View Single Post
Old 11-28-2012, 10:24 AM   #1
jehu OP
∩HƏſ
 
jehu's Avatar
 
Joined: Jan 2006
Location: Vail,AZ
Oddometer: 3,629
Too good to be true?

Hi folks,

I stumbled upon this near perfect 1969 CB350 online and after asking the seller if it was still for sale, I received this reply:

"Hello and thanks for your interest,

the bike is still for sale and in excellent condition. I have the title in hand so I'm ready for a quick deal. I have dropped my price to $2,000, since this is an Urgent Sale! All documents, including owner’s manual, clear title and a bill of sale on your name will be provided along with the bike. I'm forced to sell it a.s.a.p. because I work on a cruise ship now and I'm offshore most of the time.
The bike is in Florida Keys but if you are serious about buying, I will ship it for no extra cost and would like to close the deal through eBay's Vehicle Protection Program because it offers protection for both of us.
Unfortunately I can't use my cell at work but I will check my email several times a day.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you,
XXXX."




Does this look like a scam? Can a bike be purchased through eBay's protection program if it's not listed on eBay?

Thanks FOR THE REPLIES

jehu screwed with this post 11-29-2012 at 06:39 AM
jehu is offline   Reply With Quote