Re: Possible scammer at work
Bottom line for me - If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
When the email address or physical address of the seller is different from the address listed in QRZ.com or the FCC database, it should arouse suspicion.
I can't imagine any one ham would have that many rigs for sale at one time.
An estate sale, maybe, but that would normally be clearly stated.
THINK, and be safe out there in internet land!
On 5/16/2016 6:21 PM, Tom k2bew firstname.lastname@example.org [4sqrp] wrote:
This is at least the 4th time these messages have circulated through all the HAM groups in the past 6 months, and I have heard of at least one person that lost money to him. What I am surprised about is some people still question whether or not it is a scam on some lists. It is a bait and switch they tell you they moved and have an address other then the one listed with the FCC and try to get you to send them money to it.