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#1 Tim Tyler

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Posted 21 June 2016 - 10:25 PM

There seems to be a rise in fraudulent sellers on this and other online forums lately.


Before you send anyone funds or goods, even if they are a long-time forum member, please please please do some research and make sure they are who they say they are.


Any legitimate seller or buyer will be happy to provide you with real information. Scammers typically just try to make the sale quickly without answering any complicated questions. Don't rush it.


Call the person on the phone and talk in detail about the item and transaction details. Make sure they know what they're talking about.


If you receive an email that looks like it's from SteadicamForum, make sure the web links are exactly steadicamforum.com, not something similar. Scammers can make a web site that looks just like SteadicamForum but is a fake. If you log in to their fake forum, they'll have your real forum login and can hack your account. They will change your forum email address, your password, and then they will impersonate you and send out scam emails trying to attract others to click the fake login links.


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Use a payment method that includes fraud protection. Don't use PayPal's "Gift" option which does not offer any protection.


Change your forum password often.


Be safe.

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