I was looking for a good deal on a car on Autotrader the other day. I came across a great deal (too could to be true) and sure enough it was. I received the following email: "Hello and thank you for showing interest in my 2002 Audi A4 3.0 Quattro. The general condition of the car is excellent, very well maintained, no damages, no mechanical problems and no electrical issues. It has a clear title free of any liens or loans and free of accidents. Here you have some details about it: 76.350 Kilometers, Engine: 3.0L, V6, 6 Cylinder, Fuel: Gasoline, Transmission: Automatic. My final price is $2450 including the shipping to your address. I sell the car because I have a big problem with my son, is addicted to drugs and I need money fast to help him to rehab. All documents, including owner's manual, clear title and a bill of sale will be provided along with the car. Also about payment and shipping I will use only eBay vehicle purchase protection so we can both be protected. If you're interested to purchase just email me. Please reply only if you have the funds available. Thank you" Any sane person would never fall for this, but I can see some innocent people out there loosing out on their hard earned dough. Anyone have any creative ideas to stick it back to them?