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Scam: #2876

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • Submitted: 05/11/2011
  • Severity: 10

Lt. Thomas Fiorilli

another fake car from Nigeria

Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska

Thank you for being interested in buying my 2003 Lincoln Navigator 4WD LUXURY. It has 69,940 miles. VIN: 5LMFU28R53LJ42160. The vehicle is registered on my name and has a clean title (no lien). It is in great condition, no dents or scratches. It was always garaged and the regular maintenance was done in time. It wasn't involved in any accident and has never suffered any kind of damage.
Also this is a non-smoker car.
I'm an US Air Force Lieutenant currently stationed in Eielson Air Force Base getting ready for Afghanistan so I can't arrange a viewing because I can't leave the base. Eielson Air Force Base is a United States Air Force base located approximately 26 miles southeast of Fairbanks, Alaska. I can have the car delivered to your address in about 4-5 days. The car is already at our Military Logistic Department crated and ready to go.
The car comes with all the documents that you need to register it in your name including transferable title, bill of sale in your name, car's manual. The final price is $2,800.00 including shipping. My wife just gave birth to my forth kid; I need all the money I can get to leave to her. Also, I hope to sell the car before we depart to Afghanistan.
Since we can't end this deal face to face I decided to make this transaction through eBay Vehicle Protection Program. If you are not aware of this program, you should know that it will allow you to test drive and inspect the car before paying me. You will have a 5 days inspection period to decide whether you want to keep the car or not before they release the funds to me. If you don't know how does the eBay Vehicle Protection Program works please let me know so I can help you. I used it several times and everything was perfect.
I don't want to offend you, but the car is priced for a quick sale, so please, if you intend to apply for a loan or financing do not reply to this message!
Look forward to hearing back from you.
Lt. Thomas Fiorilli


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