VIN Look Ups Review

I recently posted my vehicle on craigslist to sell. Later on that day I received a phone call and I answered it. Before i said anything a males voice broke the silence. It was hard to hear him with lots of road noise or wind in the background. He asked if I was selling this particular vehicle on craigslist, to which I replied "yeah I am." Then the call dropped the minute I responded. Already suspecting it was a scam, I decided to check the phone number to my surprise it was from Pennsylvania, and I do not live anywhere near there. Shortly after that I received a text from the number saying "sorry my phone has terrible reception right now – was interested in your automobile" I responded with "I will only accept cash offers and would it be a problem?"The next text read: it looks perfect online but I have a few questionWhat was the price of your vehicle?And the next one is where things really got weird, it read:One more thing, do you mind sending me a history report of the car to show title is clean and no major accidents?The best place to get one is:Then he proceeded to send me links to a website and an email address to send the report too.Knowing better than to open either of the links, I decided to dig a little deeper. Apparently, I am not the only one to have a similar thing happen to them.While researching, I received another text asking if I was still there and one starting that once they see a report from (totally different link than the first one) maybe we can setup a time for a test drive.But the last one text really got me.It read:awesome look forward to seeing the report 😉 been thinking about getting (the vehicle I posted) for awhile nowFirst of all, no one wants to buy the vehicle I have for sale, because its ugly and no one I have ever met has ever seen one before or even heard of it none-the-less actually wanted to own one.

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