- Report: #1082277
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Complaint Review: Charles McEntire
Charles McEntireInternet USA
Charles McEntire attempted scam theft Internet
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I listed a Harley Davidson for sale in craigslist. charles mcentire reponded, wanted the bike for his son, as fine with the price. He claimed to be a subsea engineer on an oil rig with heavy weather and no phone service. He requested to use paypal for the purchase and that would protect both buyer and seller in this transaction.
He claimed he could not successfully get 1500.00 to a freight shipper to pick up the bike. He claimed he deposited 8650.00 into paypal, that I should have recieved confirmation of this by now, and please hurry to send the 1500.00 to Rebecca Carter 414 w. parkway st, Denton TX 76201.
He wanted me to send ab e-mail to email@example.com when the 1500.00 had beed sent through money gram or western union. I replied to him that I wouls be glad to help with the 1500.00 as soon as I had the $$ in my hand.Of course, that moment did not arrive. The first flag to wave for me was that he didn't want to see bike. Who buys anything without seeing it first ?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/06/2013 12:28 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Charles-McEntire/internet/Charles-McEntire-attempted-scam-theft-Internet-1082277. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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