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I reported him about an hour ago.

Whenever you see one of the pictures is a scan of words giving you instructions, you can bet it's a scam



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Easy to tell - does it look too good to be true? If yes then it isn't true.


P.S. I pertickerlarly enjoyed the one listed as "TRIUMPH JC MIDGE SPITFIRE"...

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If you click on “see other items for sale” you almost always find dozens of cars, motorbikes, motor homes, boats, caravans, diggers etc., etc. Very often there are a dozen or so pages by the same lowlife.


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