Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Winter Park, FL
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Here is the scenario:
Coronado 25 for sale.
Buyer and seller meet. Buyer and seller agree on sale/trade and buyer gives $500 cash to seller as deposit in 5, $100 bills. In the same Wells Fargo envelope was another 7 $100 bills which the buyer kept, to be used later.
2 days later, seller claims $100 was fake. The bill was confiscated by bank and sent to Secret Service to investigate.
4 days later, seller claims another $100 was fake. They used to purchase another item on Craigslist, and that seller red flagged it.
Buyer had remaining 7 bills checked at bank and all were verified authentic.
Is the seller somehow running a scam? They have volunteered to visit a bank and get the 2nd flagged $100 checked with the buyer. Impression of seller is that they are just a regular family. Not mustache twirling villains.
The original bank says there is 0% chance they gave out fake $100 bills.
Now what? Seller would continue transaction, but buyer needs to pony up an additional $200 to cover the "fakes."
s/v Miss Marisol
1978 Watkins 27
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