The fake web site is:
The scammer is using the name and email address:
Stefan Wilbert email@example.com
to list iPhones for around 200 euros on http://www.marktplaats.nl/
Here is what the scammer is telling his intended victims:
Transaction started !!!
Please check your e-mail and follow the instructions from UPS to complete the transaction safely . Please confirm the payment today to UPS .
The fake UPS email address is:
Here is the link he is sending his intended victims pretending its UPS:
UPS Agent Payment Details :
USPS (United States Postal Service) and UPS (United Parcel Service)are not the fake GPS as it says on the site........hence the confusion on the part of "Radu" the scammer.
If you look at the information in the above whois link for ups-customs.com you will see that the fake site is registered to an identity in the UK but the contact email address is:
If you do a Google search on that email you get a person listed at the Universitatea Spiru Haret in Romania using radu.mesenger:
You also get a person who used that email address to post a response on a blog:
Here are some images of the fake USPS/UPS site.
Please remember that USPS and UPS are not escrow sites and do not have escrow services.
If you want a real escrow site go to http://www.escrow.com/ :
There is no such thing in real life as a shipping and escrow comapny.........
Oh! what a tangled web we weave When first we practise to deceive! Sir Walter Scott NEVER use instant payment services like Western Union or MoneyGram to buy items on the internet