gyre wrote:Scammers and thieves LOVE to meet in public, just so long as it isn't their home.
I read "meeting in public" as a huge red flag.
Eric wrote:If you're going to meet in person, ask them to meet at a police station or bank "for both of our safety". If they say "no", do not buy that ticket. I wouldn't trust anyone who didn't want to make a large $ transaction in a safe space.
gyre wrote:"Somewhere safe" is the illusion though.
I meet people at my home or theirs.
catinthefunnyhat wrote:wh..sh wrote:KEEP BUYING TICKETS FOR BURNING MAN POTENTIALLY FATAL™
theCryptofishist wrote:catinthefunnyhat wrote:wh..sh wrote:KEEP BUYING TICKETS FOR BURNING MAN POTENTIALLY FATAL™
catinthefunnyhat wrote:theCryptofishist wrote:catinthefunnyhat wrote:
*raises hand. waves frantically*
I got this one!
It was the scalper, in the barbershop, with the straightrazor.
gyre wrote:If you can confirm it, a will call ticket is more secure.
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