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I posted an ad for a Marshall half stack amp on craigslist for $300 and this guy emailed me back saying "Do you accept PayPal payment? If we meet in person and I want it, I could pay with a credit card to your Paypal account" I replied saying that I only accept cash and I am not comfortable with sharing my paypal info. And he says, "Ok, if it makes a difference to you, I'm a Police Officer and can show my badge and Pahoa so you would feel safer" Is this a scam? If he is willing to meet up in person could this mean that he is trustworthy? I feel like this is a little sketchy! Would greatly appreciate if you can tell me what you guys think! thanks.
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Tell him you'll be glad to meet him if he brings cash. Otherwise, no deal. I would also respond by saying, "What a coincidence! I'm a detective! Bring cash." He won't show up.
PayPal is safe, meeting in person is always sketchy. I would agree to meet at a police station. The only information that he needs is your paypal email username however, with credit cards, there can be a waiting period before your funds are available. It's tricky for both parties involved because of the trust factor. I would have the equip. (marshall amp head) and a mobil internet capable phone/laptop in hand and have them access their paypal account and make the payment and you stay on your email until it says that a payment has been made. Then you transfer the goods. It's kinda like those movies where the guy won't hand over the package until he sees the money has gone into his offshore account. Same thing. But always take someone with you for Craigslist transactions and always meet in a public place.
Cash only means cash only to everyone. Regardless if he is a cop or not. ~ Using PayPal means he could claim a refund later. Don't do it.
Stay with cash , or money order, There is no way to tell if her is telling the truth and it is better to be safe than sorry. I would also make sure I was not alone for the "meet up" before he didn't show you the badge that may or may not be fake something could have happened to you. Police Officers should not be trying to put a person in this position.
I don't trust Craigslist so yea...
Probably. I would Just say no thanks to them
If the fact that he is a police officer would sway you to do this, offer to meet him at his station. Doubtful a robber/murderer is going to take advantage of you in a police station.