Thursday, July 10, 2008

Advertised RV was ‘too good’ scam

Wickenburg Sun - Wickenburg,AZ,USA
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) recently received a report forwarded from the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center involving a Cottonwood resident who was scammed during an Internet transaction.

The reporting party advised that she and her husband attempted to purchase a motor home advertised on the Internet at www.rvtraderonline.com. The motor home was listed for a price of $49,000, but had an actual retail value around $100,000.

The listing person and seller claimed he was in the U.S. Military and based at Fort Riley, Kan. The seller explained that he had inherited the motor home from his deceased father and needed immediate cash to pay off some family debts. The motor home was currently stored in Albuquerque, N.M.
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