This person responded to an ad on craigslist. He/she said he would have his secretary send me a check. This person will send a legitimate looking check with an amount larger than what is owed, then have you wire the money to this person after you have cashed the check he has sent you. A few weeks later the banks system figures out it is not a real check, and of course you are stuck with the deficiency. By the way, this person claimed to have movers, shipping agents, a secretary, etc. That would be taking care of everything. Don’t fall for it!

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