ED Magedson – Founder
eUSAutoShopDeals, Edwin Hurdle, Jeffery H. scam to get downpayment money for a boat. Claims to have a secure escrow service Internet
I was interested in an item that was priced way below market value on Oodle.com. I tried to reach out to the seller to discuss the item over the phone and instead of calling (or providing a call back number) they provided very generic answers to some of my questions. When I showed additional interest they sent an e-mail stating that I had to buy the item through www.eusautoshopdeals.com. They provided a stock number to complete the transaction. At this point I was suspicious so I looked up the website in google and didn't find anything bad (but there weren't many results at all so that seemed sketchy). I went ahead and followed the weblink and entered the stock number. The site claims to be an escrow service that holds the physical item AND the buyers money until both parties are satisifed. It also claims to provide a 10 day trial period for boats and cars with a "small downpayment". The item I was looking for pulled up instantly on the site using the stock number and had a "complete transaction" button. I clicked the button and had to fill out a form to continue (name, e-mail, physical mailing address). I recieved an e-mail the next day with details on how to complete the sale. I needed to send a moneygram to an individual as a "down payment" and not to the business. This seemed VERY sketchy so I looked the website up on a reverse lookup service. It said the site was operated out of Russia and had only been online for 2 days!!!! Yeah, so at that point I created a RipOffReport login and created this report. Good Luck...and let me know if you had a similar experience!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/14/2014 11:41 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Edwin-Hurdle/internet/eUSAutoShopDeals-Edwin-Hurdle-Jeffery-H-scam-to-get-downpayment-money-for-a-boat-Clai-1146625. 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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