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AVOID DEALS INVOLVING SHIPPING OR ESCROW SERVICESDisabled World does not handle payments, guarantee transactions, provide escrow services, or offer "buyer protection" or "seller certification"Most scams involve one or more of the following: An inquiry from someone far away, often in another country.
Western Union, Money Gram, cashier's check, money order, shipping, escrow service, or a "guarantee".
The foreign company may claim it is unable to receive payments from its customers directly you are offered a percentage of payments received this kind of "position" may be posted as a job, or offered to you via email BEWARE it is a scam!
Red flags leading up to the money request should also be taken into consideration.