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Date Posted by Category User IP

2012-02-08 (UTC)

W8DU

HF Radios

Scams abound!!!

I recently posted a 'wtb' classified and received several scam responses. They all came from England and purported to be from US hams who were temporarily in England. The deals they offered were fantastic...classic "Too Good To Be True" deals.
SO....beware of scammers posing as valid US hams. One even managed to send me a message from a US ham's qrz.com account which the scammer apparently had hacked. A good way to shut them down is to tell them you will only send money to their FCC registered address. That will be the last you hear from them. Caveat/vendor emptor.

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