Known as James Terry, he also uses the alias, David Terry (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Still available for sale?
Then you will receive something along these lines:
I'm glad it's still for sale. I'm going on a vacation to London but I will instruct my assistant to prepare and mail you your payment which I'm sure you will get it in about 5 - 7 business days. I'll add $20 extra for the delay. Money Order or cashier check is the means I can pay you with. If this is acceptable by you, Send me your info (i.e full name, mailing address and your phone number) so payment can be mail out immediately. I will also make arrangement for pick-up which will be after you must have received and cashed the payment.
Awaiting your info.
The scammer will send you a cheque for more than the amount owed. He will ask for the excess to be returned to him or sent to his courier.
The cheque is fake or stolen. Eventually the bank will find that it's a bad cheque and you will be out of pocket.
Understand that even if your bank tells you that the cheque has cleared, it does
not mean they will take responsibility for it when it is returned. They are
required by law to give you access to money within a few days but later, when
the cheque goes to a clearance house or the original bank, the cheque will be
returned and you will be held responsible. It can take days, weeks, or even
months for the fraud to be discovered and you will be required to pay all of
the money back, regardless of who sent the cheque to you.