Grantura Mk2a on Fle bay?

Grantura Mk2a on Fle bay?

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Tonymg

Original Poster:

690 posts

138 months

Thursday 16th May
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Hello a Grantura on Fle-bay did the Reg check on Gov.uk MOT and it comes up as Red?

BHF870A any one got info on it?

Tony?

ianwayne

2,250 posts

209 months

Thursday 16th May
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Listed 3 times with email contact details in description. Scam listing I'm afraid.

The car itself has no MoT history whatsoever incidentally so if it exists, it's been off the road a long time.

51tbird

1 posts

Thursday 16th May
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Hi this car belongs to me , it used to be red and was exported to Italy for a long time hence no history as this is not the original reg. Have reported to Ebay.

Tonymg

Original Poster:

690 posts

138 months

Thanks for the heads up I keep an eye on e bay

and if it is a scam don't these people think about us guys

chating on the net and try and fined out about things for sale these days

with the net.... not like the old days when a punter cant fined any thing about a car





Edited by Tonymg on Friday 17th May 04:07

V6 Pushfit

10,261 posts

51 months

Tonymg said:
Hello a Grantura on Fle-bay did the Reg check on Gov.uk MOT and it comes up as Red?

BHF870A any one got info on it?

Tony?
Its been for sale on ebay 20 times in the last six months to my knowledge by the same scam artist that hijacked my account. As soon as hes taken down he starts again within minutes so expect it to be sale for many months to come. Always uses a photo as the despription to fool ebay fraud scanning.

He used to be located in ' U. k ' this time hes not too sure if hes in the UK or Germany !
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ianwayne

2,250 posts

209 months

It's the location of the person holding the account that's been hijacked I presume! Guessed or stolen password is required to do this and I've even sent email to the account holder to tell them but never got a reply. These accounts are either compromised or abandoned by the original user.

V6 Pushfit

10,261 posts

51 months

They’re hijacked, often turned into business accounts, and sometimes it’s a dodgy account to start with. Back in 2017 when I noticed this scammer a couple of ‘account holders’ just didn’t want to know when I alerted them.

classicaholic

170 posts

11 months

Same scammer from Germany has a Morgan on with £1 start or BUy now for 8k!
If they didn’t do such low offers they might look more plausible
I wonder if they ever take anyone in?

V6 Pushfit

10,261 posts

51 months

classicaholic said:
Same scammer from Germany has a Morgan on with £1 start or BUy now for 8k!
If they didn’t do such low offers they might look more plausible
I wonder if they ever take anyone in?
Look at his ‘other items’.
Normally about 160 cars etc

Raven 930

143 posts

197 months

Yesterday (12:53)
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When the £1 start listings appeared at the weekend I checked his other items - over 4000 of them. How the hell do they manage to list so many items and then keep track of what they're up to? And as many have said, why don't eBay seem to be able to prevent it occurring?
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V6 Pushfit

10,261 posts

51 months

Yesterday (13:53)
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Raven 930 said:
When the £1 start listings appeared at the weekend I checked his other items - over 4000 of them. How the hell do they manage to list so many items and then keep track of what they're up to? And as many have said, why don't eBay seem to be able to prevent it occurring?
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Don't have to keep track- just wait for an incoming email from someone who is duped to try to get them to part with their cash....

RayTVR

815 posts

84 months

Yesterday (16:16)
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Shame, I was very interested in the 27' yacht at £1.