Saturday scams

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by paulmold, Mar 9, 2013.

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    You are dead right here.They do not have red brick houses or trees in Stornaway to the best of my recollection and there is no chance of anyone going to look at these vans in such a remote corner of the UK so the scam will be money first I guess!
     
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    Old eBay is getting good at pulling these adds of quick all links are dead
     
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    Yes there were three motorhomes on this account last night but I don't understand how the scam works. The company address is legit, so is the phone number. There is no 'buy it now' button on a classified advert so surely if you wanted to buy you would phone the seller but the number quoted is Calder Leisure's. They can't have diverted the landline number to a scammers phone, can they?
     
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