I have an O/T car on craigslist and got an email last night asking "still available?" which it is, so I replied; to which I got this answer: I'm glad you still have it for sale,i would have love to come and see it,but my scheduled is very tight.I will mail out your payment once you provide your full name.phone number and address.I can only pay via money order as am on a business trip now,pls let me know where to send your payment to because i wouldn't want to lose it to some else.I don't mind adding ($20) dollars so you can keep it in my favor,you should get your payment in 7-9 working days i will appreciate if you can get the ad off craigslist so i can be sure you are keeping it in my favor.Please let me know as soon as you receive it so i can start making arrangement for the pick-up. Thanks Now on top of all the obvious flags, the car is an 11 year old asking $750 beater, a Sable the trans shifts goofy on, even if I do sell it there's plenty more out there. So it's obviously a scam of some sort. But what I don't get is how this one works. I assume the payment is fake, but I can't see using one to steal this particular car, we're not talking like a Corvette here. All I can guess is if you took him up on it when his payment comes it's "accidentally" made out for like $2000 over, at which point the guy asks you to western union the overpayment back to them. Beyond that, I don't understand what they would gain. Unless they're just after your name and info to steal your identity. Anyways I hadn't seen one of these before, so I thought I'd post it on here just to make people aware, somebody came up with a new twist on the same old shit.