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eBonza eBonza Safe Transactions Joseph Martinez listed item on craigslist and requested that we go through eBonza due to having leave to go out of tow
15th of Jun, 2011 by User283466
Received the following email from Joseph Martinez after we contacted him on craigslist to purchase a camper: Excellent, you are still interested. Now let me explain how eBonza works. Their website is www.ebonza.co.cc. They sell on Craigslist and eBay and are the greatest sellers out there. You will see on their website a registration page but you must NOT register, you must send your shipping details to me, i will forward them to eBonza and they will send you an invoice. They will instruct you to send the payment to me, you will have my address and all the details you need in order to send the payment to me. After i receive the payment, i will contact them and tell them that everything is OK and after they have the confirmation from me they will ship you the Pinball. When you receive the pinball you can inspect if for a few days and if you don`t like it you can return it and i will send you your cash back, i am registered with them and verified by them so you can be sure that i will send you your cash back. I hope you agree with this because i want to sell this fast. If you do agree, please send me your full name, shipping address so i can send them to eBonza and they will send you the invoice. Thank you in advance
Michael Contacted their customer support and they told me they have no Joseph Martinez registered with them and there is no such item in their possession, I also reported him to craigslist. Ive been reading all kinds of reports on the internet about eBonza being a scam and it makes me laugh, I just cant believe that people dont know how to make a difference. I mean there are a lot of real scam alerts on the internet about people USING THEIR NAME to scam other people but my advice to these people is either you read the reports and make a difference, or stay off the internet. There are people saying that sellers on Craigslist or eBay asks the buyers to send the payment directly to them and they claim to sell things through ebonza.org but they are not, they have almost identical websites and even send fake legit looking emails like in all cases (PayPal scams, eBay scams) etc.
I mean really guys, if you are scammed on eBay by some guy, do you blame eBay or yourself? Do you even see how many people actually used the actual service and are happy with it? Do you even read their testimonials and the dates they are from?
eBonza has a BIIIG warning on their website and even here with red so anybody can see and leading people on HOW TO USE THE REAL DEAL, but people dont know and if they are taken by a scammer or even find a scammer on craigslist saying they use ebonza, they blame the whole service for this, maybe the guy you are talking to is a scammer maybe its not, but verify your transaction, contact their customer support, see if they have the seller or not. I just cant believe this and this makes me wonder why the internet exists and why people are using it if they dont know how to read a warning and stay safe by following the tips, and blame the service if they are scammed because its their fault.

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