I was ALMOST scammed…..a guy selling a nice 2003 Mazda M6, claiming he’s military is going around scamming people. this is what his email will say…..
I am emailing you regarding the 2003 Mazda 6 that I have for sale. The general condition of this car is excellent, very well maintained, no damages and no mechanical problems, the engine runs and sounds awesome, automatic transmission, 4 Cylinder 2.3 Liter, tan leather interior and white exterior with no cosmetic complaints really worth comment. The alloys are all presentable and originals the fronts having a few marks, all tyres in good condition with plenty life remaining. Clean carpets, seats, roof, boot and plastics. Both remote keys are present and they are working, no electrical issues. I do have the title, clear, under my name. The car has 90,136 miles, year 2003 and VIN#1YVFP80C635M26324. I’m not interested in any trades only to sell it!
Price was reduced to $1,995 (URGENT SALE) as I need to sell this car before June 25 when I will leave with my platoon back to Afghanistan and don’t want it get old in my backyard.
I though you might want to see more pics, click on this link: http://s1148.photobucket.com/albums/o565/WhiteMazda/?albumview=slideshow
Hope to hear from you as soon as possible!
So watch for this guy!!! He’s not LEGIT!
The email he uses is email@example.com
I googled his name and it came up on a scam webpage, he uses the exact same language in his emails. What an insult to our REAL military men and women to use the military as a crutch.