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    Hi

    Has anyone tried selling on Amazon? I have for the 1st time put my camcorder for sale and have received 2 emails asking for pics. These were genuine as I checked the properties. But after that I received an email from the same person confirming payment. He asked me to send to Nigeria!!!!! That made me thinking!

    Have you experienced anything like this? I replied to him and I am wondering if he can hack into my account.

    Any comments appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Nigerian 419 comes to mind -
    http://www.hoax-slayer.com/nigerian-****s.html
    the rule of thumb is if it says Nigeria, or has a $ sign, it's a ****!

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      I used to sell books on Amazon (second hand obviously) and it turned out to be a waste of time. Too many people listing books on there and everyone listed at 1p, which I admit is great for the buyer but not for the seller as you get £2.76 (I think) which is postage plus your 1p but then with fee's etc you end up only taking £1.41 which then you have to use to post the book - fine if it's a small paperback but not if it's a huge hardback book. It might be worth it for items that are worth more money but the secondhand books market on there is saturated with 1p books.

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