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Margaret Walker - Car Scammer -

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from: Margaret Walker <>
date: Apr 18, 2021, 5:53 PM
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Here are some more details about my 2007 Chevy Tahoe LTZ, it has only 109,000 miles, 5.3L engine, automatic transmission, and doesn't need any repairs. I have the ownership and clear and clean title on hand. The price was reduced to $2000 because I'm in a hurry to find a buyer, as my husband died 1 month ago (he suffered a heart attack) and it brings me bad memories. I need to sell the suv before the 29th of April when I will be leaving on military duty with my medical team out of the country for a year and I don't want to store it, without using it.

Right now I'm stationed at Scott AFB, Illinois, doing special training and getting ready for my deployment. Before leaving, I had a prearranged deal with eBay (using this service you will have 5 days to inspect/test the car before I'll get any money) so my presence isn't necessary. I think I can have it there at your home address within 3 working days. Also, you will receive the title already notarized and signed over by me, along with the suv at delivery. So, you'll get the car for $2,000, without any additional costs involved because I will cover the delivery fees. I need to know if you are interested so I can ask eBay to send you the details on this deal.

In order to start the deal, I need your full name and delivery address so I can reserve the suv for you and they will contact you with all the instructions step by step on how to complete the deal. I will also attach some pics below.

Thank you, Margaret
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