Craigslist, Ebay and other online buying/selling scams.
#377850 by Michelle Wed Dec 05, 2018 9:19 am
From: Scotia Bank <[email protected]>

You received a Payment of €419.00 Eur through Scotia Bank® Transfer.
This payment has been deducted from (Mell Lodin) account and would be fully credited to your account immediately you send us the shipment proof for verification. This methods were just recently implemented in order to prevent both seller and the buyer. Do go ahead with the shipment of the buyer's merchandise and send the Tracking number and Receipt to us in a reply to this confirmation message.

Reversals : This system of payment can not be reversed.

Status : Pending - Shipment Required

Seller and Buyer Protection - 100% Eligible

Receiver's name: Sharon Lodin Home Address: 212 Lydgate Road, Southampton.
Hampshire. SO19 6LU.
Country: United Kingdom, England

NOTE: This is to confirm to you that the mentioned amount has been successfully transferred by the Sender and been deducted from (Mell Lodin) Account which is ready to be credited into your account and this Payment has been subjected to be a Payment for a Merchandise purchased from you, we reserve the right to make sure this transaction is 100% Safe and Secured also to verify the legitimacy level on this transaction.

The sum above includes the SHIPMENT CHARGES. Do not hesitate to proceed with the shipment and get back to us with the shipment receipt in order for us to verify it and then finally credit your account immediately.

Issues with this transaction?

You have 48 HRS from the date of the transaction to go ahead with the Shipment Procedure.
Questions? Send an email to us in a reply of this Message.

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If you are reading this because you have received a similar fake invoice or notification, kindly forward it to the address in my signature line and I will report the details to the appropriate authorities.


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