So I have a couple of bags I posted on Craig's List. There's been a little interest, but no buyers . So yesterday I get an email from an interested party in Fla. They say they would like to buy one of my bags, will send me a MO and have their mom (who lives in the area) pick it up. Sounds OK to me. I send them the information. So today, I open my email & see the following msg: I want you to understand that the deal as my secretary as posted the payment already, but there was a slight error i guess we can handle with care, instead of the actually amount $200 for the item she made out the check for $3200 she claim that was what i requested but she didn't get that straight. So once you have the check please cash it and deduct the money for your goods plus $100 that for your run around expenses. The excess fund should please be sent to my mover via western union,this fund will be use in offsetting the cost of the shipment he as undertaken for me recently. **Please email at once to let me know that i can trust to have the excess funds sent to my mover I know - it SCREAMS scam! I hit the reply the button & was all set to send a reply saying that I would be happy to return the check & wait for the correct amount (knowing it would never come), but then decided not to. I started wondering if I should take it to the police station and report it and let them handle it. I have the email address, and if I played along, could get the "mover's" info where the Western Union $$ would go - if the police were in on it, they could contact the local authorities & they could be ready to arrest him/her when they went to pick up the $$. What do you think? Should I just send it back & be done with it, or should I take it to the police & hope they follow up on it?