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Craigslist Columbus
Two craigslist cheaters were arrested from Columbus
Craigslist has been used for scamming many people since long time. There are many examples of scanning where the fake sellers or buyer cheated many people. Recently two people living in Columbus were arrested by police for dodging several people for providing video games and phones. Several people paid for games but never received them. Both cheaters place ad for Sony Playstation 3 but never provide it to the people. Along with posing ads they provide the description that they bought for the son or gifted by their girl friend. Moreover, they describe that they broke up with their girl friend so, they listed here for sale. These details about scammers were provided by Attorney General Mike DeWine. Both of them described at craigslist that they were residents of Ohio but they told the possible buyers that had lived in buyers’ state. Robert White, 32 and Nicholas Lamb, 28 told the police that they stated to potential buyers that they gain confidence from buyers’ state. The men also sold in the past mobile phone, phone cards and PS3 games. The attorney general provides instructions to police to prevent the men who are cheating many people. He is also considering the fine and other charges for arrested cheaters.
http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2011/07/08/columbus-craigslist-scammers-sued-by-attorney-general.html

http://columbus.craigslist.org/

 
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