Fraud protection and common sense rules
Protect yourself against Internet fraud!
You can avoid fraud by following these simple rules of common sense:
Prefer local exchanges, with people you can meet in person.
Avoid all international transactions by Western Union, MoneyGram or any other service, anyone who asks you is a scammer. Check the identity of your correspondent and find out as much as possible about the item you wish to purchase. To avoid misunderstandings, ask all the questions you deem necessary to the seller.
Never give your financial information: (bank account number, social security number, eBay / PayPal information, etc.) Never send or give checks (crossed out or not) until you meet the seller in person, and you are sure.
Do not accept a foreign check: You risk paying for your bank a fee for a foreign check cashed without a fee.
Recognize a fraud:
Most frauds involve one or more of these elements:
Offer someone very far, often in another country.
Western Union, Money Gram, bank check, money order, remittance (especially abroad).
the inability or refusal to meet face-to-face with the seller.
Business too interesting to be true and prices too low Unsolicited offers. If a stranger sends you an unsolicited offer for a "case". Ignore it!
The language (Arabic / French / English) is very approximate.
The person has already sent (or wants to send you) a check whose amount is greater than the amount of the advertisement.
foreign check cashed without any funds.
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