Craigs list dating scams


I'm really horny right now and I hope this works out.Honeslty, I've tried this once before.it didn't go so well.They've been plugged by a fake girl by the name of Jen Porter, some of whose email addresses are [email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected]@(This list will be updated as more addresses are reported.) Jen Porter has also been called Brooke Baby9 and has had email addresses [email protected]@[email protected][email protected]@This is a sample message you get from her: Heyy Hun, I'm glad you replied to my ad on CL :) Let me be honest with you...If you're selling something and you think a scammer has expressed interest, forward it to "[email protected]". Send a complaint to their ISPs when you receive the spam. Report this phishing scam at their spam reporting page. They both claim to offer the Safe Dater Age Verification Service (which doesn't exist, of course).In the second case, they are not interested in your item at all.



Sometimes they may haggle with the price to appear to be a legitimate buyer, but often they will simply accept your asking price.Or, they could claim to have someone else come pick the item up later.Next, they either send you a fake check for the item that will eventually be rejected by your bank after they have taken the item, or they will request that you give them your name, address, and phone number so they can fill out a cashier’s check to you.If you happen to see something on Craigslist that looks scammy, you should send an email to "[email protected]" and give them as much detail as you can about the listing.