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Avoid Scams and Fraud

Thank you for using If you are interested in buying items from ad owner, you may contact the ad owner directly but should be very careful about scams and fraud.

Below are some useful information to help you avoid scams and fraud on the internet.

Avoid scams by acting locally or paying with PayPal. The best way to avoid scammers is to deal locally, with people you can meet in person.

Scammers will often contact you from another country or somewhere far away, asking you to ship the item you are selling.

Never pay with Western Union, Moneygram or other anonymous payment services.

If you are asked to wire funds, you are talking to a scammer. Most time you will receive nothing for your payment.

Don’t buy or sell outside of your country. Don’t accept cashier cheques from outside your country.

Scammers will often send you a fake cashier’s check valued above your asking price. The scammer will then ask you to wire the over-payment back to them. Your bank may even cash this check, but when it is discovered that the check is fraudulent, you will be held responsible by your bank.

Beware of identity theft. Don’t share your private info. Don’t give out bank account numbers, passwords, OTP, mother’s maiden name, date of birth, place of birth, credit card numbers or any other personal and sensitive information.

Scammers try often to post fake ads, selling items that are significantly underpriced. If you see any fake ads, please report us Here.

Avoid shipping and escrow. Scammers commonly employ fake, online escrow services.