Small Internet retailers, classified advertisers and individuals contacted by defrauders online are victims of this fraudulent activity.A fraudster posts a nonexistent vehicle for sale to a website, typically a luxury or sports car, advertised for well below its market value. Are you tired of the Maryland bar & club scene, coming home to an empty house, lonely tables-for-one at those romantic Maryland restaurants, disastrous blind dates set up by your matchmaking friends, Maryland local singles groups, singles events and meetings with no results?? Have you tried all the traditional ways to find someone special in Maryland?However, the crook actually uses the VIN to make fake documentation for a stolen car, in order to sell it.A fraudster may pose as a buyer whom will pay by Pay Pal, send a check or money order, wire transfer and tell the buyer he will have a shipping/trucking company haul the car away.
Many online dating services claim to be free, and then surprise you with charges for features such as contacting other members, extensive searching, viewing profiles or photos, etc.
The details of the vehicle, including photos and description, are typically lifted from sites such as Craigslist, Auto and
An interested buyer, hopeful for a bargain, emails the fraudster, who responds saying the car is still available but is located overseas.
I love to travel, going to movies, dinning out sometimes or just chilaxing at home. I will assure any real people reading this that I am real.
Pl First, I want to say the amount of fraud on this site is mind boggling. I am what I say I am, the pictures are of me Are you Ready?
In response, auto sales websites often post warnings to buyers, for example, those on Craigslist which warn not to accept offers in which vehicles are shipped, where funds are paid using Western Union or wire, etcetera, requesting those postings to be flagged as abuse.