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Fraudsters swindle nearly $40,000 from an innocent victim using a fake website in a motorhome scam A Brisbane man has been scammed out of $39,000 in an elaborate scam He was wanting to buy a motorhome online and the seller appear legitimate Police have warned there are similar scams happening across the country

By Kelsey Wilkie For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 04:20 GMT, 3 December 2019 | Updated: 04:20 GMT, 3 December 2019

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A man has fallen victim to an elaborate scam that saw him pay $39,000 to con artists for a motorhome that was never delivered.

Brisbane police have issued warning after the man reported the incident last week. 

The victim had posted an ad online expressing his interest in buying a motorhome with the scammers responded. 

A man has fallen victim to an elaborate scam that saw him pay $39,000 to con artists for a motorhome that was never delivered (stock image pictured)

A man has fallen victim to an elaborate scam that saw him pay $39,000 to con artists for a motorhome that was never delivered (stock image pictured)

The seller told him they lived overseas and had signed over his motorhome for

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