Mother of seriously ill daughter conned out of thousands of pounds for 'fake car'

The Bolton News: Sandra Moss and her 12-year-old daughter Natalia Sandra Moss and her 12-year-old daughter Natalia

THE mother of a youngster with devastating cystic fibrosis has been duped out of £6,500 by a conman posing as a car dealer.

Sandra Moss needed to upgrade her 14 year old Mercedes car to ensure she could take her 12-year-old daughter Natalia to hospital appointments in at Manchester Children’s Hospital.

She put the offer in on a Ford C-Max but realised she had been conned when the car was not delivered to her Blackrod home.

Miss Moss has been left in debt to relatives she loaned money from and with a car that she fears may not be reliable for much longer.

Now, she wants to warn others to prevent people falling victim to fraudsters.

The 55-year-old said: “I feel ridiculously stupid but I want to save other people from becoming victim. I was horrified, I didn’t know where to turn to when it happened. It has been a bitter pill to swallow.

"I explained to the man about my daughter’s situation and told him I couldn’t afford to run my car anymore as I’m going backwards and forwards to the hospital. I told him I had to use my savings.

“The car I saw on the website seemed to be perfect, I thought it was just what I wanted. He told me it was a family business and said if I wasn’t happy they would refund the money.

"It all sounded really good and he roped me in. I am under no illusions, I don’t think I will ever get the money back.”

Miss Moss, an ambulance driver, came across the seller on online auction site, eBay, and believed it was a legitimate car dealership after speaking to the alleged owner several times.

She transferred the funds in two transactions to two different accounts after the seller assured her that it was fine to send cash to his “business accounts” to secure the sale rather than through eBay’s Paypal, which is a secure way of sending and receiving payments online.

Miss Moss believed her car would be taken in part exchange to pay the remaining £1,500 of the £8,000 balance.

But the three-year-old car did not arrive on the arranged date in May and the conman ignored repeated phone calls and an email.

Miss Moss said: “I felt pressured to get a new car because of my daughter’s health, I am reliant on my car. I am such an honest person. I can’t believe he knew my circumstances and he still did this. You are so gullible you don’t think for one minute someone would get away with doing this. He was so plausible and charming. I was trusting.”

After transferring the money Miss Moss even contacted the seller to see if he would still accept her car because a warning light had come on.

Her sister loaned her £2,000 towards the car and she was going to repay it.

But her elderly mother has now repaid the loan and Miss Moss will gradually return the money to her.

Due to the crime she felt unable to go to work for a week.

The alleged company, which The Bolton News is not naming due to an ongoing police investigation, still appears to be trading but has been taken off eBay.

The incident has been reported to Action Fraud, the UK’s national fraud and internet crime reporting centre, and Bolton North Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT).

Det Insp Charlotte Cadden, from Bolton North NPT, advised people not to buy vehicles from seller unless they have met them, have seen the car before exchanging money and checked relevant documents.

She added that people should research the company before parting with cash.

Det Insp Cadden said: “If the person has voluntarily got into a contract with somebody and agreed to put money into their bank account it is treated differently by banks.

“If people use eBay they have more protection through Paypal, people should not be tempted to transfer money to bank accounts. The more checks you can do about the seller the better. You can Google companies to see if there is any negative feedback.”

A spokesman for eBay, added: “Criminal activity is not tolerated on eBay and we work closely with the police to keep eBay safe, providing them with tools to request information and assistance with their investigations.

“We are sorry to hear about this case, which is an important reminder that any transaction not completed on eBay, including a purchase following an eBay Classified advert listing, is a personal transaction between the buyer and seller.

“Much like responding to a classified advert in a newspaper, buyers should make sure they are satisfied with the goods before paying for them, as they won’t have access to eBay Money Back Guarantee or other protections. To put it simply — if you’re buying on email, you’re not on eBay.”

Online frauds need to be reported to actionfraud.police.uk in the first instance and 0300 123 2040.

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8:28am Sat 28 Jun 14

Chrome1 says...

Poor woman. Not only has she got a very ill child but she is profoundly stupid too. What a disaster. Plus there the is nothing like a bit of family sensationalism to get reader sympathy. Miranda, I think you are by far the best reporter this paper has got. Now that doesn't mean much but you are certainly chipping away at your goodwill bit running daft stories like this one.
Poor woman. Not only has she got a very ill child but she is profoundly stupid too. What a disaster. Plus there the is nothing like a bit of family sensationalism to get reader sympathy. Miranda, I think you are by far the best reporter this paper has got. Now that doesn't mean much but you are certainly chipping away at your goodwill bit running daft stories like this one. Chrome1
  • Score: 19

8:48am Sat 28 Jun 14

JustBecause says...

It is amazing in this day and age that people, are still willing to give thousands of pounds for goods never seen. Fingers crossed the police get to the bottom of it, but I doubt it.
It is amazing in this day and age that people, are still willing to give thousands of pounds for goods never seen. Fingers crossed the police get to the bottom of it, but I doubt it. JustBecause
  • Score: 29

9:02am Sat 28 Jun 14

underwater says...

Sorry tale, but at her age she should have had more sense. The buyer wanting money sent to two different bank accounts should have made her wary about the deal in the first place .
Sorry tale, but at her age she should have had more sense. The buyer wanting money sent to two different bank accounts should have made her wary about the deal in the first place . underwater
  • Score: 50

11:24am Sat 28 Jun 14

melloj says...

If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.
If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him. melloj
  • Score: 8

11:49am Sat 28 Jun 14

Beyond News Forum says...

Tip to car buyers.

Do not pay any money for winning the auction until you have been to see the car in question, test driven it and have the the car in your possession while with the seller.

Any legitimate seller will allow you to process payment on you mobile device while you are in possession of the keys and car.
Tip to car buyers. Do not pay any money for winning the auction until you have been to see the car in question, test driven it and have the the car in your possession while with the seller. Any legitimate seller will allow you to process payment on you mobile device while you are in possession of the keys and car. Beyond News Forum
  • Score: 19

11:53am Sat 28 Jun 14

Chrome1 says...

melloj wrote:
If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.
That's a dumb comment. EBay is a business whose sole purpose is to maximise profit. If you can't afford them don't use their services. Furthermore who says that their services are a rip off? It's papal that charge the transaction fee (owned by eBay I know). There are other means of paying. Again if you can't afford them don't use their services.
[quote][p][bold]melloj[/bold] wrote: If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.[/p][/quote]That's a dumb comment. EBay is a business whose sole purpose is to maximise profit. If you can't afford them don't use their services. Furthermore who says that their services are a rip off? It's papal that charge the transaction fee (owned by eBay I know). There are other means of paying. Again if you can't afford them don't use their services. Chrome1
  • Score: 6

11:57am Sat 28 Jun 14

Back oth Bank Boy says...

IT IS STILL FRAUD, AND POLICE SHOULD BRING THIS CON MAN TO COURT AND LET COURT DECIDE. IF HE GETS AWAY THIS TIME HE WILL DO IT AGAIN, AND OTHER CONS WILL JUMP ON THE BANDWAGON AS WELL. DON'T BLAME POOR WOMAN. LAW MUST NOT PROTECT ANY CON PERSON. TEACH THEM A LESSON THEY NEVER FORGET.
IT IS STILL FRAUD, AND POLICE SHOULD BRING THIS CON MAN TO COURT AND LET COURT DECIDE. IF HE GETS AWAY THIS TIME HE WILL DO IT AGAIN, AND OTHER CONS WILL JUMP ON THE BANDWAGON AS WELL. DON'T BLAME POOR WOMAN. LAW MUST NOT PROTECT ANY CON PERSON. TEACH THEM A LESSON THEY NEVER FORGET. Back oth Bank Boy
  • Score: 15

1:37pm Sat 28 Jun 14

JustBecause says...

melloj wrote:
If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.
Ebays fee are no where near that it's 1% and a £10 listing or £14.99 listing and no commision,......., with a max of £35 quid commision.

No wonder people get into trouble, people cannot read !
[quote][p][bold]melloj[/bold] wrote: If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.[/p][/quote]Ebays fee are no where near that it's 1% and a £10 listing or £14.99 listing and no commision,......., with a max of £35 quid commision. No wonder people get into trouble, people cannot read ! JustBecause
  • Score: 12

2:17pm Sat 28 Jun 14

tillyflop53 says...

melloj wrote:
If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.
he no doubt asked het to do the deal through his bank, not to save on charges but to steal her money
[quote][p][bold]melloj[/bold] wrote: If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.[/p][/quote]he no doubt asked het to do the deal through his bank, not to save on charges but to steal her money tillyflop53
  • Score: 8

2:53pm Sat 28 Jun 14

MarkAllRead says...

Chrome1 wrote:
melloj wrote:
If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.
That's a dumb comment. EBay is a business whose sole purpose is to maximise profit. If you can't afford them don't use their services. Furthermore who says that their services are a rip off? It's papal that charge the transaction fee (owned by eBay I know). There are other means of paying. Again if you can't afford them don't use their services.
You say "if you can't afford them don't use their services", and that's the point really. People out there can't afford the rates and therefore are tempted to avoid paying those rates if the opportunity to avoid them appears to arise - leading to tales like the one in the report. If the paypal fees were lower then the temptation would also be lower, and the situation in the report may never have arisen.
[quote][p][bold]Chrome1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]melloj[/bold] wrote: If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.[/p][/quote]That's a dumb comment. EBay is a business whose sole purpose is to maximise profit. If you can't afford them don't use their services. Furthermore who says that their services are a rip off? It's papal that charge the transaction fee (owned by eBay I know). There are other means of paying. Again if you can't afford them don't use their services.[/p][/quote]You say "if you can't afford them don't use their services", and that's the point really. People out there can't afford the rates and therefore are tempted to avoid paying those rates if the opportunity to avoid them appears to arise - leading to tales like the one in the report. If the paypal fees were lower then the temptation would also be lower, and the situation in the report may never have arisen. MarkAllRead
  • Score: -1

2:55pm Sat 28 Jun 14

MarkAllRead says...

However, it's amazing that even when one woman gets duped by being gullible, she even drags her sister into it and she's similarly gullible and doesn't smell a rat and warn the sister either!
However, it's amazing that even when one woman gets duped by being gullible, she even drags her sister into it and she's similarly gullible and doesn't smell a rat and warn the sister either! MarkAllRead
  • Score: 10

2:56pm Sat 28 Jun 14

MarkAllRead says...

"Miss Moss has been left in debt to relatives she loaned money from"

I'm not sure about this, but don't you loan/lend to and borrow from?
"Miss Moss has been left in debt to relatives she loaned money from" I'm not sure about this, but don't you loan/lend to and borrow from? MarkAllRead
  • Score: 13

3:43pm Sat 28 Jun 14

JustBecause says...

Why is everyone on about fees, the seller pays the fees and in this case no more that £45 in total, the buyer pays nothing !,,,

At the end of the day, paying for something you haven't seen from someone you do t know is just plain stupid.
Why is everyone on about fees, the seller pays the fees and in this case no more that £45 in total, the buyer pays nothing !,,, At the end of the day, paying for something you haven't seen from someone you do t know is just plain stupid. JustBecause
  • Score: 9

4:18pm Sat 28 Jun 14

Rememberscarborough says...

Stop blaming this woman. There is only one criminal here and that's the sick individual who stole the money from her. I'm not praising her but it's a bit sad that we all think people are out to con us.

Hopefully. for the thief, what goes around comes around and they try to steal from the wrong person and get their comeuppance...
Stop blaming this woman. There is only one criminal here and that's the sick individual who stole the money from her. I'm not praising her but it's a bit sad that we all think people are out to con us. Hopefully. for the thief, what goes around comes around and they try to steal from the wrong person and get their comeuppance... Rememberscarborough
  • Score: 8

6:20pm Sat 28 Jun 14

wsw69 says...

There are some really heartless KN08s papping on on this story, and it's easy to be wise after an event.

Let's hope the feds catch this 8a5tard and seize any assets he/she/they have.

The lady was duped into paying by alternative means by some smart ar53d professional conman and that could happen to anyone, internet/eBay savvy or not.

As for the quality of BN journalism, I really can't be ar53d commenting anymore as it's only getting worse.
There are some really heartless KN08s papping on on this story, and it's easy to be wise after an event. Let's hope the feds catch this 8a5tard and seize any assets he/she/they have. The lady was duped into paying by alternative means by some smart ar53d professional conman and that could happen to anyone, internet/eBay savvy or not. As for the quality of BN journalism, I really can't be ar53d commenting anymore as it's only getting worse. wsw69
  • Score: 6

6:33pm Sat 28 Jun 14

asptec says...

JustBecause wrote:
melloj wrote:
If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.
Ebays fee are no where near that it's 1% and a £10 listing or £14.99 listing and no commision,......., with a max of £35 quid commision.

No wonder people get into trouble, people cannot read !
This isnt about ebay you dope...It's about someone through a foolish action has lost a lot of money
[quote][p][bold]JustBecause[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]melloj[/bold] wrote: If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.[/p][/quote]Ebays fee are no where near that it's 1% and a £10 listing or £14.99 listing and no commision,......., with a max of £35 quid commision. No wonder people get into trouble, people cannot read ![/p][/quote]This isnt about ebay you dope...It's about someone through a foolish action has lost a lot of money asptec
  • Score: 0

7:17pm Sat 28 Jun 14

JustBecause says...

asptec wrote:
JustBecause wrote:
melloj wrote:
If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.
Ebays fee are no where near that it's 1% and a £10 listing or £14.99 listing and no commision,......., with a max of £35 quid commision.

No wonder people get into trouble, people cannot read !
This isnt about ebay you dope...It's about someone through a foolish action has lost a lot of money
Dope? How about your read the post instead (assuming you can read of course), I was replying to someone who thought it cost £650 in fees, or 10% of the sale price, and how somehow, that was a mitigating circumstance to being stupid!
[quote][p][bold]asptec[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JustBecause[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]melloj[/bold] wrote: If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.[/p][/quote]Ebays fee are no where near that it's 1% and a £10 listing or £14.99 listing and no commision,......., with a max of £35 quid commision. No wonder people get into trouble, people cannot read ![/p][/quote]This isnt about ebay you dope...It's about someone through a foolish action has lost a lot of money[/p][/quote]Dope? How about your read the post instead (assuming you can read of course), I was replying to someone who thought it cost £650 in fees, or 10% of the sale price, and how somehow, that was a mitigating circumstance to being stupid! JustBecause
  • Score: 6

9:10pm Sat 28 Jun 14

Lesmathes17 says...

Should have more sense at her age. If you're buying a car go to a proper car dealer like Perrys Peugeot on Bridgeman street. Excellent customer service ( and no I don't work there, but have been a customer for years)
Should have more sense at her age. If you're buying a car go to a proper car dealer like Perrys Peugeot on Bridgeman street. Excellent customer service ( and no I don't work there, but have been a customer for years) Lesmathes17
  • Score: -10

12:05am Sun 29 Jun 14

ccjone says...

No sympathy whatsoever, obviously not the brightest button in the box to have entered into this 'deal', but she has had her 10 seconds of fame with the 'poor me' photo, but to bring her sick daughter into the spotlight is in very bad taste! Imagine having a 14 year old Mercedes in the first place given the cost of insurance and road tax. Come on BEN, get a grip and give us news instead of 'sob stories' which are usually a result of personal inadequacies!!!
No sympathy whatsoever, obviously not the brightest button in the box to have entered into this 'deal', but she has had her 10 seconds of fame with the 'poor me' photo, but to bring her sick daughter into the spotlight is in very bad taste! Imagine having a 14 year old Mercedes in the first place given the cost of insurance and road tax. Come on BEN, get a grip and give us news instead of 'sob stories' which are usually a result of personal inadequacies!!! ccjone
  • Score: 6

1:19am Sun 29 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

melloj wrote:
If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.
Paypal is legalised theft. Checj fees before using their expensive service
[quote][p][bold]melloj[/bold] wrote: If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.[/p][/quote]Paypal is legalised theft. Checj fees before using their expensive service Comment777
  • Score: -4

1:22am Sun 29 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

Beyond News Forum wrote:
Tip to car buyers.

Do not pay any money for winning the auction until you have been to see the car in question, test driven it and have the the car in your possession while with the seller.

Any legitimate seller will allow you to process payment on you mobile device while you are in possession of the keys and car.
You enter a contract as soon as you bid and win an item on ebay. If you are buying a car view it before you bid- Do not waste the seller's time bidding on something you are not willing to pay for.
[quote][p][bold]Beyond News Forum[/bold] wrote: Tip to car buyers. Do not pay any money for winning the auction until you have been to see the car in question, test driven it and have the the car in your possession while with the seller. Any legitimate seller will allow you to process payment on you mobile device while you are in possession of the keys and car.[/p][/quote]You enter a contract as soon as you bid and win an item on ebay. If you are buying a car view it before you bid- Do not waste the seller's time bidding on something you are not willing to pay for. Comment777
  • Score: 2

1:24am Sun 29 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

JustBecause wrote:
melloj wrote:
If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.
Ebays fee are no where near that it's 1% and a £10 listing or £14.99 listing and no commision,......., with a max of £35 quid commision.

No wonder people get into trouble, people cannot read !
Nearer to 9% ebay fees plus paypal charges...
[quote][p][bold]JustBecause[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]melloj[/bold] wrote: If ebay lowered their rip off fee's people wouldn't be tempted to skirt around going through ebay and paypal. That's what's caused this. He no doubt asked her to not go through ebay and paypal to avoid having to pay the whopping £650 in commission, and she's been naive enough to let him.[/p][/quote]Ebays fee are no where near that it's 1% and a £10 listing or £14.99 listing and no commision,......., with a max of £35 quid commision. No wonder people get into trouble, people cannot read ![/p][/quote]Nearer to 9% ebay fees plus paypal charges... Comment777
  • Score: -1

1:27am Sun 29 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

JustBecause wrote:
Why is everyone on about fees, the seller pays the fees and in this case no more that £45 in total, the buyer pays nothing !,,,

At the end of the day, paying for something you haven't seen from someone you do t know is just plain stupid.
Yes, stupid but ebay is based on that stupidity.
[quote][p][bold]JustBecause[/bold] wrote: Why is everyone on about fees, the seller pays the fees and in this case no more that £45 in total, the buyer pays nothing !,,, At the end of the day, paying for something you haven't seen from someone you do t know is just plain stupid.[/p][/quote]Yes, stupid but ebay is based on that stupidity. Comment777
  • Score: 0

1:29am Sun 29 Jun 14

Comment777 says...

Lesmathes17 wrote:
Should have more sense at her age. If you're buying a car go to a proper car dealer like Perrys Peugeot on Bridgeman street. Excellent customer service ( and no I don't work there, but have been a customer for years)
Stealerships. How much do you pay at their hourly rate?
[quote][p][bold]Lesmathes17[/bold] wrote: Should have more sense at her age. If you're buying a car go to a proper car dealer like Perrys Peugeot on Bridgeman street. Excellent customer service ( and no I don't work there, but have been a customer for years)[/p][/quote]Stealerships. How much do you pay at their hourly rate? Comment777
  • Score: 3

12:36pm Sun 29 Jun 14

berushka says...

Miss Moss has been left in debt to relatives she loaned money from"

I'm not sure about this, but don't you loan/lend to and borrow from?

Quite right, and to keep referring to Ambulance Service employees as 'ambulance drivers' just shows the lack of knowledge and understanding of the professionalism of these highly-skilled workers. Typical employees of the BN, a pointless, sensationalist story written by someone desperate for a bit of space-filling in an otherwise boring rag.
Miss Moss has been left in debt to relatives she loaned money from" I'm not sure about this, but don't you loan/lend to and borrow from? Quite right, and to keep referring to Ambulance Service employees as 'ambulance drivers' just shows the lack of knowledge and understanding of the professionalism of these highly-skilled workers. Typical employees of the BN, a pointless, sensationalist story written by someone desperate for a bit of space-filling in an otherwise boring rag. berushka
  • Score: 6

6:14pm Sun 29 Jun 14

artistpaint says...

B4 buying any 2nd hand car always look at it and get it checked out by a good honest mechanic.or aa rac.small outlay but worth it.never be intimidated by car sales people your the boss...its your hard earned money.
B4 buying any 2nd hand car always look at it and get it checked out by a good honest mechanic.or aa rac.small outlay but worth it.never be intimidated by car sales people your the boss...its your hard earned money. artistpaint
  • Score: 4

6:17pm Sun 29 Jun 14

artistpaint says...

Car sales folk are like vomit at the best of times....
Car sales folk are like vomit at the best of times.... artistpaint
  • Score: 2

7:27pm Sun 29 Jun 14

chattyman2014 says...

His name is Jason Hart search the bolton news for him and there are a few articles about him.
His name is Jason Hart search the bolton news for him and there are a few articles about him. chattyman2014
  • Score: 2

11:12am Mon 30 Jun 14

The Running Man says...

I'm sure that this poor woman knows exactly how gormless she's been. How about giving her some credit for being brave enough to share her experience with the Bolton News. Con men abound on Ebay and hindsight is a wonderful tool for avoiding them. We all "know" that they wouldn't get away with it with us, until the day they do. Hope you manage to get over this mess and soon. Good luck!
I'm sure that this poor woman knows exactly how gormless she's been. How about giving her some credit for being brave enough to share her experience with the Bolton News. Con men abound on Ebay and hindsight is a wonderful tool for avoiding them. We all "know" that they wouldn't get away with it with us, until the day they do. Hope you manage to get over this mess and soon. Good luck! The Running Man
  • Score: 0

9:30pm Tue 1 Jul 14

merryhell1@hotmail.co.uk says...

Ebay and Paypal cost the buyer nothing only the seller pays the fees! So anyone paying out 6,500 quid without the security of paypal deserves everything they get! Theres trusting and theres stupid and in this case they add up to the same thing!
Ebay and Paypal cost the buyer nothing only the seller pays the fees! So anyone paying out 6,500 quid without the security of paypal deserves everything they get! Theres trusting and theres stupid and in this case they add up to the same thing! merryhell1@hotmail.co.uk
  • Score: 0

2:31pm Sat 12 Jul 14

Diamonintherough says...

chattyman2014 wrote:
His name is Jason Hart search the bolton news for him and there are a few articles about him.
Honest to god what is wrong with some people?!?!!! That comment is down right stupid. Were in any article relating to this woman does it say it was jason hart?
[quote][p][bold]chattyman2014[/bold] wrote: His name is Jason Hart search the bolton news for him and there are a few articles about him.[/p][/quote]Honest to god what is wrong with some people?!?!!! That comment is down right stupid. Were in any article relating to this woman does it say it was jason hart? Diamonintherough
  • Score: 0

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