Monday, January 29, 2007

eBay Hijacker Email Addresses - Numeric

The following are thieves' email addresses that were primarily found in eBay listings, however, the email addresses were also found through other sources and may be found on other transactional websites. These thieves are scam artists and they will lie to you; they are ready to take your money and you will get nothing in return. Do not enter into any transactions with the people writing from these email addresses; cease all communications immediately. If you have already entered into a transaction with any of these thieves and sent money through instant money transfer services, such as Western Union or Moneygram you have no recourse to get it back.


Anonymous said...

There must be a way to catch this thief’s, we can’t accept that they cheat on other good and honest people. Unfortunately I’m one of their victims.
But I think we should catch them, the same way they did it to us. We must Do something against this people. THEY ARE THIEFS that must be in jail.
I have one of this thief’s with a fake scrow / shipping companies that can be catch and make him pay and go to jail. He is on your list But I need help from you. Please let me know if you are interested.

zetya said...

Please add this email to
the list of internet thieves

that one

has been already listed.
These two internet cheaters run
adds on and run fake
auctions on ebay offering luxury cars for sale at a fraction of a cost ...
2007 Bently for $72,000 (Kelly Blue Book price is about $350,000),
2004 Laborghini for $40,000 (actual
price - around $250,000), etc.
They will tell you some awkward lie that they have to sell it so cheap because "bad wife wants a
divorce", "moving business to
Austria" (as if there are no cars in Europe), "sudden sickness", etc.
Yet, you can not see the car, for
"it has been sealed in a container
for fast shippment". You just have to send them all the money and
wait for 15 days for the container to arrive ...
I'm not sure what kind of idiot you have to be to buy it in, but these cons keep trying ...

Anonymous said...

If it weren't for this blog, I would've gotten screwed! I was about to purchase many phones from "", I felt the prices were too good to be true, so I searched to see if he is hijacker...
After coming across this blog, I realized (that bastard) is... This is what I sent him:

"I work hard for my money, my wife and son mean the world to me, as the families of many mean to them. Do you think that by scamming people you will be able to make your living? It might work once or twice, but then what? Please get educated and get a real job. Believe me that is your only path if you want success to be your destiny...

PS. As soon as I saw your offer, I promised my son and wife to get them new phones... Thanks for the disappointment..."

I think that summarizes what a lot of people think about this thievery.

I, and many others, truly appreciate this... Thank you guys.

Anonymous said... answers after payment......
$650 US dollar gone for nothing...