If you have to ask if it’s real, then your gut is telling you it isn’t.
What sticks out the most to me is the lengthy description of the truck, his plans and the payment arrangement.Lies tend to be long...and every anticipated problem is addressed.
Wouldn’t it be easier for all if he just put his cell phone number in the ad- especially if he’s a local boy living far away? Unless you don’t want someone asking you a lot of questions that you aren’t prepared to answer....
I say BOGUS!
—If you have to ask if its real, then your gut is telling you it isnt.—
That is exactly what happened, which is why I turned it down as soon as I found out it was not local.
BTW, there are a LOT of ads here for stuff that seems too good to be true. Every one of them has a “this is a scam” comment under it. Well, this one didn’t - until I posted one...