Gary Jackson – Rhonda Jackson houston Texas

Complaint: They tried to sell me a 2007 Kawasaki ninja 650R for 1700 dollars. They said they could get it delivered in 1-2 days from where they were which was the UK. That didnt make any sense because in may cases you cant get things delivered in the U.S. in two days. They sent me a emailed me a TNT shipping form,which looked bogus. The guy they said that was a Western Union agent who wouldhandle all the money did not exist. I looked it up online and there was no such person. They said they only wanted the money by western union, not by credit card or anything like that because they know it could be traced back to them if it was found to be fraudulent. Another thing that made a bell ring was that the posting for the motorcyle was in Florida. The guy posted on the motorcycle classified ad that he worked on an offshore and his job moved him to the UK. And another thing that made a bell ring, was who would sell a 2007 Kawsaki ninja 650R for just 1700 dollars that right there within itself spells fraudulent. Because those bikes run from about 4500-6000 dollars. I tried to get them to call me when we were emailing back , but they would never give a solid, legit number to call them because if they were legit and serious, returning a potential buyers call wouldnot be a problem. copshop houston, TexasU.S.A.

Tags: Motorcycles

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