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Scam Alert!!!

Posted on August 5, 2014 at 12:44:21

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The following individual buys from you and then places a "Item Not Received" on Paypal. Here's the scammers info:

Phone: 6463859995
Paypal address:
Other email:

Here's the victims on Discogs:

Sellers be careful!!


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RE: Scam Alert!!!, posted on August 10, 2014 at 21:23:48
Cleet Torres

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How does the scam work? Does he insist you refund the money?



RE: Scam Alert!!!, posted on August 12, 2014 at 17:58:52

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you deal with overseas?


Why do you think he is the scammer, posted on September 2, 2014 at 13:52:05

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Location: So. California
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He may be honest, but did not receive the item. Address and family name (it is actually RADIČI) matches records you can find on the web, which would be unusual for a scammer.

How did you send it, do you have tracking number, do you have insurance, do you have proof of delivery? Are you aware that most of the stuff (size and value pending, as well as mood of the employee who processes it) has to go though the customs and buyer has to pay fees and taxes?

If you sent it though the regular snail-mail, good luck, it may be delayed for weeks, it may have been lost, stolen, god knows what.

"One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane."


RE: Scam Alert!!!, posted on December 24, 2014 at 19:46:09

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Okay, I looked this guy up. The way the scam worked is that he placed an order and waited til it was shipped. Then after three to fives days, he filed a Paypal claim for "Item Not Received". The account was deleted at Discogs but you never know, he might come back.

Also, if you look up the email address, you'll find that he offers financial advice, etc. He promoted himself by posting comments in Bank of America and Forbes magazine.


RE: Scam Alert!!!, posted on January 3, 2015 at 09:40:46

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Location: San Francisco
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anyone who purchases anything across international borders is basically completely defenseless should they get ripped off.

it is completely in the nature of international transactions.

so do NOT be surprised when it happens to you, if you insist on the practice...


RE: Scam Alert!!!, posted on January 18, 2015 at 11:17:58

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Joined: April 26, 2014
Also, this guy promotes himself in Twitter:

Here's his investment site:

Be careful out there.


RE: Scam Alert!!!, posted on April 7, 2016 at 14:25:07

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Location: san francisco
Joined: April 7, 2016
I dealt with the guy who goes by that name ..I dont think thats the same person..did not see this post but recognized the address .I think somebody is using the name in 2 different countries with different address


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