Hello, Just registered here due to a suspicious email I just received. As soon as I read it my "Spidey-sense" started tingling, but like most people who get duped by scammers, I want to believe it's true, so of course I started digging around. I haven't been able to confirm my suspicions yet, but I'm guessing someone here will be able to set me straight. I'm selling a motorcycle online, and after receiving a text asking for the "Firm price and condition" I sent a detailed reply by email which produced this response to my email address, from "Tech Sgt. Gary Sherlock" : (To me) I got your mail. Well, I have read through your ad and from what I have seen,it is priced favorably compared to others so I want you to consider it sold to me because I am ready to buy it for the asking price.I am Tech Sgt Gary Sherlock currently on duty serving the country.Presently I am out of town on duty in a remote area until November 12. We have a bad and fluctuating network here otherwise I would have called you and seal the deal on phone. At the moment, email and text messages works best for me.Nevertheless,I am ready to seal the deal right away and pay you via my PayPal account that is attached to my bank account as it is the only secure form of payment that I have access to right now. So,kindly get back to me with your FULLNAME,PAYPAL EMAIL ADDRESS,PHONE NUMBER AND THE PICKUP ADDRESS. so that I can initiate the payment immediately.If you don't have a paypal account, it is absolutely free to set one up, kindly visit www.paypal.com.A shipper will be hired that will come for the pick up upon the completion of the payment aspect of the transaction.Let me have the requested details to proceed with the payment if we have a deal. TY Sincerely, Gary I'm starting to think it must be, based on what I've seen on this site. If it is, what should I do? How should I handle it? Thank you to whoever takes the time to reply.