Buyer – Jerry Norman,

I am interested in your piano. Please get back to me with more details and your last price through my email
Jerry W. Norman

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  1. Cautious Seller, 28 November, 2008

    I also got an email from Jerry Norman. This email address was He offered to overpay $7500 for my equipment and have me send a check to his shipper. I have little experience about his but am always cautious. There was nothing other than the email posted. Any comments about Jerry Norman?

  2. ScamRadar, 28 November, 2008

    His offer to pay much more than your asking price is a “hook” to bait you into his scam. What happens is that he will send you a fake check. The problem is, you won’t realize you’ve been scammed with a fake check until the bank contacts you later on. By this time, you would have already sent the product to his “address”.

    It’s your loss… and he gets the product for FREE!!!

    Don’t fall for this scam

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