unsafe. this is a far-too-typical scam tactic.
by wg0z - 18 hours ago
This is almost certainly a scam. Besides, you are violating Ebay rules doing this, so that when you find out you've been scammed, eBay will NOT help you - in fact you'll be barred from doing future business. the scammer knows this. The guy will likely "pay" you from a fake or hacked account, then file a dispute once you've sent the goods off to him.
by InspectorBudget - 18 hours ago
What is he going to do with your email? You give it to him anyway after he wins the bid? I don't see how this could be harmful.
by Mitchell - 18 hours ago
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