I hate scammer, and especially the one that trying to ripped you off and another party such as stolen credit card drop ship billing and shipping address are different. So I’ve been doing many researches on the possibilities of these scammers can pull off cheat the retail store or online site such as ebay, cheat the customer and also cheat the person got their bank account or credit card stolen. Most of these activities are done outside the US but the transactions and movements are in the US with someone’s agreed to help in the US by just giving them some money or commission. Below is another variation I think off on how these scam are being pulled in ebay.com
- Create an ebay account FREE
- Create paypal account link to your ebay FREE
- Buy a lot of 99 cent items and get good reviews, >30 items, that’s less than $30
- Sell a couple items you have around the house or got it from somewhere FREE, then get good seller reviews.
- Post a dozen $250 to $300 for sale, that is legit and high demand big selling such as i7 CPU cheap price will sell like hot cake. In the post expand max delivery date, take long time to ship and deliver, such as UPS ground.
- Use fake stolen credit card to buy the items and drop ship to the buyers, such as buy from Fry’s or Newegg that allow ship to different address than billing address.
- Or … use fake stolen credit card to purchase gift card that can have the billing and shipping address update change to match the buyer’s address.
- Or … use a paypal account or bank account or other account to buy more gift card and use gift card to buy items from retail store online and ship it to ebay buyer.
- Chances are, it will go through and shipped to the buyers with trail and error.
- The one will get in trouble is the ebay buyer. Sure Ebay Paypal will protect you, but imagine the nightmare you will have to go through wasting time, effort and ebay and paypal take long time for you to get your money back and sometime the seller come up with excuse after excuse to buy time and run away.
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