Micheal Henderson, Brian Potter Scam

Hey, I am in a currently stationed at Fort Indiantown Gap National Guard Training Center. We are getting ready for Afghanistan. We are in the final stage of our training and we are not allowed to use the phone during this period. This is supposed to keep us focused on our trainings. I am only allowed to check my email twice a day. I hope you can understand that we will have to stick to email for now. The vehicle is here with me at the base but I’ve already made all the arrangements with DAS to pick it up from the base. DAS will also handle the title transfer for an extra $75.00. Being in the army has some advantages and one of them is the fact that I can ship it very cheap. I will pay for the shipping charges, as I’ve said in my first email. I think I can have it there in 5-7 business days.I am a member of the eBay buyer protection program and using this service you will give a 3 days testing period after delivery. During that 3 days testing period I will not be getting any money. I need to know if you are interested in buying it so I can ask eBay to send you the details on how this works. I have to fill out a form on eBay and I need the name that will go on the title and an address where you want the car delivered. Once I do it, eBay will email you all the details on this transaction and we can get the ball rolling.MichaelHeyI’ve just got a notification from eBay, saying that they had sent you the details on our transaction. Just wanted to be sure, that you have received it and you understood how to make/confirm payment. When I first used the eBay Buyer Protection Program I had to pay using western union service. Back then I didn’t know about the 6% extra fee that applies to eBay transactions and I had to pay for it. You can avoid paying it by saying you are sending money to a friend or relative. This way you only pay the standard western union fee. This is just a heads up in case you have to use western union too. MichaelP.S: Sometimes I receive the messages from eBay in my spam mail folder, maybe you should check yours as well.Hey,Thank you for your interest in my SUV. I am selling it because I will soon go on a second tour in Afghanistan and I don’t want it getting old in my garage. I will be gone for the next 12 months. The price is low because I need to sell it before we deploy, at the end of September. The vehicle is in great condition and runs great. It only has 85000 highway miles on it. It has never been wrecked and never smoked in. I had serviced it only at the local dealer. Maintenance records are available. Clear title in hand. You can see more pictures of the SUV here:s1024.photobucket.com/albums/y306/yukon4sale1/ If you decide to buy it I will be paying for the shipping charges. The total price is $2,980.00 with no other hidden taxes. Please email me back if you are interested in buying it.MichaelHeyI’ve just got a notification from eBay, saying that they had sent you the details on our transaction. Just wanted to be sure, that you have received it and you understood how to make/confirm payment. When I first used the eBay Buyer Protection Program I had to pay using western union service. Back then I didn’t know about the 6% extra fee that applies to eBay transactions and I had to pay for it. You can avoid paying it by saying you are sending money to a friend or relative. This way you only pay the standard western union fee. This is just a heads up in case you have to use western union too. MichaelP.S: Sometimes I receive the messages from eBay in my spam mail folder, maybe you should check yours as well.

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