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How to Avoid Scams & Fraud on eBay Asking these questions before making bids on online auction sites like eBay can greatly reduce your risk of falling victim to a scam.We found this list of online auction buyer tips on the web and thought that we should share them. This list of questions should never go unasked when making bids on eBay or any other online auction site. Online auctions, while usually safe, are sometimes run by criminals using the auction service to scam the unsuspecting. You can help avoid scammy auctions by doing your homework and doing a little investigative work before making bids.

Protection against online fraud begins with you. The more skeptical you are of sellers that can't answer these questions to your satisfaction, the better your chances of avoiding scams.Questions to ask yourself before making a bid on eBay or any online auction

If you see an item on eBay that you would like to bid on, you need to ask yourself the following questions and pay careful attention to the answers. A bad answer could mean you're in danger of falling for an online auction scam:Does the seller have feedback?

Having lots of positive feedback goes a long way to describing a seller's reputation. The more positive feedback they have, the less chance you'll be ripped off. If they do have negative feedback, be sure to review it as it can be a great indicator of the type of person you'd be trading with. Please take note that eBay lists feedback for both buying and selling. Quite often sellers will also be buyers. So make sure you're looking at their selling feedback.

What's the length of the auction?

The shorter the auction, 1-3 days, the higher the chances that it's bogus. Short auctions get money into the hands of the con artists quicker and limit the seller's likelihood of being discovered. This allows him to get his money as soon as possible and reduces his chances for exposure. Pay closer attention if the auction you're interested in is short.

Are there pictures? Do you see the picture used on another auction?

People intent on perpetrating fraud on eBay usually do so by claiming to sell items they don't actually have. So naturally, auctions without pictures should be viewed with a healthy dose of skepticism. EBay gives away the first picture in an auction listing for free, so there's really no reason why someone shouldn't be able to post a picture of the item they're selling...unless they really don't have the item.

Does the item have a good description?

Descriptions are key to legitimizing auction listings. Is the item new or used? Does the picture match what's being described? Just saying something is a great deal isn't enough. Look for listings with detailed, well thought out descriptions.

Is the item priced far below fair market value? Are there other items in large quantity selling for so low?

Pricing isn't a number one concern when a fake listing is created on eBay. The scammer doesn't really care if they get the appropriate price. They just want money for nothing as they don't really have an item to sell. If the price seems ridiculously low, ask for more information surrounding the sale of the listed items. Did the person buy too much stock for their store? Were these items received as a gift? The more detailed the response from the seller, the better. If they don't reply, pass on that auction. No price, no matter how great the deal, is worth sending money for nothing in return.

Is the seller offering excessive or extraordinary features?

Free shipping and money back guarantees are becoming more prevalent on eBay. However, if the person offering those perks isn't a Power Seller with thousands of auctions under their belt, walk away from the auction. People generally sell stuff on eBay to make at least a little bit of profit. A legitimate seller with very little auction experience isn't going to offer "inspection periods" or a money back guarantee. Most likely their listing will say "as is". Steer clear from any auction offering too good to be true features from someone with little to no auction experience.

How does the seller answer your questions? Are they quick to respond? Courteous? Detailed?

Legitimate sellers are all too happy to answer your questions. It means you're interested and they want you to buy whatever it is they're selling. It's also a great way to get a feel for the person doing the auction. People perpetrating frauds on eBay don't care about your message and won't answer it. If that's the case when you send a message to the seller, don't do the auction. Other ways to verify the authenticity of auctions is to ask for a serial number or other item identifying mark. The more technical and complicated your questions, the better. Their answers just go to show how much the seller really knows about what they're selling.Satisfied with the answers?

If the answers to these questions are unsatisfactory you should shoot the administrators of the online auction website an email and ask them how to proceed before doing anything else. If you are cautious and do this first the worst that can happen is you don't win an auction. If you ignore your gut feeling and bid anyway you risk getting ripped off. Don't worry; there will be plenty of other auctions with items for you to bid on.How can I defend myself from fraud now that I've won an online auction?

Now that you have won an auction you have a new set of questions to ask yourself before sending the seller your money. This is especially true if the seller doesn't have any or very little selling feedback for you to weigh.

How does this online auction bear up when you ask yourself the following questions?

Does the seller have feedback of any kind for buying?

Negative feedback for fake bidding could give you a solid clue as to how to treat this seller.

Did the auction only last 1-3 days?

Were pictures included in the item's listing?

Was the item's description detailed?

Was the item's price far below fair value?

Is the seller offering atypical incentives such as free shipping or an inspection period?

How did the seller answer your questions about the item?

Helpful and quick?

Ask the seller for a phone number, just in case you need to get a hold of them. If a seller gives you a false number, contact the auction site's administrators immediately so they can investigate. Valid phone numbers are usually required to place an item up for bid on eBay or other online auction websites, so if the phone number is invalid you should be wary.

Be sure the seller's name and address is correct. If you get a dreadful feeling about an auction, contact the online auction website administrators and ask them to compare the name on the eBay account to the name the seller wants payment sent to.

7 Questions to ask yourself before bidding on eBay Before you decide to participate in an eBay auction and make a bid on an item, you need to be alert for warning signs that could indicate the auction is a scam. You need to do this research before bidding because if you win, you're obligated to pay. If you notice something fishy about the auction or seller after winning it's too late because you have to uphold you end of the deal. Now if things go awry and your item fails to arrive or doesn't meet your expectations, you'll have to visit eBay's Resolution Center and follow their instructions and procedures.

eBay does everything it can to make everyone happy on both sides of a deal, but wouldn't it be nice to just avoid sketchy auctions altogether? Sadly, there's no sure fire way to identify scam auctions but you can certainly reduce the risks by asking yourself how the online auction holds up when you ask yourself these 7 questions:Does the seller have feedback of any kind for selling? Negative feedback for deadbeat bidding could give you a solid clue as to how to treat this seller.

Did the auction only last a few days?

Were pictures included in the item's listing?

Was there a detailed description of the item?

Was the price far below fair value?

Is the seller offering unusual incentives such as free shipping or an inspection period?

Has this seller answered questions about the item in a helpful and timely manner?

Make sure and get a valid phone number for the seller. If a seller gives you a fake number contact the auction site's administrators immediately so that they can investigate. Valid phone numbers are usually required to place an item up for bid on eBay or other online auction websites so if the phone number is invalid you should be wary.

Verify the seller's name and address. If you get a bad feeling about an auction contact the online auction website administrators and that they can compare the name the seller wishes to have the check written out to, against the name on his Auction account.

You can sidestep would-be scammers by following these common-sense rules whenever using craigslist:

DEAL LOCALLY WITH FOLKS YOU CAN MEET IN PERSON - follow this one rule and avoid 99% of scam attempts.

NEVER WIRE FUNDS VIA WESTERN UNION, MONEYGRAM or any other wire service - anyone who asks you to do so is likely a scammer.

FAKE CASHIER CHECKS & MONEY ORDERS ARE COMMON, and BANKS WILL CASH THEM AND THEN HOLD YOU

RESPONSIBLE when the fake is discovered weeks later.

CRAIGSLIST IS NOT INVOLVED IN ANY TRANSACTION, and does not handle payments, guarantee transactions, provide escrow services, or offer "buyer protection" or "seller certification"

NEVER GIVE OUT FINANCIAL INFORMATION (bank account number, social security number, eBay/PayPal info, etc.)

AVOID DEALS INVOLVING SHIPPING OR ESCROW SERVICES and know that ONLY A SCAMMER WILL "GUARANTEE" YOUR TRANSACTION.

DO NOT RENT HOUSING WITHOUT SEEING THE INTERIOR, OR PURCHASE EXPENSIVE ITEMS SIGHT-UNSEEN - in all likelihood that housing unit is not actually for rent and that cheap item does not exist.

DO NOT SUBMIT TO CREDIT CHECKS OR BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR A JOB OR FOR HOUSING UNTIL YOU HAVE MET THE INTERVIEWER OR LANDLORD/AGENT IN PERSON.

The overwhelming majority of craigslist users are trustworthy and well-intentioned.

With billions of human interactions facilitated through craigslist, the incidence of violent crime has been extremely low.

Nevertheless, it's very important to take the same common sense precautions online as you would offline.When meeting someone for the first time, please remember to:

Insist on a public meeting place like a cafe

Do not meet in a secluded place, or invite strangers into your home

Be especially careful when buying/selling high value items

Tell a friend or family member where you're going

Take your cell phone along if you have one

Consider having a friend accompany you

Trust your instincts

Taking these simple precautions helps make craigslist safer for everyone.

For more information about personal safety online, check out these resources:http://getsafeonline.org + http://wiredsafety.org

Keep Clear of Craigslist ScamsLearn from these disastrous Craigslist experiences and avoid getting bilked, bamboozled, conned, swindled, and otherwise screwed on the Web's most popular classified site. By Rachel Sadon, PCWorld Feb 8, 2010 6:00 pm Given everything from the "Craigslist killer" to Connecticut attorney general Richard Blumenthal's campaign against the site to the escalating battle over prostitution ads, you'd have to live under a rock to miss Craigslist's sensational presence in the media. Lost in the discussions of illicit or criminal activity, though, are the everyday scams--and every category on the site has them.The site offers simple and straightforward advice on how to avoid would-be scammers.

From garden-variety pyramid schemes to complex money laundering ploys to pet frauds, the sheer diversity of ways to get stiffed on Craigslist is unmatched.

To be fair, the highly popular site offers very rational advice on how to recognize and avoid scams. But scammers persist in part because Craigslist is such a go-to place all over the world and partly because victims apparently don't heed the aforementioned advice.

One fellow even started a recreational blog called Exposing Scam Artists Who Use Craigslist, which is devoted to shining a light on the seedy underbelly of Craig Newmark's paradise. (Here's a 2004 interview with Craig. Note the last question and Craig's answer regarding his faith in mankind.)

Below we present a few of the scam classics. Make sure you don't become one of these poor schmucks.Selling Something? Think Twice

When your significant other finally convinces (read: forces) you to get rid of that ejection-seat office chair you bought one drunken night on eBay, Craigslist is clearly the place to go. But one of the most common cons around is a dose of check fraud that might leave you reeling when you try to sell your unwanted item.

Here's how it works: The scammer contacts you and offers to buy your brown corduroy couch… oh, except they're out of town and will send you a check. When you "accidentally" receive a check for a much larger amount, they reasonably ask you to wire back the extra money--possibly even offering to pay a little extra for the inconvenience. But when the bank determines that the original check is a fake, guess who is responsible for the balance?

A variation of this scheme even briefly landed unsuspecting seller Matthew Shinnick in prison. When he tried to deposit just such a check (he thought he had sold two bikes to a buyer in Canada), the teller had a hunch that it was fraudulent and called the police. Shinnick wound up in an orange jumpsuit and had to pay thousands of dollars in legal fees before he could completely clear his name.

The lesson: Deal locally, never wire money to strangers, and stop buying ugly furniture.Desperate for Work…

Employment scams on Craigslist are all kinds of questionable, but they also seem blatantly obvious. What is the likelihood that someone will pay you $900 per week to telecommute as a "documentation professional" with no experience necessary?

Yet, the jobs section is well known for tricking otherwise intelligent people into unfortunate situations. Two of the most common ploys are to ask for up-front training fees and to solicit personal information (often via a legitimate-looking Website) for "direct deposit" or "background check" purposes.

In a truly off-the-wall case, one guy hoodwinked 79 professionals into working for weeks on a sham project. Promising a $21,000 salary for two months worth of work, the charlatan set up a fake company, hired the group via e-mail, assigned seemingly real work, and tricked a lot of people into giving up their time and personal information. It seems the entire effort was undertaken in the hopes of getting a woman's attention.

The lesson: Posts that offer high income with little to no experience, telecommuting without meeting your boss, initial fees, and hiring without an interview are giant red flags that, in combination, should send you running.Free Stuff (!?!)

Despite thousands of legitimate postings for free stuff on Craigslist, there have also been two recorded instances of crowds ransacking all of a person's worldly belongings. Why? Somebody posted an ad to the "Free" section claiming that the goods were there for the taking.

In 2007, the angry daughter of an evicted tenant carried out this particularly nasty revenge. An even more bizarre incident occurred a year later in rural Oregon. A woman unknown to the victim, Robert Salisbury, robbed him of a few saddles and then panicked. In a (profoundly stupid) attempt to cover her tracks, the thief posted a message declaring all possessions at Salisbury's address were up for grabs. Even his horse.

Anyone found in possession of stolen items is subject to criminal prosecution--as were the perpetrators of both hoaxes, who were caught and charged with a medley of crimes that included burglary, criminal impersonation, and malicious mischief.

The lesson: Just because it says so on Craigslist, it doesn't mean you can rob people. Be wary of catch-all posts that seem too good to be true. Also, don't piss anyone off who knows your address.Aw, Pets

Surely the furry and cuddly section of Craigslist is free of worldly evils? Guess again.

Last year, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an official warning about a swindle that one site has informally dubbed the Cameroon Pet Scam, explaining, "Typically, the person offering the animal for adoption lives in another country and claims to be looking for a good home for the animal. Victims pay shipping fees up front but never receive the animal."

Another con involves supposedly "rescuing" dogs or cats, often from an animal shelter, and then selling them for a profit on the site. According to one account, a family put their dog up for a free adoption directly via Craigslist. The very next day, they got a call from a woman who had purchased the dog for a $100 fee (also via the site) but then tracked down the original owners after noticing discrepancies on the veterinary papers.

The lesson: Craigslist is not the ASPCA. Make sure to get paperwork and documentation. Or just go to the ASPCA.Conclusion

The crimes we've mentioned are hardly limited to Craigslist alone, but the epicenter of the world's online classified ads also has the following security ethos: "Simplicity and shame work best." According to Newmark, the most effective tools are warnings and flagging posts for removal. And scammers know it.

After witnessing a group of strangers trucking away his personal belongings, beleaguered homeowner Salisbury commented, "They honestly thought that because it appeared on the Internet it was true. It boggles the mind."See more like this:craigs list,online security.



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