I thought I would share this incident I saw on Ebay a couple of days ago. While checking out the Ebay Motors website, I viewed an auction for a '69 Mach1 Mustang 428 for only $5700 in pristine condition. Say what? This is a car that can easily sell for more than 30k. The seller listed the car with a "buy it now" option with free delivery. The seller wrote that the bidders should not click on the buy it now button, until there was a sent email to the seller to make the transaction. The seller wanted a $500 downpayment to complete the sell. So I thought what the heck. Let's play.:cool2: I emailed the seller saying I was interested in the car and will have the cash. I said I will fly to the location of the car and make the transaction in person. Simple enough! The sellers response was that I needed to give my Ebay ID to complete the transaction and money was supposed to be wired via Western Union. Bull Sh!t!! This isn't how Ebay works!! I will not send money to anybody this way. The auction was imediately removed from Ebay!! Kind of funny the seller didn't respond to my reply of meeting face to face to make the transaction in person. Reason being the car was listed for only $5700 was so the seller would only face a petty theft charge and no Internet fraud!! Just make sure of what your bidding on and make sure it's a secure transaction!!