This one came from a craigslist post. I put up a new post in the Automobile For Sale category, and received a response, asking what the lowest I would accept would be. I responded, and this is what I got in return. Obviously a scam. I didn’t bother going to the bitly link, as it is most likely a scam website trying to sell an auto warranty. Anyone else get one like this from Mr. Petersen, using the seemingly legitimate email@example.com email address?
Hi Thanks for the reply. Im out of the office at the moment, but I will return momentarily. If your email is Auto related, I will get back to you once I am back in the office. In the mean time, while you are waiting, heres something that could be of interest to you regarding Auto Warranty, that we inform all our contact's/customers in the auto trade about. There are many reasons we do this, with the main one being the cheap pricing on offer. You can find out more at [bitly link here]From: [me] Subject: [my craigslist post] To: "Jose Petersen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Saturday, January 12, 2013, 9:16 AM I'm talking with someone right now, will let you know if it falls through. On 1/12/13 4:59 AM, Jose Petersen wrote:Hey, whats the least youd accept? [my craigslist post url]