I put my laptop up for sale on Craigslist the other day and I got an email asking if it was still available. I respond and tell her that it is available, and here is the email response that I received today. For some reason, something smells fishy, what do you guys think... "Hi, I am really glad you replied,Actually i haven't bought anything from this site before this is my first time buying things here i only buy things on Ebay buy i was introduced to this site by a friend of mine,I live in <address inserted here>,But i am buying this for my son (Williams),He's in Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Tucker North Georgia,I have promised him i will always respond to all his need since his father passed away last year even though i have been passing through hard times since i lost my husband i promise my son i am still able to perform my roles as a mother and i don't want him to feel the lost of his father. And concerning my payment method i will pay via Standard United States Postal Money Order because i believe it is very easy and convenient for both of us since we are not very nearer to eachother i could have love to handle the payment to you in cash.I have heard a lot of fraudulent stories about this site but i believe i am not in the wrong hand.Anyway i will offer you $600 for the (Gateway M250X Laptop ) Just for you to know that i'am really in need of this item to make my kid happy. So all i needed to make the payment completed is your Name,Address,City,State,Zipcode &Phone number where i can reach you at and i will also like you to attach the pictureeof the item for me if you can... And concerning the shipping i will handle that myself Via fedEx Courier or Ups cos those are the best delivering courier within North Georgia.I just want to use the best shipping company to make sure the shippment is delivered to the right address. N.B : I am expecting a reply from you as soon as possible so that i can be sure if we should continue this transaction." Any thoughts about this? This is my first time selling anything on craigslist.