This ad was posted this morning and was quickly flagged by one of the members. This is an example of what happens when a profile has been compromised. The scammer has gained access to the page by sending a phony link to the targeted ham telling him he needs to sign in to his QRZ account. Not knowing the link is a fraud attempt the ham signs in. At this point the scammer has all your credentials and in essence becomes you. He quickly changes or removes (as in this case) the email address shown on the profile page so it does not show up or it matches his posted item he is selling in the swap meet. At first glance the ad looks legit even after doing a search of the call sign of previous items listed or sold. If you look closely however you will see the scammer added a letter to the call sign which in reality is the scammers email address.