I replied to this posting and sent an email to email@example.com. I received a prompt reply from "Bill" Interesting because the name in the QRZ and FCC database is Byran! Thinking that "Bill" may be a nickname I sent another email to him requesting photos and a telephone number. This was promptly sent to me. I started checking things out. First, the phone number was not for the same address shown on QRZ or FCC databases. Second, in comparing the individual picture of the serial number to the photo showing the back of the radio it appeared the serial numbers were different. I asked for another photo of the back of the radio where the serial number would be clearer. "Bill" replied that he had already sent me a photo of the serial number! Third, a check of the serial number he provided showed the radio belonging to the photo serial number was manufactured in July 2013. Now my BS flag was very high! "Bill" said the radio was two years old. Forth, looking closer at callsign KB3PMG on the QRZ and FCC database showed the callsign expired in July 2017. I have not heard anything further from "Bill". I strongly suggest his posting be removed and handled like a scam.