They used the code word ‘Roxy boardshorts size 30.’ 30 stood for 30 mg. Don’t make brunch plans through the classified section.
Another bust revealed that heroin was being sold as ‘roofing tar.’ Bad news for some poor guy just trying to fix a leaky roof. Riding The H Train – The only train you’ll be riding is the one straight to jail if you meet up with this dope slinging degenerate. Rolls Royce – Don’t get your hopes up if an online suitor offers to take you out in his Rolls Royce.
A spokesperson for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said people who used websites to buy and sell goods must be vigilant.
So you’re cruising Craigslist’s casual encounters section. Unless you’re a serial killer with low expectations, Craigslist is no place to find love. For those looking for trouble, Craigslist is full of it.
You start talking to a self-shrinking violet who wants to par Ty and be wooed with roses. If you fell for the shrinking violet story, you missed the hidden message written between the lines. But for others, missing the hidden codewords implanted in an ad could land you in a sticky situation.
I will be paying you through Pay Pal linked up with my Westpac bank account, please get back to me with your Paypal details, I have also contacted my courier who will come for pick up and deliver it to my place in Darwin after the whole fund has been cleared into your acct.
Manager of operations and security at the au website, Dimitri Kulshitsky, said if the seller agreed and provided payment or banking details, the scammer would then send a fake transaction report. "Usually they don't have access to the internet or the phone, they can use only email and text message.