Gorman, Ken (PA62)
ken.gorman at honeywell.com
Thu Sep 18 08:11:36 EDT 2003
A similar situation happened to this guy:
Here's how the scam works. A buyer offers to buy the car and sends you an
authentic looking cashier's check, however, through some "mistake" the
cashier's check is made out for an amount greater than the agreed to price.
The buyer, realizing his mistake, contacts you and asks you to send the
difference back to him. You agree. The cashier's check turns out to be
counterfeit or stolen, however, by the time your bank realizes the mistake,
you're already out the money.
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