Craigslist, Ebay and other online buying/selling scams.
#386018 by AlanJones Thu May 16, 2019 12:29 am
From: INTERAC [email protected] - [email protected]
Subject: INTERAC e-Transfer from Mary Parker

Dear XXX,

Mary Parker ([email protected]) Sent you an INTERAC e-Transfer (previously INTERAC Email Money Transfer).

Amount: $440.00 CAD

Description: New Samsung Galaxy S8-64GB, Unlocked

NOTE: This INTERAC e-Transfer payment of $440.00 CAD has been deducted from the buyer's account and has been "APPROVED" but will not be credited to your account until the postage shipment tracking number is sent to us for verification so as to secure both the buyer and the seller, due to the fact that the buyer is under the User Protection Policy so as to secure the buyer's transaction.

We will advise you to get back to us with the shipment tracking number for verification of shipment and clearance of your funds and our customer security service center will attend to you.

Shipping Address:

ROBERT EVANS
1010 E ARKANSAS LN, APT 189
ARLINGTON TX, USA 76014


NOTE :
Do not hesitate to contact us for any question

**PLEASE NOTE**
Once your item has been shipped and the shipment reference# is sent to us, You will receive a "CONFIRMATION EMAIL" from INTERAC e-Transfer Team informing you that the Fund has been credited.

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What is an INTERAC e-Transfer? (previously INTERAC Email Money Transfer). If you use online or mobile banking at a participating financial institution, you can send and receive money quickly and easily.

Email or text messages carry the notice while the financial institutions securely transfer the money using existing payment networks. If your financial institution does not yet offer INTERAC e-Transfer, you can still deposit transfers to any bank account in Canada.
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