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Beware of scammers wanting to purchase your RV, truck, boat, etc. I have been dealing with one that got my e-mail address from my posting on La. Sportsman. It's bad enough to have lost my husband, but to be dealing with a scammer that is NOT going to purchase the RV is terrible. He says he job requires him to work odd hours and days and that he will send an 'inspector' to view the RV for him and that he has placed a check in the mail to me for a $1500 deposit........BEWARE! They just want you to deposit the check so they can get your banking info and do you more harm!!

Sorry to vent, but I've been dealing with this for 3 weeks and enough is enough!!

MY GOD DOESN'T LIKE UGLY! You don't prey on widows!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
scammers on this site are the norm. sorry.
First I am so sorry that you have to deal with this after losing your husband. I was 13 years old when my father died and I watched the buzzards try to pick my Mom apart. I must admit at times I was not the most pleasant teenager that one of these useless individuals had to deal with. Every time I came home my mother was crying because they held her hostage again...Thank God my dad placed all of his bills and canceled checks in lard cans. We would sit for hours looking for the check that covered my father's dealings. As a grown man and a former State Trooper, I worked for years to insure that Louisiana citizens would not get ripped of their hard earned money.
Only do business face to face and cash only. Prior releasing the item go to the bank first and have the bills validated. With modern computers they print money very easily. Do not respond to any deals like you mentioned. One thing that I have picked up on is their screen name will only be hours old. Most of these are using prison computers with girl friends at the ready to begin stealing your information.
I hope that you have better times ahead Mam.