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If you get the money in your PayPal account I don’t see how it is a scam. I’ve done many deals this way.

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Banks like to have agreements making the customer the bagholder if anything goes wrong, allowing them to suck from one account to cover something in another, even if it was the banks carelessnes that allowed the fraud. That's why it's wise not to use the same bank for everything. If you maintain a balance in your PayPal account, that balance is always hostage. I don't know if Paypal will also try to suck from your linked non-Paypal accounts, if something goes wrong and it wants you to be the bagholder.

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Note from Steve Herschbach. This member was a scammer who joined the forum and worked the system to place a rip off ad. It was rather sophisticated compared to most so I moved the thread to this “scam thread” to preserve the discussion.

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Hmmm, you pulled the ad without responding to my perceived and possibly incorrect issues. Maybe I offended you and if so I am sorry but if that is too much for you to bear it’s ok by me. I am taking the lack of response as confirmation and pushing the ban button. Assuming at this point you are a scammer I have to say your guys command of English and your ability to mirror conversations is getting pretty sophisticated. Good to know... Thanks!

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Not that I would have purchased this machine Steve but THANKS for keeping an eye out for these type of things.

Zap, Pow!!  The Forum Warden strikes again 😁

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On 2/12/2019 at 9:11 AM, Rods said:

no longer available.

Looks like the detector and "Rods" are both "no longer available"..........:ph34r:

My BS/scam detector was screaming like a GPX on a manhole cover.

Tony

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  Steve I don’t know where you find the time to be so vigilant along with posting your comments and advice and still have time to detect and have a life.  I assure you it is appreciated.

Thanks, Wes.

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Thanks Wes, I appreciate that. Detecting is a small part of my life and not the most important, but I love it. It does get crazy at times but then so do I! :laugh:

Bottom line is outside of just wanting this to be a safe place to trade gear I really do detest thieves. :angry:

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