I recognize that card, Jackson Armory.
This is a discussion on Protecting your Photos within the FFL Dealer Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; So here is a question for your dealers who post online how many of you put your dealer card or some other way to watermark ...
So here is a question for your dealers who post online how many of you put your dealer card or some other way to watermark the images in all your photos ?
I ask this as that is the hot scam on Armslist to steal photos from Dealers site and try to get you to wire them the money for the gun or such ...
I only spot some as scams as I look at gun-broker a lot ...
ARMSLIST - For Sale: Colt Light Carbine (AR-15) New In Box .223 AR15
see this one for what I mean . It is a scam as that is a dealer in TX but you can not see the card all that well and they got sloppy in this case and just copied and pasted the txt from the gun broker add others at least change the txt.... Plus no BB on rifle which is another sign at least for CA that or one banned by name .. But for non CA states and no watermark it can be tricky
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Some distributors will furnish their complete database with photos linked to model numbers. Other distributors do not publish their databases but make their websites available to dealers with accounts. Images, descriptions and specifications are often cloned from their websites.
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