Almost surely scam. they're hoping you copy their email into your own email and send.
I haven't quite figured out what they do with your email once they have it, but I've run across it several times.
Often when I'm selling a vehicle or large $ item they will shoot me a text that always somehow looks auto generated and not personal. They say you need to email pictures or other information to them at a particular email address. Interestingly, if you tell them to just call you, they disappear and never get back.
Last Edit: 2017/08/12 10:55 By ctkog.
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