By texasdeathmatch 28 Comments
I would love to come check out this car. Please let me know if you are available during the weekends, or week day nights, thanks!
I'm glad to see your inquiry about my car. It is a 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid with Navigation,Sunroof,Leather,Bluetooth,only 68,800 miles, one non smoker owner, the car is in EXCELLENT condition the body and paint are immaculate, no scratches and no dents the interior is clean it has never been involved in any kind of accident.The car was payed off,the title is clear with no loan or lien on it. I am selling at this price ($4,200.00) because I'm pregnant with a baby on the way. Now I'm almost 30 weeks. My doctor tells me I’m right on track, my little girl it's coming to this world, so I’m bound to sell the car because I need money fast. The financial part of this deal will be managed by the Google Checkout Program (they are acting like a third party in our deal). Which means that the payment will be handled by Google and you will benefit of the 5 days inspection time period and the option to accept or reject the car on my expense. I can send you more details about how exactly the Google Checkout Program works, but please get back to me asap if you have cash money and if you are ready to buy.
> so pregnant and wants to go through the famous search engine, Google, for my payment? questionable already. So I asked again if I could PHYSICALLY see the car:
Great to hear from you. The car looks amazing, is it possible for me to come check it out sometime this weekend? Google Checkout sounds fine, if you could explain it to me the details of how it all works, that would be awesome. Thanks!
The car will be shipped from Houston Texas and I will pay all the shipping fees and insurance for the transport. The car will be delivered at your home and you will not have to pick it up. The shipping will take 3-5 days and you will have to be home and sign the delivery papers.According with Google Checkout you have 5 days from the time you receive the car to inspect it and decide if you want to keep it or not. Here is how it will work:
1.First of all I will need the following details from you:
- Full Name
- Full Shipping Address
- Phone #
2. After I will receive the details from you, I will forward them to Google.
3. After they will process your info, they will send us both invoices. The invoice will contain the necessary details on how to make a refundable payment.
4. Google will contact me and I will ship the car to you. After you receive the car you will have 5 days to test, verify and do whatever you need with the car.If you will decide to buy it, then I will receive the payment details from Google so that I can pick up the money.
5. If you decide that you will not buy the car, Google will refund the money and I will have the shipping company come pick up my car from your location.
If you wish to make the transaction, please send me the necessary info so we can proceed. I look forward to hear from you.
> okay, so at this point I'm pretty confident it's a scam. Houston, really? So now I just want to f*ck with her, clearly I have no interest in buying the car, so I make up a little fib:
That sounds awesome! My older brother actually lives in Houston, so he'd be totally down to go check it out for me. He's a huge car enthusiast so it actually would be better for him to see it than me. Where is the car located? Please let me know, and I'd be happy to give you all that information, thanks!
>I'm driving to work and can't wait till I get there to write this, so excuse the lack of sharp wit, I was weaving in-between cars while typing this:
Well, Lacy, let me ask you this, how lucrative of a lifestyle is it conning people from Craigslist. Im interested in a career change and you were very convincing at first. Assuming you're still reading this, there were a few loop holes in your elaborate tale. First off, why are you traveling 2 months if you have a baby coming soon? To me, that is extremely irresponsible. Also, why the hell would I buy a car from Houston, f*ckin Texas when Im halfway across the country. You could easily make more trading in a dealership, ive already asked a few dealers what they'd take a car like a 2007 camry hybrid for, it's worth at LEAST $15,000. I must admit though, this was pretty good compared to the half retarded scams I get from people abroad. Anyways, if you ever find yourself pointing a loaded gun to your head after living an amoral life scamming complete strangers for a couple thousand to pay off that bookie or dealer you owe, just remember, you've impressed me. Take care!
There's my story. Just wonderin', what are some of the most ridiculous scams you've run into?