was a fake site created by a scammer who advertised a 2007 BMW Convertible - 2800$
His identity is revealed here:
Previous fake shipping sites:
Here is what he's telling his intended victims
"please don`t try to insult
i`m a 49 yrs old man of a great honor"
This miscreant also has another clone fake shipping site on a hacked account.
The files for this site are located in a sub-directory of a hacked account:
The hacked site is:
Front end for the hacked site is:
The scammer is telling his intended victims that the car belonged to his now deceased son, who supposedly died in Afghanistan.
From the ad:
"This car it was my son`s car , he died in Afghanistan fighting our war ( Bush needs to tell me why ! ) this car will be a gift .. my gift in the memory of my son.... $4000 this is all you have to pay , shipping insurance and title transfer costs will be paid by me, all i want is to find the right person.. that person who`ll love and take care of this car in the same way he did... I'd like to make a person very happy and to light a candle for my son once in a while.... I live in Ohio my email is : firstname.lastname@example.org"
Use common sense.
If you think you can purchase a car of this calibre for $4,000 you are sadly mistaken.
No one in their right mind is going to "give away" this type of car with the BS story this scammer is posting.
The selling price for a 2007 BMW M6 convertible is between $50,000 and $60,000 in ads on line.
If this was a true ad and you go to register the car you're going to have to pay a state sales tax. Lets say the state you live in will accept a value of $50,000 on the car. This means you're going to have to pay about $3,000 for the taxes.
Realistically, you're also going to have to pay exorbitant insurance rates.
What seems to be a great deal is going to be very costly to the people that send the $4,000 asking price for something that doesn't exist.
The scammer is asking his intended victims to use MoneyGram for payment.
$4,000 money order must be made through MoneyGram ( Same-Day service ) to our company Lawyer`s name and address:
Name: Michael Spencer
Street: 1908 Canton Rd
Zipcode : 44312
Country : USA
We all know that it is common for scammers to ask victims to use instant money transfers for purchases. If you send the money using this type of service you will never get it back after its picked up.
Don't be a victim.
Here is some information about this particular scammer's previous sites:
Here are images from his scams:
(He said his son died in Iraq this time)
Saturday, May 1, 2010
Posted by William's Dad at 6:16 PM