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First with the money, and second when you get turned away from the event.A similar scam involves genuine tickets that get canceled after you buy them. You purchase the tickets for less than face value, thinking you have a bargain.Be wary of any seller that recommends an escrow service to you, and if one does, take steps to verify its legitimacy.This one can take a bite out of your monthly income, and if you're not monitoring your finances closely, you may not even notice it.
And be wary of bills bigger than ; you can easily be handed a fake 0 bill, give the buyer the item and change, and be out of pocket twice." Of course, the check they have sent you is fake, but the bank will often cash it and then discover the fraud later.By that time, you're out of pocket, and the scammer's pockets are full of your money.The only way out, when you spot it, is to cancel your credit card. Another cell phone swindle is to provide you with a call back number that appears to be an answering service, but is in fact a pay-per-call number.Although you won't be out thousands of dollars like some warnings of these numbers claim (specifically the 809 code scam), you could be charged - to make the call.
And if enough people do it, that's a tidy sum for the scammer.