Hello, My situation is a little weird, but its extremely exciting for me, until proven a scam.. Well, i was went through some classifieds local ads today and i found a macbook (2.2GHZ C2D, 2GB Ram, 250GB HDD, brand new with box and reciept and a drop in copy of leopard) selling around 500$ (yeah i was ***** shocked...but i gave them an email, and they said it was truth) So after a few emails (yes it was to a real person) they mention they are in England, they had gone away for training for a job promotion and will not return for six months... but ask if i want to do the deal anyway. I said 'sure' thinking they would have me deal through a friend ..Turns out... She has the macbook and everything in england and wants to proceed with the deal through TNT (i have never heard of it, but the website makes it seem like Europes Canadapost, Yes i am IN CANADA she is in ENGLAND) she then sent me this email: It is explained step by step below: "A. First I will need your shipping information (i.e. name and address). 1. With this info, I will go to a TNT Location send the item to your name and address provided. 2. TNT will inspect the package and all the legal papers. B. As soon as the item is in TNT custody, you will receive a notification from them. 1. After that, you will make the payment for the item, and send the payment information to TNT for verification. 2. TNT will verify the payment information, and if everything is in order, they will deliver the product to your door step, and you will verify that everything is as supposed. 3. You will inform TNT that everything is in order, and they will release the payment to me. C. If by any reason, you will not be satisfied with the package, you will return the product to TNT with no expense. I will be waiting for your email." Now, is that really how TNT works? cause it does seem safe, Has anyone used this before, or knows how i can verify with TNT that this is REAL and not just a scam? (like calling them and checking before i send TNT my money) HELP! i could really use this macbook, and well.. its borderline scammish..but then again.. TNT seems real, and that situation about TNT not releasing my money unless i verify seems good..