Ok. So, in the last week or so I have looked at at least three vehicles listed on craigslist that appear to be some kind of scam. Two of them claimed to be military related. One claimed to a USAF major stationed in Spain. The other one kind of got me a little pissed off. She claims that her husband died fighting in Afghanistan and she has to sell his car because it reminds her too much of him. She claims she is pregnant and having a rough time so she is having a friend sell it for her. Allegedly the car is in Colorado somewhere and she is in Texas or something. The same car the woman in Spain (allegedly) was selling, I found on ebay being sold from a car dealership in Kansas City. Same pictures, even the same VIN. If this vehicle in Colorado was legit, I'm sure they would simply sell it out there, especially for how little they are asking for the car. I get that there are scams everywhere. I don't like it, but it's just another part of daily life. However, when they are using the military to play on your sympathy it really gets under my skin. There are actually people out there who are dealing with real issues from the wars we are fighting. It just seems especially low, to me, to play on the sympathies of people who would really like to help those people.