Safe to say anything written in "Ingrish" is a scam. Though it did occur when readed put much laughter on my face
And the use of the word "readed" put much laughter on my face but I don't think there's a scam.
Look, I don't mean to sound like a jerk, I'm just pointing out that in a worldwide hobby of German cars not everyone is going to speak perfect German, or even English for that matter.
I have a bunch of cars and buy/sell/trade parts, memorabilia, books, etc., from all over the world both privately and through eBay.
I'm quite sure my German, French, Italian, Flemish, Japanese, Polish, Russian and Chinese is not as good as the locals so sometimes I use a translation program which I am sure causes someone, somewhere to comment that my Doitsh, Atalyn, Rushan, usage etc., is a scam...
To further complicate matters I have an address (my mother-in-law) in Poland that I can ship the goods to save on across the pond shipping. If someone doesn't think THAT'S a scam then I also have an address in Wien (Vienna) where I can ship stuff to get free DHL shipping through my wife's cousin.
No scams involved, I'm just not limited to one country.
But if someone doesn't want to do business with me that's OK too, they keep their nice items that they are trying to sell and I keep my money. Everyone's happy.
I guess if the criteria for doing business is perfect English and grammar nothing would be done in this day and age.
So it's NOT safe to say that if someone doesn't speak perfect English it's a scam.