Don't trust ptyson
WILLIAM SULLIVAN wrote: Thanks for the warning. How did you get my e-mail and know ptyson contacted me? Bill From: "David Still"
> Hi Sir/Ma'am, > A few weeks ago, i lost more than 800 USD because i've been scammed by a person by the name of ptyson1215 on ebay. Thinking I would get my new Sony Ericsson phone, i gave him my credit card # and the necessary information. I waited and waited but the item didn't come. However, something did come. A credit card statement saying I bought alot of things which i did not. I asked ebay but ebay said they couldn't help me because the trade did not take place IN EBAY so i wasn't insured. I had to redo my credit card because if i didn't, my account would probably be empty. I've learned that you and a handful of others are his next target. And if you did what i did (give him your credit card #) you should ask your credit card company if there are irregular activities in your account, and if worse comes to worst, i strongly advise you to redo your credit card. I learned the hard way that there are true assholes out there. further information on scamming and safety on ebay can be found through the ebay website (www.ebay.com). Take care and have a nice day.