Scammers post pictures and descriptions of cars used in other ads, and then ask interested buyers to wire money to hold the vehicle. But the car is non existent.
ST. LOUIS — Its been a tough year for the auto industry and finally it’s getting better.
Vehicle sales are starting to pick up to meet demand.
The I-Team finds that demand creates the perfect opportunity for scammers to intercept your hard earned cash.
Patricia Zamboni knows her time to see the world is running out. She has Diabetic retinopathy.
“My eyesight is failing. We just wanted to take in the sights of the country, before I lost my eyesight completely,” said Zamboni, over Overland.
Determined to live out her one last dream, Zamboni began looking on craigslist for an RV that she and her husband could travel the country in.
It wasn’t hard to find a deal.