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Ashley Wilson - Car Scammer -

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Date: 30 Nov 2020, 4:19

Hi again and thank you for getting back to me,
The car is located at eBay warehouse in Missouri headquarters, in the
container, sealed and ready for shipping. Also the price is low $1,000
because i want a fast deal, the car belonged to my son and it brings me bad
memories. Like i told, the car is in perfect condition with clear title, no
liens or loans. All the documents including the title and the bill of sale
with my signature on it, will come along with the car and it will take no
more than 1-2 days to arrive at your address.
The transaction will be made through eBay Motors because they can protect
both of us and they also offer a 5 days inspection period. You'll have 5
days to inspect, test and drive the car before deciding to keep it or not.
If the vehicle is not like I described, you'll ship it back on my expense
and they will give you a full refund. eBay will hold the funds until you
receive the car with all the papers work. Only after you confirm that you
wanna keep the car will they release me the funds to me. In this way, you
will be able to inspect the vehicle before committing to buy it.If you want
to start the transaction with eBay just reply to me with your full name,
full shipping address, your phone number and email address then they will
contact you with further instructions.

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