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Report: #1491530

Complaint Review: Elena White - Lawrence KS

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  • Reported By: Ken — South Beloit Illinois United States
  • Elena White 1320 Jonathan Drive Lawrence, KS United States

Elena White Brittany Anderson they were selling a truck on E Bay Motors told me price was $1000.00 sent money got no truck Lawrence KS

*General Comment: Elenor White next time follow the yellow brick road in Kansas and get a brain !

*Consumer Comment: You got scammed

*Consumer Comment: Were You Born Yesterday?

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On January 16, 2020 saw a 1998 Chevy Silverado Z71 4x4 Pick-Up for sale on EBay Motors for $1,00.00 the seller is Elena White@ 1320 Johnathan Drive in Lawrence, KS her Email address is Elenaw@353comcast.net. I was told to buy 5 seperate Ebay cards for $200.00 a piece. I was told what stores sold Ebay Cards. So I went and purchased 5 differt cards scratched off redemption code on the back then was told to call 818-334-2903 after they got codes from cards I got a confirmation # 80150378.

Was told truck would be delivered on Friday January 24, 2020 no later than 6:00 PM. Now 2 weeks later a Brittany Anderson is selling same truck with same story now price is $800.00. Their story is "she" claims to be a nurse in Army Reserves and shes being deployed within days. Her husband recently died and needs to sell. Brittany Anderson email is Brittany Anderson@gmail.com

 

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#3 General Comment

Elenor White next time follow the yellow brick road in Kansas and get a brain !

AUTHOR: dum dewdew don - (United States)

POSTED: Tuesday, February 11, 2020

 too funny than you put your name on ripoff report this can't get any more funnier ...1000 dollars they robbed you move on ....The african got a new bone in his nose because of you ! Your truly STUCK ON STUPID

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#2 Consumer Comment

You got scammed

AUTHOR: Stacey - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, February 10, 2020

There is no such person and this is an old scam. Lesson learned. No rip off since there is no such person. You gave your money to a Nigerian scammer. 

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#1 Consumer Comment

Were You Born Yesterday?

AUTHOR: Jim - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, February 10, 2020

I was told to buy 5 seperate Ebay cards for $200.00 a piece. I was told what stores sold Ebay Cards. So I went and purchased 5 differt cards scratched off redemption code on the back then was told to call 818-334-2903 after they got codes from cards I got a confirmation # 80150378.  Seriously, how stupid are you?  The way you purchase something like this is through a site like Paypal which has the ability to protect you in case the product is not delivered and can get your money back when the truck isn't delivered.  What you did is give the scammer cash that you cannot trace and cannot get back.

E-Bay does not guarantee the validity of anyone doing any deal on their site, which is why the phrase caveat emptor applies in this situation.  Furthermore, the person you're complaining about - that isn't their real name and a gmail address can easily be closed and a new one with a new name created.  The person who scammed you will simply select a new name, a new e-mail address, and the same sad story at some point.

Moral of the story:  Don't be so stupid to trust anyone online.  Protect yourself at all times.

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