Was looking for a smoker on Craiglist Florida when I came across this ad and got very exicted.
It's a Meadow Creek TS 60 for $850. Just as I was going to buy it I decided to do a little research and found a complaint with the BBB. They are just scammers. I went to their Amazon storefront and they have nothing there also
Besides the above link they have another offering with a sweet trailer rig in front of a really nice house. They are posting that to. Wish I could find the link.
Rmemeber if its too good to be true.......it ain't. Or as David Bromberg said "beware brother beware"
Here is what I found
April 17, 2013-The BBB serving Northeast Florida and The Southeast Atlantic has received multiple inquiries about a company calling itself Overstock Clearance Center. The company website, www.overstockclearancecenter.com claims to sell generators, fitness equipment and children’s play sets at deeply discounted prices. Inquirers state that they have responded to craigslist ads and then are directed to the company website. The website advertises that the company is a BBB Accredited Business and that they have an A+ rating with the BBB, both of which are untruths.
The company requires that payments to be made through Green Dot MoneyPak or Google checkout, which gives consumers no recourse in the case that no goods are received. There is no address listed on the website although they claim to ship from Brunswick, Georgia. When researching the website BBB found that they are registered as a domain by proxy out of Scranton, PA. BBB has been unable to locate contact information for the web hosting company.
BBB checked with the Georgia Secretary of State Corporations Division, the Glynn County Occupational Tax Coordinator, and the City of Brunswick Business License Division and came up with no licensing information for overstockclearnacecenter.com.
Based on the above information it is BBB’s conclusion that this is a complete fraud and that the company does not exist nor has it ever existed. Extreme caution is urged. If you feel you have been a victim of this scam you may wish to contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov