Details of Scam Report
|Name||Albert Morrison ⇒|
|Email Addressemail@example.com ⇒|
Albert Morrison initially contacted me via a text message to my smart phone. I regret deleting that message as now I do not have his phone number. At any rate, "Mr. Morrison" requested I contact him via email which I did. Morrison was responding to a classic car ad I had placed on the KSL.com website where I was offering for sale a 1951 MG TD. Morrison later on referred me, as a character reference, to a Google Circles site that advertised a website in Holland for a landscaping firm. All emails responses from Morrison had the classic car scam attributes: Wants to buy the car without first inspecting it; had no problem with he price; did not want to see additional pictures of the car; broken English text in emails that pointed to an issue with English not being a 'first language'; and most of all, wanting to use Paypal as the payment medium. Steer clear of this clown!!! My research is showing he has built quite a reputation out on the web. There are others that he has used this very same email address on. Avoid at all costs.
Below is Morrison's last email message to me. Note the spelling and grammar.
Craig, I understand but I've bought severally on KSL this way and it weren't like this but have had people give me good feedback . You can view it on Google Circle and also about me. Let me know if you want us to proceed.
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