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Craigslist Nashville

Women lost truck advertised at craigslist at Nashville
Online buying and selling of different products had many disadvantages. A woman wanted to sell truck online. She had listed her truck for sale. She was never deceived by any cheater at craigslist. Finally she was deceived by a purchaser. She listed 2007 Chevy Avalanche for sale at local website. Mia Pitt bought the truck and listed for sale. She wanted to sell because she needed money. She demanded less than $30,000 for truck. She wanted to pay loan after selling the truck. Then a person contacted her and promises to pay the loan. There were some loop holes in planning. Purchaser sends the money to GMAC. The authorities told her that account is full and she will receive thanks letter in next few days. She was not even satisfied and requested for letter as soon as possible. Pitts wanted to buy a car with the money. She received a call from GMAC and she was shocked. She was told that there was no money in her account and all was withdrawn same day. She called the buyer who apologized and assure her to refund account. She did so three times. After sometime all the contacts of buyers had disconnected. She lost the truck and the money too. Police was not able to find the vehicle. Now she is working with a insurance company and trying to cover her loss.
http://www.newschannel5.com/story/13062546/woman-loses-truck-to-craigslist-scam

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