Ok so I sell eating and hatching eggs. I posted eggs for sale on a farm advertising website thing and I get this reply (down below). I called the person and they had an accent that I could hardly understand. She said she wants 4 dozen eggs for eating plus 6 goose eggs for eating. I told her shipping would probably be a lot and she said that was ok, she really wanted eggs. I ask her where she is from (thinking it must be a place where they don't really have a lot of ducks or something) and she says she is from Tennessee...I'm pretty sure they have ducks in Tennessee...so I tell her she would probably be better off looking on Craigslist for anybody selling ducks eggs locally. To that she tells me to call her back with how much it would cost to ship the eggs to her when I know. During our conversation she asks me if I will accept payment through paypal or credit card and I say PayPal...I don't know this just seems like a lot of work for ducks egg to eat. Am I overthinking it and this lady really does just want some eggs Or is it a scam? Plus there is even a warning that comes with the email...seems like a scam to me... The following message was sent from the BestFarmBuys.com by Xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx (a visitor to BestFarmBuys.com). To contact JULIANA xxxxxxxx please email [email protected] or call 615-352-xxxx ----START MESSAGE---- I need duck eggs for eating,please call me to qualify some info. Thank you, Juliana ----END MESSAGE---- This message is not from Best Farm Buys staff or associates and does not express our opinions. IMPORTANT ANTI-FRAUD INFORMATION We find that most people who sell goods and services by posting classified listings on BestFarmBuys.com have pleasant transactions. However, occasionally we hear of instances where shady characters contact sellers with fraudulent intentions. Please be extra careful if this person: - offers to pay more than you are asking - uses high pressure tactics - asks you for money or financial information - does not want to put the transaction in writing - is located in Africa - wants you to bank a cashiers check and then send them cash Remember, if it sounds to good to be true then it probably is!