Friday, November 23, 2007

Scammers

It has been recently brought to my attention that a scam artist has contacted one of my bidders pretending to be me to sell them my art. Obviously what they would do is take their money and send them nothing. This is really scary and I am taking this VERY seriously. I will only send my bidders emails through the ebay system or through my hotmail address that I have had for 10 years now. Please forward any emails from someone posing as me to: spoof@ebay.com
I do not do second chance offers after my auctions are over. Once an item is sold on ebay I do not like to duplicate it.
Jen

3 comments:

DesignsbyCK said...

Hey Jen,

That is terrible, hope you will be able to get this issue resolved ASAP! Keep us posted!

Thanks for your lovely post on my blog today! Thanksgiving was really nice got stuffed like the turkey I am! LOL '-)

Best,
Chris :)

Kitty Forseth said...

Hi Jen,

It's a shame that we have to even take the time out of our lives to deal with these scammers, grrrrrr!! I hope it gets resolved for you.

Your work is beyond gorgeous!! I am a huge horse-nut.. WOW WOW WOW!!!

All my best..

~Kitty

Carolee said...

Been there, done that. Had another one just last week, sigh....Good luck! Oh, and LOVE the unicorn, BTW!

Also, you'll be thrilled to know I'm tagging you for one of those "five random things" things. :) Here are the rules (which I'm pretty sure I didn't follow correctly, but following rules has never been my strong suit anyway.):

1. Link to your tagger and post these rules on your blog.2. Share 5 facts about yourself on your blog, some random, some weird.3. Tag 5 people at the end of your post by leaving their names as well as links to their blogs.4. Let them know they are tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.

Have fun. :)
~ Carolee