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Irma Davis - Car Scammer -

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from: irma davis <>
date: Feb 14, 2021, 10:02 PM
subject: Re:

My name is Irma and I am sending you an email about Polaris Sportsman from 2013, it is still for sale, always ready, without mechanical problems. The title is clear and has my name printed as the owner. The atv is in pristine condition, clear title, no dents or dings. Always garaged, never abused or raced, 250 miles, gas fuel type, 4WD and automatic transmission. It has a clean system and deletes the US title in my name and there are no credits or loans on it. This atv was used by my husband who died 4 months ago. The price has been reduced to $ 1,000 because I'm in a hurry to find a buyer. I have to sell it before February 22th, when I will go to military service with my medical team in the country for a year and I don't want to store it. He hated to sell it, but it's not worth keeping the insurance and paying storage fees for a year. If you are interested I can send you more photos.
Thanks,Irma Davis
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