How do I avoid being scammed?
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Here are our tips to follow to help avoid being scammed:
- Cash/Wire/Bank Transfers /Western Union: DO NOT complete any purchases or send payments via Western Union or direct bank/wire transfer unless you have the confidence the Seller is a reputable militaria dealer with an established business that you can verify. Be very cautious of international Sellers requesting cash or bank wire transfer payments.
- If it's too good to be true, it probably is: We all love deals, but buying items sight unseen can be risky. If an item is priced far below market, does not include an accurate description, and the seller cannot provide further details and images, it probably doesn’t exist.
- Check Seller Ratings & Review Feedback: The number next to all usernames contains feedback ratings left by the collecting community. Evaluate the positive, negative, and neutral feedback in the Seller’s transaction history. If there are no positive ratings or previous buyers have not received their items, the seller may be a scammer so proceed with caution.
- WARSTUFF is not involved in any transaction: WARSTUFF provides Sellers and Buyers with a venue, we do not handle sales of items, receive payments, ship items or provide refunds.
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