Don't fall victim to eBay Motors scams. Know the red flags, such as not being able to see the car in person first, a pushy seller, or a strange payment method.
When selling items online, accepting a cashier's check for payment can be a risky business as scammers use fake cashier's checks to steal from you.
Reading product descriptions when shopping on eBay is crucial, as scammers often hide important information in them that could make you think twice about buying.
Fake PayPal emails regarding your eBay transactions are sent by scammers to fake payments and steal your information.
Don't trust anyone who asks for payment via eBay gift cards, even if they claim they are from a legitimate company or government agency.
Although somewhat harmless, being a target of a brushing scam can mean your information is compromised and could lead to more harmful scams.
Buying tickets via sites like Craigslist and Facebook may be the cheaper option, but you also risk buying a fake ticket that won't get you anywhere.
When buying a car via eBay, make sure you complete the purchase using eBay's system, or it won't be protected and you could lose thousands.
Not all vehicles are what they seem on eBay—make sure you check the vehicle's background and mechanics before you buy or you could put yourself in hot water.
When buying on eBay always read the product description carefully. Scammers are using deceptive tactics to trick you into paying for an empty box.