I don’t know when I’ll learn… if it looks and sounds too good to be true, it probably is. I have a motor home I want to sell, and I came across Classy RV on the web. Big, Impressivwe ad, which led to my calling them. | I spoke to Krista, who gave me spiel, including prices thay’ve recenlly gotten for an RV exactly like mine… exciting! Then the price for the ad service: $ounded a little high, but I paid by mastercard… $549.00. She told me that this was the only charge for their services: placement in various RV magazines, and E-Bay. | I’ve actually gotten 4 calls, all of whom were taken aback by the price listed. I got one offer which more reflected the usual price for my RV, which I found on other sites after I began to suspect a scam. about $4000.00 less than the price listed in the ClassyRV ad. (Classy???) | Then a guy from National Vehicle called. He said they’d gotten 4000 hits, 90 of whom were “registered RV users” and that my RV was third from the top in all the RVs in the inquiries from the latter. I was ecstatic… first mistake, then he said he was “going to start the bidding, and he was sure I’d immediately got the listed price, maybe more. I was beyond ecstatic… second mistake. Then he said there would be an extra charge for “activating” the E-Bay ad. He kind of threw this in a mumble. | Needless to say, in my beyond ecstatic state, I readily agreed. Dumb move… the extra charge turned out to be $450.00. He did give me a link to my E-Bay ad, and when I checked a day ago, the top bid was $5000. I sent an E-mail to Krista, and, not surprisingly, have gotten no response. | I’m a reasonably bright guy, but scammers like these people are absolute exprts in sucking people in. This is a big one, to me… $1,000…which I thankfully paid by credit card, whom I’ve already contacted. They were quite interested. | Has anyone contacted the Interstate Commerce Commision about these people$ I plan to.
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