Hy people, this post is to protect you from one of many frauds I found on the net.
Generally don’t believe the Hype! 🙂
If you see an announcement that sounds really good… too good, it’s usually not reliable.
For ex., I was looking for a car, since I moved back to Rome, and found this,
a sweet Mini Cooper, with only 95.000 km, for the attractive price of only 2500 Euro.
I thought: “Wow! Nice!” so I wrote the advertiser immediately to get more infos about it.
She wrote back, that she was on a mission in Italy, but had to move to Africa, so she wants to sell the car. I didn’t have to worry about the trasport, aso.
After that, the person who had to bring me the car wrote me to make an appointment. Everything ok except for the fact, that, after talking about which day we could meet to get the car, he asked me to transfer all the money before, so he could get the permission to make this deal.
Of course I wasn’t born yesterday, so I didn’t do that, instead I asked for his bank infos to post them here officially.
Here are the infos:
Name Alicia Lopez (advertiser)
Name Dario Paskin (trasport)
address: 02di via di ambasciata
Zip code: 00229
Country: BENIN (Africa)