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Possible SCAM
« on: August 29, 2018, 1804 UTC »
Wanted to alert folks -- after posting a WTB item here, I was contacted by someone claiming to have
the item and asking for direct Western Union or "Walmart to Walmart" payment.  Turns out, an online
search shows this to be a scam.  Here's the link discussing this on QRZ.com:  https://forums.qrz.com/index.php?threads/be-aware-of-scam-from-an-email.599081/
Dan in Potomac, MD (USA)  eQSL to:  dxace1@gmail.com

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