If You Are Defrauded on the Net...

David Stinson arc5 at IX.NETCOM.COM
Mon Mar 22 20:00:42 EST 1999

Those of us who buy and sell with honest intentions
would like to pass on some good advice to file,
just in case:

If you have exhausted good-faith efforts to resolve a situation
and feel you have been defrauded,  and
if payment or product was sent to a person via the U.S. Postal Service,
you may file Mail Fraud Charges.  Please contact your local Post Office
for more information. You might also want to review the information on
their Web site page about Fraud on the Internet:


You may also file a fraud report with the National Fraud Information


(paraphrased from Ebay Fraud Prevention)

73 Dave AB5S

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