In the eBay Motors scam, cars are posted online (craigslist etc), often at a good discount to their true value. The seller might say they are with eBay Motors, selling the car through eBay Motors or sometimes the scammer uses the story of a serviceman transferred overseas or the car is from a sick or lost loved one. The victim is then sent to a Bitcoin ATM to put in cash and scan the QR code or enter the address provided by the scammer (This is why we require you to scan YOUR digital wallet at the ATM, not a QR code provided by someone else). Sometimes the victim is also asked to send additional funds for shipping or delivery at the time or once the car hasn’t been delivered. Since all Bitcoin transaction is irreversible the Bitcoin sent cannot be recovered. Consumers are ALWAYS encouraged to do their due diligence about the counterparty before buying anything with Bitcoin since all transactions are irreversible. In this case, contacting eBay Motors would reveal the seller is not actually listed and eBay Motors does not accept payments directly in Bitcoin.