I posted a vehicle for sale on Craigslist and was contacted by "Andy" stating he was interested in my vehicle. He asked if there were any issues with said vehicle. I responded via email that there was no issues. He responded back to me asking me to get the VIN # checked by going to and spending $19 for the VIN report. From the initial email I was suspicious of a scam, but the 2nd email confirmed it. I responded that I was an Auto Broker and never heard from this clown again. Beware of any emails similar to this. They want you to go to their bogus website and purchase their "report". Once you do that, they have all kinds of info on you and can steal a lot more than $19.

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