blah blah blah. He wanted to send a western union check and
to pick up the car the same day. I felt kind of strange about the
ordeal and called Western Union. They would not tell me anything
until I mentioned the word scam and then she let it spill. This
is fraud, the checks are no good and that's why they try to pick
up the car the same day. I outsmarted him and told him I was onto
this and informed authorities. If I remember right this was a few
months ago his name was Asten and I think he was either at aol.com
or netzero and his address was not able to be traced. Be on the
Thanks to Pete
I had a 1949 Pontiac
SilverStreak posted and received 2 inquiries. One from Belgium
and one from Chicago. I made the deal with the Chicago offer and
it turned out to be the Cashier's Check from Nigeria. I took the
check to my bank and asked them to verify it. They were able to
verify it was a fake in a matter of minutes. The Cashier's check
was drawn on a bank in MT and FEDEX'd from Nigeria. The people
are still trying to get me to send them the money. They were to
buy the car for $2500 and sent the check for $6000 for me to
Weastern Union the difference to her Personal Assistant who would
pay the shipper and send them for the car. They are now trying to
threaten me with some attorney. I turned around and threatened
them with the FBI and Secret Servicewho have both told me to cut-off
communication with them.
Her name is LindaGrey@keromail.com
Thanks to John