So, since I seem to have a bit of Google juice, I'll use a bit of it to shed light on as much information as I can find about a fellow who recently ripped me off to the tune of $575.
There was a post on DSMSource.com (previously DSMtrader.com) advertising a "complete 2g part-out" by the user "TurboAWD92GSX". A Buschur Racing coil-on-plug system and AEM CDI were listed for sale. I contacted the user via private message on the forum, and received an email from him from firstname.lastname@example.org claiming that the COP and CDI togther would be $550. I replied, asking for a Paypal address to send the money to, and he sent another email stating that the price with paypal fees would be $575, and that payment should be sent to email@example.com. Payment was sent on July 25, and that's when communication with him stopped. The PayPal account is registered to one "Cheryl Andrade", whom Google seems to think lives in Hayward, California, at phone number (510) 581-8869, and who appears to have been a coordinator for Hayward CA Chapter 29 of the Experimental Aircraft Association, was a member of the Young Eagles, and attended Thurgood Marshall College.
Further investigation revealed quite a bit, including a lovely picture of the thief, and plenty of examples of Manny Alves (whose name I finally had to go with the handle) ripping off Supra and DSM owners.
Other links of interest include several profiles for him, on DSMtalk, DSMtuners, DSMSource, and, of course, his DSMSource trader profile, along with several eBay profiles. SupraForums members listed old contact information for him (cell phone of 858-232-8943, and home phone of 858-536-1408), and apparenly a few folks have made the trip to his home just to recover owed money or parts.
As I collect more information about this, I'll keep storing it here.
Manny Alves, Manuel Alves, or Cheryl Andrade, this blog entry is all about you. Hopefully, Google will see fit to give it the attention you so richly deserve.