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Sierra – Aug 10, 2020

Victim Location 55109

Type of a scam Online Purchase

Offering vehicles for sale that are not really available in an attempt to con people into wire transferring money for the purchase.

Ads for vehicles placed on Facebook Marketplace that where the vehicles are also visible on this website:

Provides a phone number that no one answers.

Requests your email address, phone number, complete name, mailing address, then requesting bank account information.

The claim is that the vehicle is available via a divorce and she just wants to get rid of the vehicle. She claims to live with her parents in Omaha, NE and the vehicle is in an Ebay warehouse there. (the vehicle is not posted on ebay anywhere).

This is a direct quote in the second email from this scam artist.

"Now I’m here in Omaha, Nebraksa, back with my parents after my divorce. My product is already at the eBay warehouse here in Omaha along with all the paperwork and the transaction will be done through them. eBay will handle the shipping, the payment, and the paper exchange. Is ready to be delivered to your place. You will have free shipping and 5 days to test and inspect the product before I receive any money.

If you are really interested in buying the product, please reply with your full name, a delivery address and a phone#. I will forward this to eBay and they will contact you with all the info on how to buy it."

This is for a vehicle (they cost about $800-$1000 to ship across 3 states). Clearly a scam.

Cory – Jul 27, 2020

Victim Location 55959

Type of a scam Online Purchase

This place I seen on facebook marketplace. I was interested in a camper, they had one very clean and new looking but seemed very low cost. So I checked it out with the and come to find out this is not a legit company. So please take them off the internet so no one else gets scammed

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