Not 100% sure on that! Long story short back in 1979 a comp had a ad in TV guide for some new mens watches very cheap, this was about 5 weeks before Christmas and I ordered 2 for my brothers as gits and used a USPS Money Order for $69. (lot of $ back then) !File a claim. And they can check and see who deposited it where and when. And you can get a refund.
This /\ Armslist is designed for FTF transactions, anyone who offers to ship should be looked at as a scammer IMO. The entire idea of them listing firearms by state and then by city is to allow for FTF transactions. I've only bought a few firearms off Armslist, all FTF transactions, I've never had an issue.You should only buy in person, on ARMSLIST due to the high number of scammers. I've found some great items on ARMSLIST, though.
Maybe my coffee isn't properly caffeinated this morning. Can someone explain how a photo of a gun with a dollar bill through the trigger guard will validate a gun for sale? Thanks..I ask em for photo with dollar bill through trigger guard. If they actually have item its a simple request. I dont know why whoever owns and runs armslist is such a lazy careless person. Ive grown tired of trying to sell nice militaria at shows, but if owner of site lets it run wild why pay for a storefront?