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The age old adage “if it’s too good to be true, it usually is” is spot on in most cases and although I didn’t fall prey to it, I’m sure there are some who may be willing to take the punt, especially in a market like this.


Long story short, I was sent a photo of this car from a person claiming to be ‘Peter Samson’ <samsonpeter544@gmail.com> (+16018441108) with an asking price of $13,500. Of course, it was obvious this was a scam so I’ll let the screen shots do the talking. The weirdest part is that I’m not quite sure how he got my email address…?


Picture of the car:


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Just be careful guys and gals!

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Ha ha,

My eldest son is a painters apprentice. 

Last night he's working in a shopping centre and txts us.

Tell people there's an invisible Being that made everything and knows everything and they flock to worship.


Put up a written sign saying, "WET PAINT" and they have to touch it to believe it's true.

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