My mother wanted to sell her used I phone 6S 16gb cell phone in perfect condition. She contacted igotoffer.com and they made her an offer stating that if she sent them her cell phone then they would send her $450 via direct deposit 2 days after receiving the merchandise.She sent the cell phone via UPS and igotoffer.com received it on March 1, 2016. They are claiming that they received a package from her but the cell phone was not in the package instead there was a omega 3 glass bottle inside the package. They sent her a youtube video of this glass bottle that they are claiming that they received.I also watched the video and paused it several times to see the label. After reviewing the youtube video it looks like they took the label from her package and placed it on this bogus package that they are claiming that she sent them. This is fraudalent activity and needs to stop, so others are not scammed.My mother has stage IV breast cancer and is not feeling well. She needs the money to help her with her cancer treatments. I am so hurt and upset over this matter. I want justice served on these criminals.

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