Apparently, someone tried to purchase this from Amazon to get the screen shot that was attached to previous post.
Nope, didn't really try to purchase it, I know it's a scam. Just added it to my cart and hit checkout then picked a shipping address - the error message came up before the payment screen, no risk there.
Yeah that's the point with these scams... you want it, you can't checkout with it, and you're stupid enough to email the seller outside amazon, wherein the scam commences.
I've noticed a lot of these listings are made with hijacked accounts, where the user had some good feedback at some point in the past, which helps the scam be successful.
Remember that as long as you keep the transaction within Amazon, you'll never be victim, Amazon has good protection for the buyer. For example, as a new seller you not allowed to deposit your funds for like 30 days, if I remember correctly.
I wish amazon wouldn't allow items listed that can't be shipped to all street addresses, that would fix this type of thing... but then some seller would just ship you a rock LOL!