Yep, I’m a sucker. I see a steal of a deal, and go for it. Lucky for me, others in our area got hit first. Well, almost. She claims Anderson S.C.

This is her story. It isnt uncommon to find this story to be true. I have seen $500 Sportsters, and then asked about them. Normally they are already gone.

I didn’t have the money. So, I mentioned the stupid sweet deal to a friend.  They had already had experience with the scammer, the day before.

I show another friend, and they call her out on a truck! Be careful out there! Scammers are everywhere!

She says it was her husband,  but claims a dealership that does not exist. Another for the books. Then all this crazy crap. Who would believe her?

That is entirely unbelievable! What a hussle. Who would buy a bike that couldn’t come see?


  1. She’s still at it. I used to fo fraud investigations. The entire shipping thing is crap. Trying to sell a Rav4 car on Facebook!! A year after your post. I found yours by searching scam and her name. Yours is nit tge only one. I always report postings to fb ir craigslist but now that I have her email address I can extract her computer IP address and see her cuty and country and will turn her over to the FBI. Lol people akways think if you are on fb or craifskist yiu never has a career ubcedtifating fraud on FBI cases Homeland Sexueity and Secret Service. I used it on data sights too! Lol then I know uf I’m really talking to a 19 year old Nigerian scamnar instead of the 50 tear old white model photo the stole. Criminals are alwats stupid and akwats leave a trail. Oddly I’ve seen these ebay thing before but didn’t pay attention. But now it seems to be the new scam


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