On 8-Oct-2009 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 => kells45
Name => kelly
FromEmail => firstname.lastname@example.org
City => murcia
Country => spain
Comments => Hello i have a client thats interested in the purchase of the Spectre 135 need to know the final price of it or if you can let go for$1000 and would love to see more pics if available thanks
Some of the language is similar to that used in previous scams. Maybe the OP knows more than that. I'd rather not be more specific, to avoid giving helpful tips to the scammer. (Fortunately, they haven't changed style much during recent years.)
No info in user profile, never logged in = first red flags.
When the buyer has a "client", good bet buyer is a scammer.
Look at all the other warning threads listed below and you will notice the pattern.
Sends you check with extra money asking you to cash it and send extra cash back to him. If they want money by Western Union, you have a scammer. By the time the bank realizes check is bad, you are out the cash and hopefully haven't actually sent goods. Or you are out money and your property. If they will take care of shipping by having their shipper pick up gear. Scammer.