Yes, I'm still considering getting a bike. Found one that I would like to have up in Detroit. It's listed on eBay, but I'm kind of concerned because of the spelling of "tyres". Why would someone in Detroit spell it that way?
I am curious if it is a scam. You should tell him your buddy is going to stop by and need to get directions to the bike. I'd peep it for you!! But just to see what his deally is!
What's the "W" word towards the end of the descrip? The guy can't spell that's for sure.... that could be a good indication he/she is from D-town. However, the green moss on the ground means he's lieing or that's a OLD pic!
It's a scam. He didn't answer a single question that I asked. Here is the e-mail response that I received when I asked where he was in detroit, if the bike had been dropped and the specifics and I also asked for a picture of the other side of the bike.
You have the opportunity to purchase this bike at US $4,656.00. So
following eBay 's sugestion, I've contacted you this way.
The bike its in a very good condition with NO scratches, dings or damages!
The deal will go strictly according to eBay's rules and policy
regarding to this offer- to start the official transaction, I need to know your
Full name and address:
As soon as I have them I'll start the official procedure, and eBay will
notify you about this. You'll also receive important guidelines +
instructions from them (please go through them exactly).
I'll handle the shipping, so this will be free of charge for you + I am
willing to deduct you with the fee for handling the payment procedure.
Also, a refund policy will be included.
Looking forward to hearing from you!