I think you are too focused on just one word. I just did a Google search for "verry" and got the following result: Results 1
of about 2,700,000
Clearly even though most of us learned how to spell "very" many did not.
Let's look at the full eBay ad:
"HELLO I AM SELLING MY 1979 SCAMP CAMPER
IT IS 13FT. VERRY LIGHT WEIGHT
AND EASY TO MOVE AND PULL, IT IS FULLY
SELF CONDTAINED. IT SLEEPS UP TO 4 PEOPLE. EVERYTHING IS IN GREAT AND
WORKING CONDITION IN AND OUT! IT IS LOADED WITH A SINK, STOVE, ICE BOX
AND PORTER POTTY. GREAT INTERIOR AND NEW CURTONS NICE CARPET NO RIPS
OR TEARS. TIRE'S IN GOOD CONDITION. HITCH IN GOOD CONDITION. ITS
PERFECT FOR SUMMER! VERRY FUN TO TRAVEL IN! FOR MORE INFO: CALL ME AT
We see the following misspellings:
tire's (instead of tires)
its (instead of it's)
This advertiser has spelling problems beyond just the one word of "very". If you want to try to tie this advertiser to the scammer you should see if the scammer had the same issues.
You're right that we have to be careful and do due diligence -- but that means weighing
*all* the evidence. A scammer has been posting a Kiefer horse trailer all over for the last several days, but that doesn't mean every Kiefer horse trailer is a scam!
edited to include Google search results