----- Original Message ----- From: <email@example.com> To: Sent: Saturday, August 18, 2007 1:50 AM Subject: Dropzone.com Classifieds - Response to your Ad
On 17-Aug-2007 someone submitted their contact information in response to your ad in the Dropzone.com Classifieds. Please reply to this email to contact the person directly.
Username => akano
Name => Dennis
FromEmail => firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments => i saw your addy placed for sale on the site and i am much intrested in it.i will like to know the total asking price for the item,.Get back to me via my email email@example.com with the total asking price,hoping to doing business with you.looking forward to hear from you.
DO NOT do business with anyone who offers to send you payment for a higher amount than your selling price with the understanding that you'll send back the balance.
Be suspicious of anyone claiming to be acting on behalf of a "client" or another "customer".
Be suspicious of anyone claiming to be from Nigeria or West Africa
If you agree to accept a check payment, then do not send anything, gear or "change" before the check cleared. And be careful, if you manage to clear a fraudulent check then you may be liable for the damages if the bank finds out later. Make sure your bank authenticates the check.
If it sounds to good to be true, then it probably is.
Thanks for the reply. I am ok with your asking price which is $4,600 and am ready to add $200 to it making $4,800 am going to pay for the item.i will make the shipment myself via my shipper,he will be the one to come and pick up the item from you after the payment has been made to you,so dont bother yourself about the shiping.i will also be making my payment via a certified check,so get back to me if my mode of payment is accepted and we can proceed on this transaction.Looking forward to doing business with you.
Big time scam........ Thanks DZ.com for having this service. MFFI431 "