eBay Still Allowing Blatant Vehicle Phishing Scams

Fraudulent eBay Motors Vehicle Terms Of Sale Policy

Alleged 0 feedback fraudulent sellers are still listing phishing sucker bait cars on eBay Motors and trolling for suckers. Here are our suspected used car scams for 08/10/2013. It’s been probably better than a month since i did an eBay Motors phishing scam video, and it appears nothing has changed. It’s really quite simple – the company want’s to keep putting on sales seminars to sign up more dealers to list cars at $50 per car, plus featured and reserve fees, etc. But they are still ignoring the phishing scams…

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Phishing Scams Continue On eBay NO END In Sight!

Know The Internet Car Scam Warning Signs

Fraudsters are up bright and early listing their phishing auctions. Every day it seems there are new FREE seller accounts registered with high dollar vehicles listed for sale. “Yep every vehicle seller gets SIX FREE listings in a 12 month period. They burn up the account and come back for more under another ID. It’s nothing but a revolving door of fraud. eBay eventually pulls most of the fraudulent listings, but the fraudsters just come back and register another account and the cycle of fraud continues.” I personally feel this…

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eBay Car Scams Phishing “Sucker Bait” 06/08/2013

Beware Of Internet Vehicle Bank Wire Deposit Phishing Scams

Here are today’s automobile phishing scam listings on eBay Motors They are ALL “NEW” ZERO (0) FEEDBACK SELLERS (SCAMMERS). I prefer to call these type of listing sucker bait. Fraudsters are listing non-existent bait cars in an attempt to hook a sucker and reel em in with fraudulent emails. We start with this 2005 Grand Cherokee Laredo that is listed by “loimp33” for only $4400 (181154570583). Next is this 2005 Toyota Tundra Limited that looks gorgeous for only $4800 by “11.oil” (221237905277). Next is this 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe Z-71 for…

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Another eBay Car Buyer Scammed $9,000 LOST

ebay car scammer

It starts with a car for sale with a dirt cheap price. Before the buyer knows it his money is gone! Folks.. Come On – Wise Up. Don’t swallow the sucker bait! From this eBay Motors Forum Post: E-Bay Scam on e-bay autos-Invoice from e-bay motors no ligit!! Apr 2, 2013 05:20 PM I purchased a car from e-bay motors, so I thought I was. Had several discussion with seller, several e-mails, received invoice from e-bay motors confirming the transaction just like the seller said would happen. Invoice adked for…

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Another Victim Snared In An eBay Motors Scam Deal

Vehicle Scam Alert

Here is another tale of woe from someone that did not do their used car purchase homework! From this eBay Motors Discussion: EBAY SHOULD HAVE BETTER SCAM WARNINGS!!!! Jun 28, 2012 05:01 PM As scammers get better and better…eBay needs to KEEP UP! We thought we were dealing with eBay purchasing an auto…they were good.  They got us! Look out for:  David Soik – Auto Owner Jim Sanders and David Miller eBay Motors vpptransactions.com We Learned a hard costly lesson and do not want any one else to suffer. I…

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A Not So Common eBay Motors Scam Explained

Should I Sell My Car On eBay?

This is not the usual run of the mill used car scam where the fraudster is plastering a BIG BUY NOW PRICE and Screaming Contact Me in the listing. It actually looks like an amateur seller with a simple text description and 1 photo. An under bidder was contacted by the seller and offered a second chance offer. Lucky for that person, they asked for advice on the websites discussion board. At least that’s one potential victim that didn’t get defrauded out of their money. But there are many more…

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Beware Of eBay Vehicle Purchase Protection Scams

Example eBay Motors Vehicle Identity Theft Scam Invoice For SUV Payment

Beware of fraudsters offering unrealistically low priced cars trucks vans suvs motorcycles on eBay Motors and elsewhere on the net. Scammers are also running fraudulent second chance offers that could steal your money and identity. Despite the hiding of eBay user id’s, fraudsters are somehow offering phony second chance offers. It seems like every time the ecommerce giant fixes something, or adds another feature, they hose something else up in the process. Fraudsters hustling eBay members is nothing new. It’s been going on for several years that we know of.…

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