Beware of Scammer

Bishop

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Given we're just now starting legal on him I PM'd his name for fun :)
So my guy uses a PO Box for an address. I never picked up on it. You can’t serve a PO Box. So I was just out the money.

Tried to get his parole officer to give the time of his check in so I could serve him but they wouldn’t disclose.
 

Klink

AzB Silver Member
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My name is Michael Bremer if anyone ever has any questions on anything for sale under my name you can text me 850 566-2517
 

u12armresl

One Pocket back cutter
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chael Bremer if anyone ever has any questions on anything for sale under my name you can text me 850 566-2517
So my guy uses a PO Box for an address. I never picked up on it. You can’t serve a PO Box. So I was just out the money.

Tried to get his parole officer to give the time of his check in so I could serve him but they wouldn’t disclose.
You can't serve a P.O. Box, but you can file a John Doe subpoena for the information behind the P.O. Box as far as the parole officer part, any person even semi competent at social engineering could get that info within 2 phone calls.
 

14.1'er

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Hello all,

I just thought I might give a heads up to anyone who may have received a message to email autopartslmt@aol.com

I has posted in the wanted forum that I was looking for an Al Romero Sneaky Pete. I received a message from a new user named Icon939 saying "I think i saw someone called Russ4193 posted a Al Romero Sneaky Pete for sale. Here is his email autopartslmt@aol.com" I tried to look up his username in the search bar to message him directly but no results came up. Okay seems a little fishy now. I then googled the email that I was provided and the first link that pops up is a guitar forum where this same email has been shared and associated with scammer activity. Just for shits and giggles I emailed whoever it was and asked about the cue. He sent me pics from an old post on AZBilliards and right away I knew undeniably it was a scam. Always make sure to check the validity of the information that is being sent to you. I am glad to be a part of a great forum with lots of great people. Lets not let one bad apple spoil the bunch!

Here is the are some links talking about the scams associated with this email:
A bunch of scumbags.
 
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