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Re: [RC] Endurance horse buyer scam (long) - Amber Roberts



Ed & Wendy Hauser wrote:

Why give the buyer such a bargain?
1. Since this transaction will take some time, he should pay board say $500.00 per month or fraction, 3 months payable in advance.
2. What about brand inspection? State fees, and your time.
3. Proof of mortality insurance, to start with the holding period.
Ed
This is a great way to handle a scamer if you have the time.
Ed & Wendy Hauser
2994 Mittower Road
Victor, MT 59875
ranch@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:ranch@xxxxxxxxxxx>
406.642.6490


I received a similar email when I had a horse for sale, too, but I just hit the Delete key. Saved a lot of time. Her response was funny, however.

Amber

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