Fake second chance offer warning

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Just a short message to warn any of you out there of the potential of fake second chance offers.

We have been contacted by an ebayer who had bidded on a vehicle at auction.

He had been contacted by a scammer using a FAKE second chance offer to buy our vehicle.

The scammer offered the bidder a second chance stating the the winning bidder could not complete the sale.

The bidder thought his luck was in as his bid was extremely low.

The scammer asked the bidder to send him a deposit by western union money transfer to hold the vehicle.

This is a ideal payment method used by the scammers as it is UNTRACEABLE so for gods sake DONT USE THIS METHOD OF PAYMENT. EVER!!!

The scammer is sending these fake second chance offers as fast as he can copy and paste. all he wants is 50 people to send him £200 and he is on a winner. Do the maths!!!

If you receive a second chance offer, please comfirm it directly with the seller or else!!! Do not answer or log in through the second chance offer screen. Only log in to ebay via your internet explorer favourite list. Please view our other guide relating to fake ebay log in screens.

Kind regards

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