FS: Knight Infill Plane

For sale: Lightly-used Knight Infill with steel body (original body style) and English Walnut infill, $350 + shipping firm. Inquiries should be sent to smalltractorboy at yahoo.com (replace " at " with "@" when responding).
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Mark why not try selling it on eBay? I can tell you how to do it if you need...
Alex
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eBay has become a haven for people bent on committing fraud!
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Ah, so you've been banned, right?
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I've been buying on eBay for years... only been ripped off once, recently, on the purchase for a printer. But this person was an idiot and because of me their membership was cancelled. If you're the one selling, how can you get ripped off if you get the money you want for the plane? eBay is much safer than you think, I buy all the time.
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Do you not check seller feedback ratings before you buy?
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I also have bought stuff on Ebay and so far so good. Whether buying *or* selling I always check feedback. If you're worried some buyer will stiff you on a winning bid you can post this disclaimer:
"I reserve the right to reject bids from bidders with negative feeback. If you do have negative feedback and wish to bid inquire first. Payment must be received within 10 days after auction ends or item will be relisted and negative feedback posted."
One guy who had negative feedback and I allowed to bid was late in paying for the item and I emailed him. Said he was waiting for his tax refund check. I gave him an extension and he did pay, but he has subsequently been banned from Ebay, but not by my doing.
Layne

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It has nothing to do with the seller or the buyer on eBay. I have been selling and purchasing on eBay for five and half years, but I quit using the service a couple of months ago when I started to receive very official looking, fraudulent e-mails asking me to cancel my PayPal payment and remit it to a different address immediately after winning a bid. The scary thing is that they not only had my name and e-mail address; they also knew that I purchased items using "Buy it Now" on auctions in which the buyer must use PayPal to secure the item. eBay and PayPal both have what looks to be backdoors into their systems (or someone is running a data mining application on raw packets traversing the net) because names and e-mail addresses are not public knowledge on auctions. IMHO, there is has been a serious breach of security in one or both of these organizations.
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I did a little research and found that the source of the breach was PayPal (see: http://www.shareholder.com/paypal/releaseDetail.cfm?ReleaseID 0960&Category=US). If you did business with any of these merchants, then your eBay and PayPal Identities have been compromised.
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I have received those fake emails! I forwarded one of them to Paypal. It was easy to figure out. Any email where it asks you to fill an online form with all your personal info, is deception from a thief! As far as fear of getting ripped, just do further investigation with your buyer or seller.
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with all

ripped,
I too received one of the e-mails requesting that I forward my PayPal payment to a different address on a "Buy it Now" auction that required immediate payment. The e-mail message looked authentic and the routing headers were spoofed very well. Plus, the speed at which the message arrived was truly amazing. There are most definitely people out there that are mining listings that meet the above listed criteria, and comparing the winner bidder names against data mined through fraudualent PayPal activity. The people behind these scams have raised the bar. I too quit using eBay and PayPal because life is too short to live in constant state of paranoia.
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calmly ranted:

Any of WHAT merchants? The press release didn't say, Mark. And the breach was when clueless merchants gave their ID and Password through the spoofed email link even though Paypal says (when you sign up) that they will never ask you for your info via email. They also send email to us to tell us of the spoofs and how not to fall for them. What more could you ask?
Paypal is solid. (But I have a separate Paypal bank account, JIC.)
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