Report: #1496442

Complaint Review: Nora Jackson norajck@comcast.net ebay -

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  • Reported By: rr — Lake Ronkonkoma United States
  • Nora Jackson norajck@comcast.net ebay United States

Nora Jackson norajck@comcast.net ebay ebay gift card scam

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The owner sent me lots of photos description said her husband died in looking at it gave her sad memories and she said she would have Ebay take care of the purchase and the transport.

I got an email from Ebay at Motors stop Financial saying I needed to go to the store and get eBay credit cards eBay purchase cards four of them totaling $800 and put the numbers in and I did that and then they got back to me and said this Was an over valued under valued item and I need a digital $600 for insurance. 

I read someone elses same rip off report and did not go out and buyt the other $600.  Thank god.  I was already out $800.   You need to watch out for this kind of scam.

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