>>> "Paul Root" says, "This might not be a scam. There is "Second Chance"
sales. If reserve is not met, the seller can offer it to the top bidder at
his/her price. Also, if the winner backs out or otherwise fails to pay, the
seller can offer that price to the next bidder."
This has all the earmarks of a scam. If it were legit, the seller would
already know your eBay ID.
And, when is the last time you heard of a car being shipped cross-country in
".. will send the item to your address and send you the trackingnumber. The
shipping will take 3-4 days and you will receive it atyour door."
It takes at least a few days to arrange for shipping and then while it may
only take a few days for the actual trip, no one can say they will deliver
your car to your door. Transport companies deliver where you arrange - as
close as they can get. And, you will need a shipper's Bill of Lading
number, not a tracking number.
Think - SCAM, SCAM, SCAM!
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