By now, you’ve probably heard about the ceramic tile sales scam.
The scam involves a person selling a ceramic tile to someone else.
When the buyer requests the tile, the seller will say they have “sold the tile” but will give you a receipt and the tile is no longer in the tile.
In order to claim the tile back, the person must prove the seller was not the real tile dealer and that the tile was sold by someone else who had a bad reputation.
The seller will then demand the tile for payment.
You can call the seller and ask them to prove they have no idea who they are, but the scam is easy to commit.
The person who sold the tile should not have any special knowledge of ceramic tile and should be willing to sell you the tile in order to prove their claim.
The tiles that come back are usually worthless.
If the seller’s claim is untrue, you can still get the tile if you have a good credit score and pay the seller a reasonable price.
You will also want to take care not to pay more than the seller wants to sell the tile at the auction.