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Anonymous
North Tazewell, VA, United States
2015-01-14 13:20:29
Classified Ads Scam
Craigslist (craiglist.com)
+1 Mark Jason mjgoody128@gmail.com
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Mark Jason
Email Address:
   mjgoody@gmail.com
I first got a text message from this guy asking me to email him if we still had the product available because he could not receive text messages. I emailed him and the next message he said that he wanted the item and that he would post the money to my paypal account as long as I would send him $1500 to cover his moving fees and then he would reimburse me. Haha yeah right!! And posing as a soldier is another low because this guy sitting behind a computer trying to steal money from people does not even compare to a soldier!!
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Anonymous   () Added the following extra information on :2015-02-03 23:58:25
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Mark Jason
Email Address:
   mjgoody128@gmail.com
This person contacted me in response to an ad I had placed on Craig's List. He offered to buy my item at the listed cost, but would need assistance having it shipped to him since he was a soldier and was deployed. He sent an email stating he had made the payment and I would be contacted by PayPal. I received several emails that appeared as if they were sent by PayPal; however, throughout the emails, there were several claims that this was a safe way to handle transactions and informed me I could not contact PayPal because they process so many transactions and would not be available to take my call. The emails instructed me to send $1500 via Western Union and once I received confirmation, I was to respond to the email with the confirmation number. At that time (and not before), I would see the payment for the item in my PayPal account. Yeah Right!! I responded to his email telling him I was born one day but it wasn't yesterday!

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