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I recently posted a few tires on craigslist, and I have gotten multiple emails like this.
--- On Fri, 6/5/09, Robert Leo <[email protected]> wrote:


From: Robert Leo <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: 18", 18 inch runflat tire, 4500 miles - $125 (N W San Antonio)
To: "Ed xern" <[email protected]>
Date: Friday, June 5, 2009, 7:55 AM

Thank for the prompt response my secretary will process and mail a
certified draft to cover the cost as am completely satisfied with it.I
will need the
details of whom & where to mail the payment
1.Name to be on the check
2.Home address
3.Mobile #
Please note 'United Parcel Service' do not deliver to P.O.Box
addresses and i will not be mailing a draft to one.My mover will be
coming over for the
pick up right only after the payment as been delivered.Kindly delete
the posting as am totally committed to buying from you to save
cost,..Here is my relay
phone # is (210) 209-8524 am deaf and will receive your phone messages via email
 

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Craigslist is full of spammers, scam artists, and fakes its ridiculous.
 

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Craigslist can be hit or miss. I sold a guitar amp through Craigslist and it went flawlessly, but I'd still only use Craigslist as a last resort.
 

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When I put the S Class on CL, I had nothing but lowballing scum. No thanks!
 

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Anytime you list on Craigslist, you should be prepared for a 40% bullshit reply and lowballer ratio.

That being said, a Craigslist ad for my Range Rover got me laid by this:



Obviously... I have no complaints.
 

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Anytime you list on Craigslist, you should be prepared for a 40% bullshit reply and lowballer ratio.

That being said, a Craigslist ad for my Range Rover got me laid by this:



Obviously... I have no complaints.
Yeah, I had her too. But she gave me Herpes! Good luck with that!
 

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That being said, a Craigslist ad for my Range Rover got me laid by this:

Obviously... I have no complaints.
If that's true, then your lack of class is showing. :alchi:
 

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If that's true, then your lack of class is showing. :alchi:
Actually, giving out her name would demonstrate a lack of class. Stating what happened just illustrates my point. :)

My point which actually has nothing to do with the score, rather that Craigslist is the kind of place that leads to all kinds of unusual arrangements (and problems as demonstrated by last month's highly publicized case), but you have to know how to work with it to get the desired result. By its very nature Craigslist is a bartering site. I often put things up for sale and get the coolest offers for trades. It can actually be alot of fun. However it can also be a nightmare if you really NEED to sell something. I'm actually EXTREMELY paranoid and HATE having Craigslisters come to my house for anything.

I lead a fairly boring and uneventful life Sarah. If something that exciting comes along, I'm going to milk it for all it's worth!
 

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lol, that's a new one. "I'm deaf, but here's a phone number that you be sent directly to voicemail." :lol:
 

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I have bought every one of my cars off Craigslist. No complaints here.
 

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I sold my 76 eldorado on craigslist, did not meet anyone like her in the process though :(
 
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