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Thread: Watch for "Want to Buy" Scammers

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    Member Boeder's Avatar
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    When I was in law school our contracts professor, who by the way had worked his way through law school playing trumpet in a jazz band in the 30's, always said "if it's too good to be true, it probably is"
    I'd laugh about "Michael Allen" but some poor slugs somewhere are going to get taken in by his cons.

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    I think a scammer emerged after my wtb post

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    I just got a reply to my ad for oil lines. Nice pictures of the lines, low price. I used Google to search the picture and it found them on old listings in Ebay and a parts dealer.
    Good to check the pictures.

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    I’ve just had a PM from someone with zero posts responding to my WTB, claiming they have the 100l fuel tank instrument cluster for ‘72 T/E/S which is a rare as hens teeth but claims they can’t post any pictures of it on here and wants me to contact him by email. Not likely!
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    '72 S Coupe 230 0347 (2-owner tangerine unicorn)

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