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07-03-2005, 01:44 AM
I just recieved an offer on my BMW I have for sale through Roadfly. It seems kinda strange and I wanted to check to see if there has been any other issues about this. I recieved and e-mail from someone checking to see if it was still available and the price and location. I replied and then I recieved another e-mail saying they wanted it. The thing is, they said they were a service/company to find cars for clients. They said they had the money set aside for the car, but it had to be paid to me at cost plus 7500, and wanted me to refund with a cashiers check the 7500 by a certain date (6 days). I have no problem with that, but I want to check and see if this is a scam or not. Please let me know if anyone has any information on this.

07-03-2005, 08:55 AM
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Amsoil bumpers to bumpers
E28 84 528e auto 238k (My loyal friend)
E36 96 318i auto 135k Convertible (Patty's)
E36/7 99 Z3 auto 275k (McKinzie's)
84 RX-7 GSL SE
85 RX-7 S
19 Antique farm tractors

07-05-2005, 11:08 AM
Stay away its a scam. <img src=> GOD BLESS AMERICA , FUUCK FRANCE :)P eter Debadged 01 Dinan 530 , GMC Sierra, Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa , Midnight Express 39 Superboat Fishing Machine , 528iT converted into redneck BBQ grill ,Juan Pablo Montoyas tricycle ,The original"Big Foot", and an old Space Shuttle.

07-07-2005, 12:20 AM

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