Thomas tries to purchase an item from me through Facebook. He agrees to make a deal with me, however, he is from out of state namely Alabama. He agrees to purchase it, however, he wants his "mover" to pick up the item. He then sends me a cashier’s check to my address, which I have provided to him. When I got the check I noticed it was $1100.00 more than the item.The item I was selling was $120.00 He later explained that was just for the mover’s fee and shipment fee. He then asked me to send $200 dollars for the mover using MoneyGram so he can pick up the item and $900 to Western Union.Now, when I tried to transfer the $900 at my local Safeway, I noticed that the money transferred was refused by Western Union because I called them to confirm it and they said that they suspect that I am becoming a victim of a scam.I alerted all the payments I have made today for MoneyGram and WesternUnion to cancel the amounts about to be given. They warned me that since it’s a cashier’s check, the person with the check can cancel and then suddenly I end up paying a huge ransom for his "fees."