A foreign douche bag calling himself Mark Rich and using the email address of email@example.com is running a cashiers check scam. He will US mail you a check in excess of an agreed amount for a deposit for something you have for sale, then ask you to Western Union back a portion of it to his agents (in this case, for them to conduct a boat inspection???). The agents names are Joanne Gjonbibaj and Britt Grape. The agent address is 4021 Lakeview Drive, Stone Mountain, GA 30083. This is the Marriott Evergreen Conference Center. An additional address he used was in Atlanta, Georgia. I played him like a cheap violin for weeks, declining to send anything. He kept trying though. He left messages, emails, and texts. At the end of the third week he actually got kind of pissy, texting that I had to send the money ASAP! What a tool. If you send money, the way the scam is supposed to work is that two to three weeks later when the bank figures out the check is fraudulent, you will be out the cash you sent, and are also responsible for the bad cashiers check. As it turns out, a cashiers check is no better than a personal check. The banks conveniently absolve themselves of all responsibility. He has a heavy accent, and poor English skills. He uses multiple phone numbers: (424) 652-8760, (213) 255-4410, (657) 205-9822, (312) 429-0555, (657) 205-9822.