This is a notice to all new users especially eBayers.
If it looks too good to be true, in MANY cases, not all of them, it is.
Nigerian and Ethiopian scammers are everywhere. They are all over the world, and you just learn the hard way with them if you even for a second fall for their scams.
Always do a background check on everything, the store supplier and the buyers even if possible.
Making absolutely certain of what you got going, is better than stumbling about snatching up what looks to be great profit and then finding out the hard way when you are scammed.
Most of these criminals I have seen deserve to be in jail, so I consistently work to better the environment and throw these crooks in jail.
But you don't have to be overly cautious, just make sure to double check everything.
I got very close to my supplier and asked alot of questions before even thinking about doing an order. Even still, he and DHGat are not perfect, and I have had to LEARN that I can not expect that.
But a very high favorable rating is far better than NOT. And the more scams you can sniff out, the better you will make the marketplace, and will make it safer for other ebayers as well to do business.
Thanks for reading this. Remember, there is millons of people on the internet waiting to do legitimate business. Seek them out and drive the traffic to you, don't stay hung up on scammers, or one time 'profitable deals' which are really designed with malicious intentions.
There's millions of things to sell too.