Friday, July 04, 2008

Couple sought in eBay ripoffs

WYOMING – Borough police Thursday filed several charges against the owners of the eBay Drop-Off Store for failing to return items given for sale and failing to return cash proceeds for items sold.

Arrest warrants have been issued for Benjamin Waltman, 27, and Kimberly Waltman, 25, both of Jenkins Township. Each faces charges of deceptive or fraudulent business practices, theft by failure to make required disposition of funds received, theft by deception, theft by unlawful taking or disposition, receiving stolen property and criminal conspiracy.



ulfwolf said...

Great post.

Perhaps I can add to this that the best way to guard against being ripped off by online sales or auctions is to use an online escrow company. Although it does add some cost, that will take uncertainty out of the transaction.

For my money, the best bona fide online escrow (and there seems to be ten fraudulent escrow sites for every bona fide one) is probably ( In fact, it’s the only one that eBay recommends.

Take care,

Ulf Wolf

Artmanni At Large said...

That's nothing compared to what the eBay scammer Dean Artmanni got up to for years in Australia and New Zealand... more at

Sagar said...

unfortunately i’m not a good tipster so i’ll try your advices described below.
internet auction sites

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