Folks, There is an active scammer who is targeting SELLERS in this forum. The scam begins when the potential buyer sends an email asking you to click on a link in the email. The link has been disguised to look like a legitimate QRZ link but when clicked it brings up a counterfeit QRZ Login page. The page looks just like our Login page however the web page address (visible at the top) is clearly not QRZ. The danger posed by this scam is that by attempting a login on the counterfeit page, you disclose your login details and password to the scammer. What happens next is anybody's guess and is especially bad if you use the same password for other websites. Note that the scammer is not interested in what you are selling and his only goal is to steal your password. Here is an example of an actual scammer's email which was a response to an ad posted here on QRZ: Date: Fri, 30 Oct 2015 16:33:46 +0000 From: <redacted>@yahoo.com To: <redacted>@msn.com Subject: Re: Kenwood TS-440AT Hello, Thanks for your reply. I sent out 5 inquiries. Pls click on the link below to check if that is your advent on QRZ swapmeet. https://forums.qrz.com/index.php?forums/ham-radio-gear-for-sale.7/ So we can proceed with shipping and payment. Thanks 73 Be extremely careful when clicking on links in email from unknown senders. In most cases your email program will show you the actual destination that a link goes to if you hover the mouse over it. When in doubt, copy and paste the link into a text editor to have a close look at its contents. If it looks good, you can paste that into a browser. Do not click directly on the link in your email program. Above all, be very suspicious of any page originating from email that brings up a login screen. Don't type in your password and don't proceed. Close your browser and reboot your computer to be safe. It is okay to forward any such email to email@example.com. We will quarantine and keep these on file for law enforcement.