eBay Collector Car Scams Are Becoming Low Profile

Doc published THIS VIDEO yesterday about 10 Collector Car Scams that all had similar scammer markings. Today there are only 3 left running on eBay servers.

eBay in there failed way of attempting to keep buyers safe on the site pulled a discussion board post about these scams. They have to know there is a lot of fraud on their website, but love the fees that are charged to someones stolen credit card or hijacked sellers account, so it appears they would rather pull public postings about scams than pull the scam listing itself.

This morning there was only 3 of the scam listings remaining. But their was a person posting on the EBMDG that they were robbed! I published this follow up video to show how the scammers are working their listings. It’s the holiday season and the scammers seem to be increasing their eBay motors listings to fund their holiday spending.

I suggest everyone take the time to watch this video and learn how to spot a scam before you get phished and loose your money! And also visit our YouTube Channel to see all my videos.

And before committing to any Internet vehicle purchase, read my popular article: Internet Car Buying Tips. The Butt you save might just wind up being your own. 😉

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