Anti-scam advices

Avoid being a victim of online scam!

The vast majority of listings are published by trustworthy, honorable individuals. so that you can succeed in business. Despite this, it's critical to adhere to a few common sense principles to guard against any scam attempts.

Advice from us

  • Dealing with someone you can meet in person.
  • Never transfer things or money abroad.
  • Don't take checks.
  • Find out the name, address, and phone number of the individual you are working with from a second source.
  • Keep copies of all correspondence (including emails, listings, letters, and so forth) and personal information.
  • There is a significant risk that a bargain is a scam if it looks too good to be true. 

Recognize a fraud attempt

Most scams exhibit one or more of the following traits:

  • The individual resides or is traveling overseas.
  • The individual declines to meet with you in person.
  • The individual uses anonymous calls when contacting you.
  • The text in the messages is illegible.
  • The texts appear to have been cut and pasted.
  • It feels like the deal is too good to be true.