Fake Escrow Companies – Escrow Fraud

Escrow companies can be very helpful assisting a transaction between buyer and seller safely, but you ought to make sure you are using a legit service. Once a deal between a buyer and a seller is established, its time to make a transaction. If you suspect anything fishy then a service like escrow can come in handy. The buyer will send funds directly to the escrow service, then they will notify the seller to ship out the goods. Once the goods arrive at your doorstep you have an inspection period to verify the legitimacy of goods. If everything proves to be okay, escrow releases the funds to the buyer. As you see in this situation, buyers and sellers can not scam one another and the deal goes smoothly, that is unless you run into a bogus escrow company.

Scammers can set up a fake escrow website. They promise you to provide escrow services, but once you make a payment believing you are doing a safe transaction the fake escrow website will take your money and disappear. It is a growing problem and you should always check your escrow company before you do anything at all. Here is a list of legit and verified escrow sites:

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  1. Hi!

    My name is Mike Ashley and I believe I may have found a possible fraud on the net and thought you should know.

    http://www.live-shipping.tk/ This link will take you directly to their web site and you can judge for yourself. I had sent a guy an e-mail about purchasing a BIG DOG Chopper for $5800.00. He responded within minutes and claimed that the bike was in the shipping yard of this company awaiting a buyer and he had paid all expenses. I sent an e-mail to the company to ask for verification that the bike was in fact real and where he said it was and faster than I could return to my e-mail from their web site I had received a return e-mail from “the Company” giving me almost verbatim every word he had given to me.

    Without this web address the site doesn’t seem to exist. Or at least Google cant seem to find it no matter what I type into it. If you type the web address into Google it brings up more discerning info…try it for yourself and see.

    I don’t want this to be a scam…cause if it’s real, the deal is unreal. But I don’t want to let something go uninvestigated and find out it hurt someone else.

    If you have any questions my e-mail address is [email protected]

  2. Hi! I wish I had stumbled across this website 10 days ago. I also came across a “too good to be true” deal on craigslist. The seller sounded legit, but it ended up with live-shipping.tk/ as the 3rd party. The seller had a TC33D New Holland compact tractor with 72″ mower deck for sale. He stated that 1/2 of the money was needed up front via MoneyGram and the balance would be COD. Stupid me sent the first half and barely notified live-shipping company and they e-mailed back and said that I needed to send the balance ASAP before they would ship the tractor, and if I didn’t send the money(backed out of the deal), “we will stop shipment immediately and you will receive a refund in 30 days.However, please understand all shipping costs will be lost and deducted upon your behalf, due to this problem.”(this quote was in red print!!). I talked to my county’s sheriff’s dept and they told me there wasn’t much I could do to get my “down-payment” back, as I didn’t send in the balance and give them a chance to ship the item. I am wondering how much the shipping costs will be? Thanks for reading and beware!

  3. Hi i have also come across the same person that is saying that he had the tractor, i sent him anouther email wanting to know if there is anouther way we could go about this and ive not gotten anything back . now i know why

  4. I ran across this same guy but this time he was selling two jetskis and a trailer for $5800. He said that he was working at an offshore oil rig and had no access to a phone. The skis were already at shipping company which was live shipping. After several back and forth emails I got the feeling things weren’t right and searched for the shipping website away from his website. It didn’t exist but thankfully I found this one and it saved me some headaches.

  5. wow i have just met the same jetski guy that john did he said word for word what he said to me that he said to john i have been stringing him on for over a week now just to waste his time like he has done to me. thank god i found this site

  6. another person, very similar situation trying to sell a motorcycle via craigslist, again shipping with live-shipping.tk and on an oil rig! I read about these scams on a few sites with ship-american.com im getting the same feeling from this as well. Search the email [email protected] and it comes up with a bunch of listings of the same bike in different locations. Also he is selling a motorhome in the use and canada!!!

  7. I was shopping on Craigslist today and ran across a backhoe I thought was a steal. Guess the price? $5800. Sounds familiar huh. I also looked up the website live shipping.tk . If your sharp you’ll notice a few spellimg errors. That immediately indicated a fraudulent web site. Watch out!

  8. I ‘ve received a great numbers of a e-mail of a company called WHCRREA, and a man called William Davies, and Bill Benson, they are all scams, be carefull with this email [email protected] don’t send money to this man and his company, It is all fake.OK

  9. I had an expensive piece of jewlery listed on craigslist and a man named “David Smith” contacted me and offered me $200.00 over my asking price, stating he wanted it shipped asap for his sons birthday. Well, he said he paid via “Alert Pay” and I did infact recieve several emails from alert pay saying that “David Smith” had paid the $1200.00, but the money order wouldn’t be delivered to me until AFTER I had sent the shipping confirmation number. “David Smith” said he lived in Canada but wanted the piece shipped to his son “Dennis Dunsford” in Anaheim CA. Without really thinking about it I went ahead and shipped the piece, notifed “Alert Pay” of the shipping confirmation number – and now it’s as if they have dissapeared. I am not even getting any return email from the “David SMith” guy. I am just sick about it! And the more I think about it, I should have seen it coming – willing to pay more than I asked, have to ship before get money, the “son” having a different name than the father. (could be a step father I guess).
    Do NOT send any money or ship any items to this guy!

  10. i was selling my front mount intercooler on craigslist for $200 and just got a chech in the mail for 2,850.00$ dont know what to do with it he said its to cover shipping to canada ? sugestions?

  11. It is probably a fake check or “dirty money” that needs to be cleaned. If he cashed in the money himself, he could be traced, so he needs to clean it.

    Look (use the search) for the article on “money laundering”, “check fraud” and “money magic llc”. Read the comments as well.

    All these may have something similar with your case.

  12. My name is Telma and I was stolen by a man called William Davies and your fake company WHCRREA.His company promisses job and houses in USA, Canadá, and UK, be carefull.He should be in a jail.

  13. I have been scammed for $40K on a eBay purchase of a pickup. I payed through a scam escrow company named eMutualTrust.us. The seller and the fake escrow company turned out to be using the same computer IP address. Now I’m down $40K with no truck to show for it.

    The website provider told me to take a hike, saying he had no intention of removing the site, unless directed by the courts.

    Before the end of the auction, I wrote to eBay and told them I was concerned about possible inconsistencies in the item description. They wrote back and said to continue with the auction as the deal was insured for up to $50K. After the sale, they now say I am not eligible for the insurance since I had been out of the country briefly during the auction. Apparently, this condition is in small print somewhere on their website.

    As far as I am concerned, eBay bears partial culpability on another level. I have since read reports of warnings about these same people being removed from eBay soon after customers post them.

    My best advise is don’t buy or sell anything on eBay, or other on-line auction, unless you can afford to lose your cash / item because it is a jungle out there.

  14. hi my name is dennis dunsford and i live in anaheim read the above comment i was born in england and my dad died years ago his name was edward dunsford if youwant to contact me at [email protected] in will try and find out who you parcel was delivered to

  15. I wanted to write a reply to this post as it was quite interesting as these people thought i was stupid and knew i was a Private investigator and still tried to scam me. Shame on them. Enjoy

    Response e-mail #1:

    Hi I’m Thomas,
    The jet ski’s and the trailer are still for sale. They are in perfect shape. Here are some more pics: http://picasaweb.google.com/twine71/Two2007YamahaJetSkiWaverunnersFXSeriesWTrailer . (Deluxe Blue Yamaha FX Cruiser High Output with only 22.2 hours,Black Yamaha FX High Output with only 21.9 hours and 2007 Com-Fab Double Ski Trailer).I have a clear title to the 2 (two) jet skis and the trailer.It has been garaged and never drove on saltwater. I am forced to sell quickly because I need money to pay the mortgage on my house.
    My final price is $ 5.100( price includes the 2 jetskis and the trailer).I already has tons of emails so I hope you understand that I need to sort them out. I will take in consideration only those buyers who are really interested in buying the jet ski’s, to be sure that I don’t waste my time with endless discussions. This way, I shall be assured of the serious intentions.
    Thank you.
    P.S. If you are decided to buy it now, I will make a private auction just for you on eBay so you can purchase it there. That way you will receive assistance for the purchase, paperwork, title transfer and an extended warranty. They also are guaranteeing purchases up to $ 10.000 so we will both be protected.

    Response e-mail #2:

    The jet ski’s are already at a shipping company in Las Vegas, NV. I took the jet ski’s and the trailer to them to be able to ship it to a potential buyer whilst I’m out of town.My brother in law works there,and he promised me that it will cost me nothing to ship it in the Continental US. I also have the jet ski’s listed on eBay and that lets me use their secured system. I’m very busy with my job and I’m sorry I can’t meet you in person. According to eBay you have 5 days from the time you receive the jet ski’s to inspect it and decide if you want to keep it or not.
    So please let me know if you are interested so i can give you the directions to the ebay site so you can check the auction.

    Response e-mail #3:

    This is the ebay link :

    Let me know

  16. Thanks for posting these concerns… I received the EXACT SAME email #1 as Troy today, and replied with further inquiries but decided to search the email address to see if I could find contact info, location etc. Was surprised to find this website instead. I have contacted craigslist to report the abuse – Hope Troy or someone is able to catch this guy and prosecute. I’m sure I will be getting email #2 tomorrow…

  17. I was talking to a guy [email protected] and a [email protected] about a 26 foot Crest Pontoon with a retail value of about $25K to $30K and he had to sell it to pay his mortgage for $6000…. I started to get suspicious and have since been having a grand time trying to get more information out of him. He too travels a lot and his brother in law works at the shipping yard, but he is not allowed to talk about business so I can’t talk him about the boat. The thing that finally made it click that this “too good to be true offer was too good to be true” was, the pictures he was using (also a picaso site) were the same that was listed on a classified ad on iBoats.com, except that was on $28,900….. Please be cautious of these scammers, I work with cyber security, so am pretty sharp with this stuff, but I still got excited at this too good to be true scenario!

  18. there is man at Amsterdam called Earlton Bouwman or Early.B.C.B Bouwman he invites women from the third world to know Amsterda, but on true he wants to stolen them an explore them, He use sthe following emails:

    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    [email protected]

    He has no one leg and send pics to the women in houses that are not him.

    He uses the following mobile phone| (0031)-())-638142769

  19. Does this sound like something you read before? Its about a 2000 Winnebago motor home for $9055.00. Had to sell to pay mortgage.

    I found over 20 post on craigs list across the country with very same unit listed.

    This is the last email from the scammer.
    Fri. Oct. 30. 2009
    Hi again,
    The motor home is already at a shipping company. I took the motor home to them to be able to ship it to a potential buyer whilst I’m out of town. My brother in law works there, and he promised me that it will cost me nothing to ship it in the US. I also have the motor home listed on eBay and that lets me use their secured system. I’m very busy with my job and I’m sorry I can’t meet you in person. According to eBay you have 5 days from the time you receive the motor home to inspect it and decide if you want to keep it or not.
    So if you really want it I will give you directions/link to the auction on eBay motors because this is the only way that I’m going to sell this motor home.
    Mail me ASAP if you are still very interested in my motor home because now I have more buyers still interested.
    Use caution with any deal “Too good to be true!”

  20. [email protected] wants me to send him my phone # and says Craigslist will send me a code that i need to give him. This is all for a free car he is supposidly giving away. Sounds like a scam to me.His email states as follows;
    first of all i have to know you`re for real. please give me your cell phone # and craigslist will call and give you a security code number. pls reply me with the code and i`ll know you`re not a scammer and we can proceed with this transaction. the car looks and runs perfect. you can come and see it.”

  21. gregory timmons [email protected]@yahoo.com he was selling very cheap iphones in craigslist then i contact him then he said he was out of the country and he was in london so he told me that will do everything threw an scrow company and i told himm that was perfect. then with in a few hours the scrow company name deck-transports contack me telling me that they have the iphone and is in good condition all i had to do was go to a western union send them the 400 dlls. to their agent in london and then email them the code so they can cash the money once they cash it they will mail me the iphone. that did not look right to me escrow companies dont use western union or paypal so i did research for about three hours and i found nothing it all about existance of the company and i also read lots articles of how to spot a fake escrow company and they said if they ask u to use western union is fake if they have the letters cc. or a dash please avoid and also look for them in the internet and if is real and a good company u will get lots of results if is fake u wil get a few or none. well i got zero rusults on this escrow company and they also have a dash in their name and a the letters cc. in their link plus evrytime i wanted to go in their website the internet said website can not be dasplay. so please if u get accross this person and this escrow company avoid him he is a real FAKE.they just want to steal your money


  23. Has anyone trying to sell a timehare been contacted by Time II share? I was told they are a finance co that had a buyer for my time share. They would need a refundable 8% deposit to an escrow co on my visa to ensure that I would send the title. I would receive a cashiers check for the purchase price. I asked lots of questions and checked the BBB but they have only been in business since Dec 2009. Would appreciate any info

  24. I have the same experience as Lynn, and would like to know of any experience by someone who actually entered into transaction with Time II Share. I read one on another site, but it could be planted.

  25. To Lynn and Katherine. When selling a timeshare the seller never has to pay anything unless it is a scam. Everything is paid for by the buyer. Also, seller can require that their closing company be used. I recommend Resort Closings, Inc. (check them out online) I’ve used them before and they make sure everything is on the up and up.

  26. with regards to LGP post: email addy [email protected] is currently advertising an AUDI A2 car on gumtree in reading, emailed originally to view and purchase and had email back….


    I sell this car because of the financial crisis i moved back to my home country in Greece. I brought the car in Greece with me, but as the crisis is getting worse i can’t afford to keep it anymore. I lived with my wife in United Kingdom for around 7 years with my work and when i come back in Greece my company already had bought me another car. Now i will have to sell this one as i don`t need 2 cars. Probably you are wondering why i am selling it for such a low price, because the market price for right handed vehicles is low here in Greece and having a lower price than the UK market will bring me a buyer faster than having a high one. Also the car is registered in United Kingdom and this is one of the reasons that i sell it in United Kingdom. If you realy want to buy the car just let me know in the next e-mail and i will explain you better how this deal will be closed.

    Look forward to receiving your answer asap.


    so i replied is car in reading, with v5 document ready for cash sale, to which he replies

    The car is in Greece

    Here is how we will go about delivery and payment for the car which will be through a international company D2D Express and i will also give you the chance to receive and inspect the car before i receive the payment for it, work like an escrow services.
    We will use a international shipping company D2D Express as a third party wich will guarantee to both of us a secure transaction.
    You can visit the D2D Express company website here: http://www.door-to-door-express.com/

    to which i say GOOD DAY! no thanks! CHEERIO!!

  27. WTRUST seems like a fraudulent escrow site: http://wtrust.prohosts.org/en/index.php

    Selling a car online @ Gumtree.com , at an amazing price. The car was too-good-to be-true so we were immediately interested. Then upon closer inspection, the story of the seller sounds generic, he is too eager to sell, and the escrow company website looks amateur.

    Being sold by Paul Merrick, through escrow company Wtrust “agent”:

    Donovan Richardson
    8 King Road,
    Birmingham, B11 2AA
    United Kingdom

  28. WTrust is a scam. I saw a similar ad for a car in Singapore at a very low price. The guy seemed okay and his story plausible. Off course I’m not stupid so I checked him out and landed on this site. Too bad for him, hurray for me.

  29. Thank you all for this amazing information. I bought a lot of cars in my time and usually for a good price. Now I’m in china and this guy that advertised a honda civic hybrid. So he answers my email and says he’s sick in the UK and that WTrust is taking care of it for him. I am suspicious and start searching, Loll and behold, I find this website. No more dealing with this bunch!

    Again, I’ve sent people big checks from all over the world buying cabins, cars and other stuff and never once had a problem. But they were all honest and I talked to them on the phone, followed up with express mail, got documentation, and treated them well. It always worked out…until the Internet!

    Thanks again, highly appreciate the posters here.

  30. Im having the same problem with a guy selling a SUV in England. The page http://emagtrans.com/ doesnt have anyway to contact if itsn´t by email.. I cannt explain how that page having prescense in 3 different countries doesnt have a phone number to contact.. and also if you try to sell something you cannt.. something in the page also doesnt work Be aware please

  31. My husband and I just came acrossed one of these scams. It was for a 2004 f150 white all the bells and whistles. The sellers name was Mellisa king out of Houston Texas. Said just finished a divorce and only wanted 2990.00 which is like a forth of the blue book price. We where all set to send the money on part because of the eBay buyer protection program (thought it was ok) then we talked to his dadband found out he went through the same thing awhile back over a back hoe and said that if its on the up and up then she will have no problem with you coming and picking the truck up. I send this Mellisa king another email and said that we would bring cash just needed her address and stuff the way they did so we could just pay and drive home. Her response email was she had a contract with eBay and the truck was already packed for shipping but no address. Go figure right!!!! So glad we talked to his dad first. I’ve dealt with eBay before and never had a problem and this was a scam and I find it horrible that they have to use the whole eBay name and all. But guess they do that cause its a trusted company. My advice is never do shipping on big stuff like a truck have title in hand before you hand money over especially when its alot. Sorry for anyone that is on the up and up and trying to sell a vehicle on eBay good luck.

  32. Hello everyone, please be aware of a scammer using craigslist to sell items and then using a fake escrow service called OAT or Online Assistant Trader. None of their addresses are real or are for a residence. They use photos from other people’s sites. Pictures of a RV that was for sale in Vermont listed in California for half the price it sold for a few months earlier at a dealer in Vermont. The dealer is legit, but not the craigslist seller.

  33. anybody ever heard about GronoLogistic.t135.com? an uk address company. I think it fake due to my experience when i try to make a deal with them bcoz when i call the phone no. at the web site, guess what? the phone number is in Cameroon belong to a farmer!thankGod i make an investigation before send a money by using western union like they asking for.

  34. There are a variety of reviews about ONLINE TRADE POST
    many of them positive.
    This is a load of crap, OTP onlinetradepost.com is a scam. I researched two of the locations in the Seattle area that they list on their website. One which is located at 1520 2nd st Seattle as their payment office is actually “joes mart” I spoke with two employees at that location, they say they have no idea what Online Trade Post was, however one of them did mention that they had received a legal notice indicating that someone in South Carolina was using their address as a business address. The second location on their website is in Bothell Wa. the address given is actually an apartment block, no store front there. Don’t bother submitting any offer to anyone “using” this service as it is a scam. Waste of time…. If you want to check it out go to their website click on locations and map google the address…all BS.

  35. anybody ever heard about GronoLogistic.t135.com?an uk address company. I had make a deal with them bcoz i don`t known that company is fake.i`m from malaysian.So i follow the instruction to transfer my money via western union about rm7560.00 to buy the bike with the seller in u.k..so i was get screwed with that fake company..and now that bike still not come to me..i`m was fear with my mistake cause didn`t make an investigation before send a money by using western union like they asking for.

  36. I purchased a camper thru craigslist for 7200.00. The seller wanted me to use Net Assistant Trader. I looked at the site and read thru all the warnings. I confirmed that my bowser read exactly it was supposed to, confirmed the invoice that was sent to me was also as it said it should be. I was asked to wire money to a Bank right here in Chicago, IL right here in America and when I went to our bank they verified that the routing number was in fact that bank. I registered, wired the money. I recieved emails from NAT updating me on my transaction. 2 days later my husband found the EXACT same item including the same write up and same pictures ect. We contacted the ebay seller and was informed that this camper was picked up and heading to Canada.(a long way from New Orleans). I hope someone can tell me how to do something about this. I have filed complaints with craiglist, but don’t know where else to turn.

  37. Here is another fraudulant escrow site: http://www.parcel2ship.com.en-catalog.info/en_language/webship.high.html I contacted the real parcel2ship company and they do not have this site listed in their company. I then found related scam posts relating to parcel2ship. This was a craislist deal for a computer – too good to be true kind of deal. I asked the seller if there was another way of making the transaction and he just sent back the same email referencing the scam site. Beware as I read that there are about 10 scam sites to every legitimate escrow service site.

  38. Here’s another one with a Camper to sell. This was on Craig’s list showing that it was in Harrison, AR. When my husband asked to see the camper, here’s the reply he received:

    From: David Krieger [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, September 02, 2011 9:26
    To: David Staib
    Subject: Re: Re:

    Hello again,
    The camper is currently located at approximately five miles of Denver, Colorado stored in freight carrier and the pick it up option is not available, but it could also be transported free of charge by Live Shipping Auto Shippers their home page: http://zigs.me/das-auto-shippers They works with US Army, we have free shipping all over the US (Estimated Shipping Time: 3-5 business days). I’m looking for a quick sale, that’s why I’ve reduced the asking price at $2,600 and free delivery.
    Due to the urgent nature of sale I’d like to conclude this transaction using the security provided by Live Shipping’s Buyer Protection Program, they basically act as an independent third party between buyer and seller. According to Live Shipping you have 5 days from the time you receive the trailer to inspect it and decide if you want to keep it or not. If you’re really interested to move forward just e-mail me back with your: full Name, delivery address, cell phone# and my Live Shipping agent will contact you to explain the purchasing procedure.

    From: David Krieger [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Thursday, September 01, 2011 19:56
    To: David Staib
    Subject: Re:

    Hello I’m David and first of all i want to thank you for your recent interest in my 2006 nomad travel trailer. I am the first owner, comes with all the bells and whistles, you will receive it with all papers and receipts that he needs to register it so if you buy it you don’t have to worry about the paperwork. My final price is $2,600. The trailer is in showroom condition, no liens, no pets, no smoke; it was never involved in an accident, 8 sleeping capacity, leveling jacks included and clear title, length feet: 31 dry, Weight: 6500. I must to use an Escrow Shipping Company for this sale, because I want to avoid wasting time with negotiations and find a buyer before my upcoming deployment take place. That way you will receive assistance for the purchase, paperwork, title transfer. If you are still interested please email me back so I can explain you how the transaction will work.

    Here are outside pictures: http://imgur.com/a/hqAu8#vLmCe and from inside: http://imgur.com/a/fOSFe#u8dzv

  39. i was going to buy a travel trailer from someone in colorado and i was supposed to send the money to this live shipping line company. This site has saved me thousands, than you guys.

  40. I was also looking to buy a motorhome but then I see that it has to be bought without seeing it..so the red flags went up. So I started researching before letting my money out of my hands. The add is for a 1998 Allegro Bay Motorhome..only 7800..the pictures of it are gorgeous.

    here is first email:Hello ,
    The motorhome is currently located at approximately five miles of Coral Springs,FL stored in freight carrier and the pick it up option is not available, but it could also be transported free of charge by Live Shipping Auto Shippers http://doiop.com/live.shipping.com. They works with US Army, we have free shipping all over the US (Estimated Shipping Time: 3-5 business days). I’m looking for a quick sale, that’s why I’ve reduced the asking price at $7800 and free delivery, with deposit of $2500 and the rest from the total amount you will pay cod.
    Due to the urgent nature of sale I’d like to conclude this transaction using the security provided by Live Shipping’s Buyer Protection Program, they basically act as an independent third party between buyer and seller. According to Live Shipping you have 5 days from the time you receive the trailer to inspect it and decide if you want to keep it or not. If you’re really interested to move forward just e-mail me back with your: address, full Name, delivery address. Have a good day!

    Please use another internet browser, such as Mozilla Firefox to open the pics: https://picasaweb.google.com/105816258031288699721/Motorhome?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCO-XgKC2oM_3Dg&feat=directlink

    SO I say Is there any way I can go to Florida and look at it as I am concerned with the whole delivery thing.

    Hello again, please allow me to explain you more clear!
    The motorhome is at Live Shipping CO. , Coral Springs,FL . Please understand that I’m not forcing you to do anything that you don’t like and if you don’t want to buy my product anymore then is no problem for me because at this price I will find a new buyer very easy. It is normal to be suspicious. But please take a good look at the situation: The payment will be done through Live Shipping. You will send the deposit to Live Shipping and as soon as the payment is confirmed they will notify me and we will proceed with the shipping. I will ship the motorhome, you will receive it along with the paperwork and you will pay the rest from the total amount.Live Shipping’s Buyer Protection Program protect both seller and buyer. You will have an inspection period (5 days) The inspection period will begin as soon as you sign for receiving the motorhome at your requested address. During all this time Live Shipping will hold the money into a trust account. So, this is not a blind transaction, you can see the motorhome before decided to buy it. If you are satisfied with the motorhome and decide to keep it you will inform Live Shipping about this and they will release the money to me. If the motorhome is not as advertised and decide not to keep it Live Shipping will refund you the money, no questions asked, and shipping back the motorhome. I think this is more than fair for the both of us. AGAIN please take in to consideration that I will get paid only after you receive the motorhome and make sure everything is as we agreed. I have a family and I won’t risk such low things I’m legit person not a scumbag. If you decide to go ahead with the transaction email me your full name, shipping address and cell phone number to provide them to Live Shipping in order to proceed with the process.

    Martha Rossi

    the emails come either by martha rossi or martha R email address [email protected]

    If it sounds too good to be true..well it probably is.Sorry for other people. ALso the live shipping sitee is from doiop.com which threw red flags as well. I am going to report them as well.


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