Auto Parts stores beware getting calls from the relay telephone network (deaf people usually use)

I work at an auto parts store and we just got a call from a guy who calls himself Jamed Kerr who used the telephone relay network to place
a $2600 spark plug order. He gave me the credit card # which was approved, and he told me his name was on the card. We called our credit card company up and they informed us the CC# has the name Linda on it. I casually requested from him to fax us a copy of his CC & photo ID which we are supposed to get tomorrow. I then asked him for a contact phone # and a mailing address (even though UPS is supposed to be picking up the product which won't happen) which he gives a Houston TX. address & Texas phone #. We've since cancelled the order from our warehouse, but if we decide to go through sending him a package we have a partially eaten Dunkin donut to give him.
One flag that caught my suspision was after the order was placed, he asked me for my address.. first off why would you buy from someone and you don't even know where they are located???
Second, I can't believe no one in Texas doesn't have these common NGK plugs lol
Third, when I told him to bring a photo ID along with the CC he informs me a UPS driver will pick up the merchandise.
I bet if we were to send a package it probably goes to some poor soul who has no idea he's receiving stolen merchandise. He then sends it off to Africa or where ever and will probably never get paid for the transaction.
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