Comment on Buying or Selling? An Investigation into Craigslist Scams by Michael.
Now this person’s name is “Brady” Lambert. It’s incredible. $500 for a 27″ iMac, which should go for at least $1,000. Same scam.
> On Feb 14, 2013, at 1:18 PM, “Brady Lambert” wrote:
> > Hi, I am getting back to you regarding the 27-inch iMac from Craigslist
> > My name is Brady and I am now in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
> > The iMac is still available and I hope you are still interested.
> > I am selling the iMac for $500 US. I have attached some pics with it to this email.
> > It’s 3.10 GHZ i5, has 16 GB of RAM, 2 GB of Video Memory, 2 TB of storage and another 256 GB SSD so it can boot faster.
> > I work for Apple and I got it with a discount but I don’t need it anymore.
> > The iMac is in perfect shape, as I used it only for a few weeks. Included in the $500 price is everything that came with the iMac and also the warranty papers.
> > I tried to be as thorough as I could with the presentation so you can have all the info if you decide to go ahead and buy it. So what do you think? Do you want my imac?
> > Thanks,
> > Brady
I was checking for a way to make the exchange from here to you in the US and I came across this option, which is a very good way to make this exchange.
It’s provided by a company called RapidParcel and it will help us with this transaction.
They seem designed specifically for internet transactions, they handle both the payment and delivery part of this transaction. They seem pretty nice and trustworthy and they provide a service that we can use for our exchange.
The link below is from RapidParcel website and it explains their procedure. Please check the link and the procedure and let me know if you agree to the terms.
With this procedure RapidParcel will deliver the iMac to you, receive your payment and I will receive the payment for the iMac only after you instruct them to do so.
I will pay the shipping.
Let me know if we can proceed.