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Sunday, June 29, 2008

Florida Women Offers Incentive To Sell Her House- Her Love

Prostitution, sales gimmick or an act of desperation from a woman desperate to sell her home and to find true love? Adding $500,000 to the cost of the home as a "shipping fee" to include herself, brings up a variety of questions.
Deven Trabosh is a single 42 year-old mother who has tried online dating sites and nightclubs but has not found the true love she is looking for.... she also has a four bedroom home for sale in Palm Beach Gardens Florida that she has been trying to sell.

After trying to sell her house for a year and being single for eight years, looking for love, Trabosh has decided to combine the efforts.

She had previously had her house listed at $340,000 at a website where you sell your own home, but she then added the listing to Ebay, tacking on an additional $500,000 which includes the "shipping fee" for herself.

Ebay removed Trabosh's listing because according to their site's prohibited services policy, relationships, human beings and/or body parts are not allowed to be sold on Ebay.

One of the examples listed at Ebay's prohibited services policy is, "Any service that offers, suggests, or in any way conveys an intimate service contact, including dates, escorts or other such services."

Trabosh listed herself and her home not only on Ebay but on Craigslist as well, titled, "MARRY A PRINCESS LOST IN AMERICA (West Palm Beach, Florida)".

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Trabosh says she has not had any serious offers but she shows off Claudio, who is an Italian wine and cheese taster who responded to her ad and whom she has been corresponding with since she placed her ad.

They are hoping to meet in Miami in a few weeks.

This brings up memories of a recent article where a babysitter responded to a Craigslist ad and was later found dead in the trunk of her car.

One of the most heinous examples of meeting people, strangers really, online and then setting up meetings with them, was back in 2002 with the man known online as the "slavemaster". His real name was John E. Robinson and he was convicted in 2003 for the murder of several women.

Some of his victims ended up dead in sealed chemical drums.

These are but examples of how the fairytale princess ad from Trabosh, while seeming to be an attempt to find true love, and attempting to meet people, for whatever reason, after simply corresponding with them, can indeed turn a fairytale into a nightmare.

"I'm not selling myself. I'm selling meet that true love," Trabosh says. "Of course, it's gonna take more chemistry and connection. It's not going to be instantaneous that I'm just going to be automatically for's a package deal for true love."

Many will wish Trabosh luck and hope that she will indeed find the fairytale she is looking for, others would caution her to be very careful of where she looks for that love, not only for her own safety, but that of her 14 year-old daughter.