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    Upset Ebay seller

    Do you think that this user is legal?

    http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQfgtpZ1QQ...ssZkristah5213

    Does anyone know the suitable Ebay email address to report this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skritikos
    Do you think that this user is legal?

    http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQfgtpZ1QQ...ssZkristah5213

    Does anyone know the suitable Ebay email address to report this?
    Looks like a scammer, no history, free shipping? all bids starting so low, all builds very temping. A lurer, no paypal only accepts personal cheks/money orders.... BEWARE!

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    listed under Crafts>Macrame....one would be foolish to put their money on the table for any one those.
    "A splendid time was had by all and all were had." ~ Wire Train

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    Yes I agree, but is there any way that we can help?
    Is there an email address to report cases like this?

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    Fraud!!

    Looks like they stole the pictures/info off RichardsBicycles.com for the bikes and kelkoo.com the electronics. FRAUD!!

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    Nope. These guys are CONSTANTLY popping up on ebay. Their listings are always in wierd categories (like bikes in "macrame" for example!). They tell you not to bid on them, but to shoot them an email and they'll tell you how to get one of their bikes at a "buy it now" price. They'll respond, telling you something ridiculous, like you can get a fully built 5-Spot or Flux, for example, for $1,200. Simply place the $1,200 in an "established" escrow company, which is actually bogus. Never, ever, ever go near them. Remember - on ebay and everywhere else in life - if the deal is too good to be true, it probably is.

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    just looked and it said:

    This seller is not currently offering any items for sale. This page was last updated: Oct-24 22:28

    funky...
    No, I'm NOT back!

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    I hope that this thread helped a bit

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    he's not offering anything for sale....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbz
    he's not offering anything for sale....
    He was but, as always, he deleted everything when he detected many hits on the pages.....

    Is it a good idea to start posting users like these here?

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