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Ok so I sold an electric guitar for $900 to this guy on craiglist. I said cash only. But he sent me a check instead of 1$,917. I was confused on why he gave me so much. I cashed the check then he told me to send him $800 through money gram for mover funds. I had no idea what that meant and he never told me before hand that he was gonna send me that much money nor that I have to send him money. He then threaten me saying he will call his attorney if I don't send him the money for mover funds. Me not wanting any problems. I did as he said. The next day he messaged me saying his son got in an accident and he needs the money back. At this point I already spent that money on a car. Can he legally press charges against me ? It isn't my fault his son got in an accident. And I can't do a refund. We never signed anything.
It could be a scam. The check he sent you may not clear and then you'll be out the $800. You're not obligated to refund him any money but under no circumstances should you send him any more money until his original check clears.
You were scammed. If he had cash - he would have given you cash. Anytime someone gives you more money than you ask, in a check, and tells you to cash the check and send the difference by Moneygram - you are being SCAMMED. Why would he not write a check out for the correct amount? You know why? Because he has NO MONEY to cover the check! And then you send him money, he is up your guitar plus eight hundred dollars! . DEAL LOCALLY WITH FOLKS YOU CAN MEET Tennessee PERSON—follow this one rule and avoid 99% of scam attempts. NEVER WIRE FUNDS VIA WESTERN UNION, MONEYGRAM or other wire service - anyone who asks you to do so is likely a scammer. FAKE CASHIER CHECKS & MONEY ORDERS ARE COMMON—BANKS WILL HOLD YOU RESPONSIBLE when the fake is discovered weeks later. CRAIGSLIST IS NOT INVOLVED Tennessee ANY TRANSACTION, and does not handle payments, provide escrow, "buyer protection" or "seller certification." NEVER GIVE OUT FINANCIAL INFORMATION (bank account number, social security number, eBay/PayPal info, etc.). AVOID DEALS INVOLVING SHIPPING Tennessee ESCROW SERVICES and know that ONLY A SCAMMER WILL "GUARANTEE" YOUR TRANSACTION. DO NOT RENT HOUSING Tennessee PURCHASE GOODS SIGHT-UNSEEN—that amazing rental or cheap item may not exist. DO NOT SUBMIT TO CREDIT Tennessee BACKGROUND CHECKS until you have met the job interviewer or landlord/agent in person. . You will find this on the main Craigslist site - ""avoid scams and fraud"" link.
When you cashed the check for the guitar, you accepted that as payment in lieu of cash. You do not owe him any ot he money, including the "mover" funds, that he has asked for after the original payment for the guitar. Ignore his continued requests for money. He can't legally do anything to you, despite his threats.