RE: 2007 Jayco Jayflight 29BHS 29\' Travel Trailer - Scamalot

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Ron Burk
Kansas City, MO, United States
2012-05-08 13:35:46
Auction/eBay Scam
eBay (www.ebay.com)
+1 RE: 2007 Jayco Jayflight 29BHS 29' Travel Trailer
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
   Ransdell Jane E SSgt USAF ACC 23 FSS FSVF
Email Address:
   Ransdell Jane E SSgt USAF ACC 23 FSS FSVF
Hi Ron,
Here are the pics. Right now I am at the military base getting ready for Afghanistan. This means that I am doing a special training and I am not allowed to get out of the unit. The camper is already at the shipping company in Topeka KS sealed and ready for the shipping. My presence won\'t be necessary because I prearranged the deal with eBay. The deal includes free delivery and it will arrive at your address in 3 days. You will have 5 days to test it and inspect the camper prior to making any purchase and if by any reason you find something you don\'t like about it you can send it back at my expense.
If you are interested in knowing more info about how it works, i can ask eBay to send you an email with more information on how to purchase it. eBay will contact you shortly after they have the details with all the information that you need to complete this deal and you will also have proof that I am covered by them and a legitimate seller. If you would like to receive the email from eBay will all the transaction information please reply with your full name, full address plus ph# and they will contact you right away.

Regards
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Tonya Sandoval   (US) Added the following extra information on :2012-05-14 21:28:19
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Name:
   Bryan Foster
Email Address:
   bryan.foster@msn.com
This is almost the exact wording of the response to Ron. I contacted "Bryan through Craigslist. What a creep he is to use the fake death of a child!
I am so glad I googled a 2007 Keystone trailer for sale, or I would have never found this site. Thank you so much...
From: bryan.foster@msn.com
Subject: RE: 2007 Keystone SUMMERLAND 6200 Date: Mon, 14 May 2012 21:25:09 +0000
Hello Tonya,
Please let me explain to you the process of this transaction and you can decide if you want to proceed or not. As I told you in my first email, I recently lost my son. I also got a new job and moved to Omaha Nebraska in order to start over. I'm in Omaha Nebraska but my presence won't be necessary because I prearranged the deal with eBay. The camper is in Omaha at the shipping company, ready to be delivered. The deal includes free delivery and it will arrive at your address in 3 days. You will have 5 days to test it and inspect the camper prior to making any purchase and if by any reason you find something you don't like about it you can send it back at my expense. If you want to make this deal I need the following details from you: full name, address, and phone#. Once I have your info I will forward them to eBay to get things started. eBay will contact you shortly after they have the details with all the information that you need to complete this deal and you will also have proof that I am covered by them and a legitimate seller. Waiting for your email with the requested details.
Regards

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