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11/2018: Beware fraudulent buyer, various emails -- pays with too large check (bogus), then wants refund (real).
Don't email us; report fraudulent buyers here.
|This is not a complete list! It is trivially easy for a scammer to get a new email address and start posting on a site. Please carefully read and follow the guidelines above.|
The following users have been banned for repeated reports of fraudulent transactions:|
9/14 - 1/15: These are likely all the same scammer, using numerous aliases/usernames/emails (there are probably others):
Amy Craig, amycraig6, amycraig66, email@example.com
Annie Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Claire Campbell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacquelyn King, Jacquelyn222@rocketmail.com
Lulu Jacob, email@example.com
Mary Coleman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Wise, email@example.com
Susan Worley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tommy Worley, email@example.com
Valerie Lawson, firstname.lastname@example.org
... and others.
Often selling Teaching Textbooks, but also Christian Heroes, Elsie Dinsmore, or other items, or may say she has materials on your Wanted list. Will ask you to use PayPal's "Friend" payment (which is dishonest and also limits your ability to file a complaint).
Darla McAlpine, Trinity McAlpine
If you believe you have been contacted by one of these persons, try to get as much information as possible -- full name, phone, email addresses (particularly paypal address), mailing address, membername. If these differ from what we show, send them to us.
If you believe you have been defrauded, please do the following: