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Please 🙏 help me I met a buyer of coins in Facebook who are DHL and he wants a delivery fee is that a scammer?

Because he want a delivery fee how is that impossible

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    what does DHL mean? May 10 at 11:44
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    He wants a delivery fee?
    – RonJohn
    May 10 at 14:36
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    @mhoran_psprep DHL in the UK almost invariably refers to a courier/parcel/shipping company. The "buyer" presumably wants the OP to pay the delivery charge, before any payment they made is cancelled
    – Chris H
    May 10 at 15:32
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    Your grammar makes it difficult to interpret what you actually mean. We can guess that someone wants you to pay the shipping fee for sending the coins to the alleged buyer, but we are not sure.
    – RonJohn
    May 10 at 22:02

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Definitely a scam. Stop communicating with them.

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If somebody is buying something from you, then they are supposed to pay you money, not the other way round.

It's definitely a scam.

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    Not sure why this was down voted? It's the most sensible fraud check. If you sell something but you are supposed to pay money to the buyer, it simply doesn't make sense.
    – AKdemy
    May 11 at 23:36

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