Hot off the Press Bogus Kubota Tractor for sale.
I just worked a case where my nephew was smart enough not to send $6000 to a scam. Here is the important information. The scam is being run by a person calling herself Molly Burnett. She is claiming to have a Kubota tractor for sale due to her father’s recent death. The serial number she provides is 50166. For your information, an actual Kubota VIN has letters and numbers. She placed an ad in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, classified ads for the sale of this tractor using the following phone number: (878) 444-0647. This phone number leads you to a Google phone number account that no one will answer, but you can leave a message. You will receive a text message back from phone number (724) 313- 6164. This person will tell you they’re trying to help out the family member whose father had recently died. They want you to give them an Amazon card number or credit card number, where they will charge only $2000 of the $6000 they are selling the tractor for.
The Kubota tractor they are supposedly selling is a 2002 Kubota B2910 tractor 30 hp diesel engine with only 645 actual hours. They go on to state it has all the original floor mats, all books, with a complete set of tools, the keys, and everything works on the tractor. They also state they will give you five days to inspect it once it has been delivered. They state they had a buyer who could not get finances for the tractor and they had already paid for shipping and could not get a refund on their shipping fees. They stated they would go ahead and pay for the shipping. Of course we don’t know where the supposed first buyer was going to have it shipped to. They also state the Kubota tractor is free of any liens and the title is clear. In addition, they state again they have the all documents, service records, owner manuals and it will come with the tractor.
They also have a bogus Amazon account. It does not say Amazon.com. It says Amazon.inc.
They will also send you several very nice photo of a red Kubota Tractor.