Oh, I've had something *almost ver batum.*  It turned out to be a real 
Wow, except for the name "Anne Frankly" it is word perfect. They used a 
different name.

I think someone on Facebook also said they got a message from "Anne 
Frankly" and others had also. They all thought it was a scam.

The best advice I got when I reached out to this listserv and friends, 
was to safeguard any payments through Paypal or Square. Do not send 
artwork until the money is in your bank and CLEARED (not just deposited) 
For banks can send a suspicious document to their investigations  
department and it could take over a month.  Do not accept checks, MONEY 
ORDERS (they can be, amazing fakes).  Do not accept money if it is over 
the amount of sale. I did a lot of research on line with the State fraud 
department and the national orgs, too.. They all said the same things.

I would drop this like a hot rock.
My two cents,
Linda M. Feltner Artist LLC
P.O. Box 325, Hereford, AZ 85615
On 6/14/20 2:48 PM, Stephanie Oliver wrote:
> Hello!
> I wanted to reach out because I think I might have scammer but hard to 
> tell. I heard from Anne Frankly who wants to buy three pieces of my 
> artwork - two on my website are listed as digital artwork so they 
> would be prints to begin with - she is ready to buy with no price or 
> size of work discussed. I offered prints as well but no word in the 
> email if she is wanting original or prints. Additionally I already 
> send her a link to buy the watercolor piece she is interested which is 
> on sale in a show in Minnesota. See her below.
> “Regarding our interest in your piece, My husband and I decided we'll 
> like to proceed with the purchase of the 3pieces ( Attached below ), 
> How about you telling me what your inspiration is behind this piece. I 
> think it is lovely work and I hope to give it a good home. I'm 
> presently away on vacation but I should be back in a few days. Pls 
> confirm it's listed price
> 4534 Lillian St 
> <>
> Houston, TX 77007 
> <>
> Meanwhile, can you please confirm your mailing address and phone 
> number so I may inform my husband on where to forward the payment. I 
> can have him send the payment asap. About shipping, you can handle it 
> from your side to my mailing address above, either by USPS, or FedEx, 
> UPS postal service
> I will look forward to hearing from you so I can know how best to proceed.
> Cheers.“
> Any thought a appreciated since it feels a little fishy to me.
> Thank you so much!
> Stephanie
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