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Brooke –

Victim Location 98155

Type of a scam Online Purchase

This is the initial contact from the scammer, followed by the suggestion to pay $20.

FIRST EMAIL – responding to Craigslist Ad"

Hey there. I would like to speak with you. Any accidents reported on it?

If you can, please message me at my personal email instead of here please. I will leave it below for you. Mail has not been going through consistently on Craigslist and I want to make sure we can get in touch with each other.

My email: [email protected]íl-dot-com

Maybe check your spam folder also. I know mail can end up in there sometimes. Talk to you soon. Thanks.

– Luke

Sent from my iPhone

SECOND EMAIL:

Do you have a current vehicle history report?

If not, I suggest getting one at this website: http://VehicleSellerBlog.com

The report is really inexpensive, only $19. Alot cheaper than a Carfax, which is $40. The report will show any major accidents, title issues, if it was stolen, maintenance logs, etc.

You will get a lot more interest providing a report up front. Basically, showing that there is nothing to hide with the vehicle to potential buyers. It definitely helps with speeding up the sale.

Let me know if this helps. Thank you.

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