HAYWARD (CBS SF) – An East Bay couple is out nearly $6,000 after falling victim to a scammer offering fake tickets to the Super Bowl.

The Osgood family found four seats for sale on Craigslist through an individual claiming to be a Baltimore Ravens season ticketholder. The cost seemed fair – $5,900, about double the original price.

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After talking the deal out through text and email messages, the couple wired the funds cross country. When the package arrived from the seller, all it contained was a printed note that said “”Enjoy the game!!!! Go Ravens!!! LOL.”

“I’m just sick — like, physically sick,” said Sharon Osgood told the San Jose Mercury News. “All over the envelope it says ‘go Ravens’ — even on the FedEx label.”

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What made the scam particularly noteworthy is that the scammer took the time to send the phony envelope and even included a return address.

The Osgoods, 49er season ticket holders, said they reported the crime to police Monday, but the online add has been pulled.

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