Re: [CR]Ebay Fraud and Identity Theft, New Email address

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From: "ternst" <>
To: "Jerome & Elizabeth Moos" <>, "Bradley Woehl" <>, <>
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Subject: Re: [CR]Ebay Fraud and Identity Theft, New Email address
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 16:07:09 -0800

A neutron bomb would be far better. Gets rid of all living matter and after about four / five years radioactivity is gone, to make a restart. Ted Ernst ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jerome & Elizabeth Moos" <> To: "Bradley Woehl" <>; <> Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2004 3:20 PM Subject: Re: [CR]Ebay Fraud and Identity Theft, New Email address

> Bummer, Brad. I was just complaining here of having to delete five such
> bogus emails per week. I wasn't sure what would happen if one responed to
> one, but I had no idea they were that destructive. This kind of thing
> really pisses me off. Evidently, eBay and the authorities can do nothing
> because these guys live in places like Nigeria, where the government will
> do nothing. Maybe we need to drop a Marine batallian or two off in
> Nigeria on their way back from Iraq.
> Regards,
> Jerry Moos
> Houston, TX
> Bradley Woehl <> wrote:
> Hi All:
> To all of you who have ever bid on or purchased anything on Ebay from
> seller Velohaus.
> My appologies to any of you bidding on the 1971 all chrome Paramount P13 I
> had listed on Ebay that the auction ended early, I will relist it soon.
> This has been my account and I have sold many great things to people on
> and of this list.
> This week there was an "on line break" in that has caused me many hours of
> grief. Here is what happened:
> .
> first I got "Spoofed"
> then I was "Phished" with a series of 5 consecutive distinct and
> convincing emails claiming to be Ebay verifying my user info
> next my identity was stolen and account access denied
> then all my items for sale were delisded
> after, my email was heisted and later restricted.
> during my investigation into the matter I found another sellers blatant
> plagiarism of my ad copy
> even my photographs had been used.
> Later my phone lines were disconnected
> And to top it off our web site was taken off line
> All from responding to a bogus Email.
> This sucks almost as bad as finding our stolen Campagnolo equipped
> Waterford Built Gunner Roadie for sale on Ebay 10 days after it was taken
> from our shop. Fortunately the guy never took the shop decal off it so it
> was pretty obvious it was our bike. After numerous dealings with the
> police and beinged subpoenad to court 3 times we got the bike back.
> All appears OK for now but I have new Email
> Secondly I have a new Email address for VELOHAUS
> Bradley Woehl
> American Cyclery
> San Francisco, CA 94117
> (415) 664-4545