Adventure Cab!

Adventure Cab!

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Sarah in Maine

Hi Craig: I have been "futilely" writing to "abuse", "elves" at craigslist, posting online complaints, for several months, in addition to flagging numerous posts by a Scam artist in Showhegan, ME. Your staff refuses to remove the ads and continue to allow the new posts. They won't allow me to post complaints about it in the forums and it is against TOS to post ads about other ads. What am I am to do? All I wish to do is warn the good folks of Maine that they ARE being scammed by this person, who is attending College to become a vet, yet posts ads as though she is illiterate, so as to gain sympathy and fleece the good people of Maine out of livestock, food, money, animal feed, furniture, etc. This person is getting bolder, with each ad. She begged for free chickens and then started to sell the chicks. She begged for pigs, and is now selling the piglets. She is the only one who is benefitting from these SCAMs, not the hypothetical people in her "sob stories". I personally wrote to the Town of Skowhegan and State Dept. in ME. This is not a charity, legal or otherwise. There is no license. Kim is accepting all these things, TAX-FREE. Since your staff will not put a stop to these SCAM ads, I will do whatever I can to notify the people of Maine HOW they are being scammed. I would like to hear from you. Perhaps you can check out my Blog. If you wish, I have many, many e-mails I sent to "abuse@craigslist.org", all of which were obviously ignored. I would appreciate any suggestions you have on this matter, particularly how to finally get these SCAM ads removed and ensure that they are never again posted. Sincerely, Sarah

Tom Williams

Craig, we have the same sense of humor… I would definitely never get into the adventure cab. My idea of a good cab ride is nice and boring, with no excitement at all. After 10 years of Chicago cabbies, I've had my share of adventure cab rides!

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