I was looking on Craig's list and Cycle Trader for a new (used) dirt bike. I emailed a guy in Tucson with a MINT almost new left over Honda XR650R for super cheap. He emailed me right back stating that he uses BuySAFE to make sure people feel comfy about his transactions. In fact he says the bike is already in BuySAFES possession for quick and easy shipping. He says I have 14 days to check out the bike when it arrives. If I am unhappy I will get a refund in 3 days. Then he asks for all my information so that he can start the BuySAFE process. None of this process matches BuySAFE's description on their website. I write buy safe and get the following information: buySAFE is NOT a payment service, nor an escrow service. buySAFE does NOT collect or hold money from buyers in a transaction and we do not ask for or accept money or money orders from buyers. buySAFE's services are only available to sellers and items which reside inside the United States of America and its territories. buySAFE's services are NOT available for items sold offline. At this time, buySAFE's services are ONLY available on select retail Websites and the following marketplaces: eBay, Overstock.com Auctions, and TIAS.com. (Please note: buySAFE is NOT currently partnered with Craigslist or AutoTrader, so transactions on those marketplaces will NOT be bonded by buySAFE). Any buySAFE Webpage will begin with www.buysafe.com, or shopping.buysafe.com, club.buysafe.com, or www.buysafeshopping.com. When you verify a buySAFE Seal directly from an item listing, you should see the URL http://www.buysafe.com/verifyseal.asp in your browser address bar. Again, ALWAYS look for and verify the buySAFE Seal to ensure a bonded transaction is valid. If you encounter an instance where buySAFE is being presented in a manner inconsistent with the list above, please avoid the transaction at all costs and report it to buySAFE immediately. Please be very careful of this scam.