The scammers are at it again. Of course they all want to use a cashiers check, and have their "mover" pick up the "item". FWIW, my bank tells me that about 1/3 of the cashiers checks they get are "defective" (their term).
The scammers recently used K3AC as a call sign and firstname.lastname@example.org for an e-mail address, which is not the correct one for the real Bob. The real K3AC is active here, and it looks like now a fake one as well.
I have also had
IP Address: 220.127.116.11
Name: Chris Stewart
IP Address: 18.104.22.168
Name: Alex Sotelo
IP Address: 22.214.171.124
These have all been within the last week or so. Use caution!
For reports of scammers using other people's callsigns. Remember that any callsigns listed in this forum are likely innocent bystanders (subjects of identity theft) and, thus, are probably not guilty of anything. For bad transactions with verified ham operators, use the Feedback Forum instead.
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