Be alert that there are scammers from nigeria, They act interested in your items for sale offer you more than what its worth the send you a phony cashiers check, After the check arrives they email you and you tell them there is a 3-5 day hold on the check. They state that they cant wait that long and say can you pay the shipping now for your item. you send them money by wired fund to pay shipping you will never hear from them again ever. I was selling a TV and A Tom Berg was interested in it, He said he has a client interested in the TV. So I said ok. he sent a Cashiers check and of course its a bad check. If I would have cashed it before checking it out, I would have been paying charges for a bad check. How many other people has these scammers tried this on. On the Internet do a search for the nigerian 419 scams What cought my eye about this is: (1) The check was not very well done. (2) The adress on the envelope was from washington (3) The bank is in Texas (4) The UPS overnight was originated in Michigan (5) The original emailer was in Lagos, Nigeria (6) He was emailing and calling contstantly (7) The check had James Norman who sent the check (8) The letter sender was Regina Beggs from Seattle (9) The person emailing me was Tom Berg from Africa (10) They offered me more than I was asking If it looks suspicious it most the time is Fradulent.