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I want to buy this Mint Sleeper,and need to know how much are you asking for it? and please i can only pay using ( pay pal ),and after payments has been made i will arrange for pick up of the Mint Sleeper,Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a nice day,
Subject : hello
Name : david
Phone : 000-000-0000
Hello, I want to purchase your item if it's still available for sale, What is the final price and what is the condition of the item? I would like to pay using PayPal, After payments has been made i will arrange for pick up of the item as soon as possible...Looking forward in reading back from you soonest
Q#1. How long have you owned it?
Q#2. Have you owned it from new? If not how many previous owner?
Q#3.Why are you selling it?
Q#4. In your opinion, what sort of conditions it?
Q#5. Any more available photo?
Q#6. How much are you asking for it?
Q#7. Do you accept a (PayPal)as a mode of payment.
Scam Alert for Sellers - Scam Alert
To all advertisers,
Please beware of a scam where someone offers to buy your car
with a certified check and comes up with a reason to write the
check for significantly more than the asking price and request
the seller to wire the difference to someone else.
They will send you a counterfeit check and your bank may clear
the check, however, in a week or so, the check turns out to be
counterfeit and the bank requires the car seller to cover the
money for the phony check.
To avoid falling for such a scam call the issuing bank prior
to accepting the check and then wait seven to ten days after deposit
to find out if a check has cleared the issuing bank before doing
anything with that money or handing over the title to the car.
If it sounds too good to be true than guess what? It has come
to my attention that scammers will post fake ads using stolen credit cards. The address
on the ad will be USA but usually the seller will be overseas. They will try to get
you to Western Union cash. The phone number will probably not be valid. If you are
on E-bay often you may have noticed the same problem there. The scammers will hi-jak
someone else's profile so they will appear to have positive feedback. They will try
to get you to make the deal outside of e-bay. Read the first line in this paragraph