Scammers and Warnings

Scammed on RFD. User is back with another username

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  • Sep 4th, 2018 9:16 am
May 19, 2006
269 posts

Scammed on RFD. User is back with another username


I was scammed for just over $700 by

He was selling a lilac s9+ on RFD and has since been banned here. I have the email threads and pictures to prove it all. He claimed to be in Calgary or Regina and had to ship the phone to me but I had to pay upfront. Sadly, I learned my lesson and the phone never arrived and his email address could no longer be reached.

However, he is BACK on this forum selling the same phone with the same IMEI. His new name is WillaZarcon. and he's just joined the forum as of a few days ago

Please ban this guy. Here is his thread: pictures-mint-samsung-galaxy-s9-lilac-c ... t-2216252/

I've attached pics from his thread. Look at the IMEI on his pics and then look at the IMEI on the pics of the phone he was going to send to me with MY name on it

Buyer beware
Don't make the same mistake as me
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6 replies
Deal Addict
User avatar
Aug 9, 2013
3477 posts
His new thread states we can do COD or meet in person. And why hasn't he been banned yet after proving proof?
Aug 30, 2018
19 posts
I don't get it ... why didn't you under other name, pretend that you wanna buy, set up a meeting with him and ask him for your money back ? Instead of banning him ?
Deal Addict
Jan 3, 2009
1469 posts
I don't do business with people who don't use appropriate grammar and spelling. It's a red flag, especially for a high value transaction.
Deal Expert
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Feb 24, 2003
16951 posts
English is not always a person's first language and this alone doesn't prevent me from going through with a deal.

In fact, I know people who were born in Canada with English as their first language, attended English schools in Canada, and still use the term "he goes" when they really mean "he said" or "he says".