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The too good to be true items are always somewhere far that you can't go so that you have to bank in first and then (supposedly) they will send it to you (lol). If you tell the guy that you live nearby (when you actually don't) and would like to COD, he will play along and say ok and will give you address and time to meet (he can't tell you otherwise or it will be too obvious). When you finally get there (or send someone else to), you will either discover the address is fake or the guy/gal didn't show. when you tried to call, he won't answer or will taunt you. sadly i had to learn all that the hard way. if it's a too good to be true, it often is. is there a chance it's true? probably, but the % would be very very small and not worth the risk.
note. I have been duped by a man from Ipoh. he was active in mudah.my. I give money but he did not send items as promised. (nikon 35mm)
details: name: Lee Hock Leong
MAYBANK acc no: 108141082021
tel no: 0175095505
public bank acc no: 4887257805
Adress: no 17, laluan rasi jaya 4, tmn rasi jaya, 31450, menglembu, ipoh, perak..
please help me.