I posted in a thread about interest in regards to an Icom IC-746PRO and received an email from Michael Mariani (firstname.lastname@example.org) "Hi Frank, I've got an Icom 746 Pro that's been sitting on my shelf gathering dust for a while now. Never really caught the bug on this one so I've finally decided to sell it off for $600. If you're interested I could send you pictures. Thanks and 73s Michael Mariani/ko1l " I sent this in reply "Hi Mike, I just talked to a gentleman on qrz who is selling me one for $650 with all the goodies to go with it. I've committed to meeting him locally tomorrow. But, I am curious, your qrz profile doesn't mention the 746 and your email is not listed on qrz.com. If you are planning on selling it to another ham be sure to update your profile so the email matches with whats on their profile for swapmeet protection. 73, Frank /KB3GWQ" I never received an email back and I still find it odd his email wasn't listed on qrz and the radio isn't mentioned in his profile with his list of radios. So beware. If this is legitimately Michael then I apologize, but theres an awful lot of fake emails with <callsign>email@example.com attached to them.