Someone is making fake offerts instead of me. Caution for SQ6PNP offers

Discussion in 'Stolen Radios, Scams and Rip-Offs' started by SQ6PNP, Feb 5, 2019.

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  1. SQ6PNP

    SQ6PNP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks to KG7QBB Timothy I know that someone is trying to steal us.
    Someone is making fake offerts to sell ham radio gear with my callsign, but it is not me.

    I am Rafal SQ6PNP, I live in Wroclaw, Poland JO81KD
    Thief use Rafal Adelajda (it is not my surname) with fake email address.

    He tried to sell Kenwood TS930S with the serial # 4 110089, but he can offer You everything.

    My real email address is just, thief is using address: whitch is not mine.

    Please be carefull.

    Best 73,
    Rafal SQ6PNP, Wroclaw, PL
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  2. KD8DEY

    KD8DEY Ham Member QRZ Page

    Adding a disclaimer to your QRZ Bio Page, along with making sure you have an up to date E-Mail address remains one of the best practices....
  3. SQ6PNP

    SQ6PNP Ham Member QRZ Page

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  4. KG7QBB

    KG7QBB Ham Member QRZ Page

    I added that to my bio as well, I don't have much gear and I'm not offering any of it for sale. (Not that I've anything worth much anyway)
    I had made an off hand remark that I was looking for a kenwood ts930s, and lo and behold, this person offered it up with photos and everything! It looked legitimate, but too cheap and convenient, so I double checked using the qrz database to check call sign and made with the legitimate holder of the callsign, and confirmation that someone was trying to scam me using a lifted call sign.

    "I may have been born yesterday, but I've been up all night"

    Thank goodness qrz allows us a way to check on each other and make sure we are who we say we are. Without the database, I might have been just another novice tech with a baofeng getting ripped off by some lowlife guttersnipe.

    Respectful 73,

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