Offerup Review

Seller listed locally a Dark Blue 2003 Ford Ranger Edge 4WD, 119,000 miles, w/black tank cover, seller informs buyer to contact seller at [email protected] Seller emails you that her husband died 5 months ago, she’s in the Army in the medical field and training to go overseas and needs to sell the truck by 1/15/2020. She offers to let you test drive the truck for 5 days, then you can pay her through eBay invoice, she then forwards a fake invoice for the amount, but later changed her instructions that you have to buy eBay Gift Cards and place $200 on each card, mail it to her, then she’ll transports the truck to you. She will ask for your name and eBay ID, (I never saw any direct notices from eBay when I looked at my eBay acct). Later on the app I noticed the same truck listed in another city, I contacted the seller (Sandra), and she provided me with the same email address as the listing I responded to.

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