I recently placed an ad on Craigslist to sell my 2004 Gold Wing. I received what I thought was a reasonable inquire from a woman who said she wanted to buy my motorcycle for her dad as a Father's Day present. She said she would pay my asking price and would have a shipping company pick up my motorcycle after the payment cleared PayPal. I Googled the person's name and found that she (if she was a she) had run this scam in the past. I called this deal off as soon as I read about the scams. It seems that the person who contacted me was out to steal my Gold Wing and that the shipping company was part of this fraud as well. They run this elaborate scam to make you think that your PayPal payment was received but that they needed some sort of Tracking number before it could be released. The e-mail that appears to be from PayPal which references your motorcycle transaction is not real and that it is a phishing e-mail. So the shipper picks up your bike, you think you have money in your account and then the money is gone when you actually log into your real PayPal account. I just placed my bike on Craigslist again, guess what? I got the same scam request, this time from a soldier in Colorado who wanted to run the same scam. Beware! I know place in my ad that I must meet and see the person who is buying my motorcycle and that cash must change hands at the bank to release the title.