These scams always have some weird stuff like a strange method of delivery (the Military doesn't transport private vehicles), no license plates, endless reasons/excuses why you can't have a look or test drive, a price that is absurdly low, or the background in the picture is wrong (like a Desert scene when the Jeep is allegedly in Boston).
It's simple to avoid getting screwed, never pay anything down or as a deposit, never pay anything until you see and drive the Jeep, and make sure that the title details match the owners details.
If you buy on eBay, pay with PayPal.
Requests for Western Union payments are always a scam.
According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, AR-15 sporting rifles account for nearly 20% of all U.S. firearms sales.
Progressive Liberalism: Bringing you new Healthcare ideas so wonderful, they have to include mandatory participation ......
Originally Posted by Ronald W. Reagan: Government is not the solution to our problem; Government is the problem.