Online car buying

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Online car buying is becoming more and more popular nowadays. Therefore, various tricks and scams are being designed for ripping off naïve customers. Keep reading if you are interested in what you should and what you shouldn’t do when buying cars online.

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Online car buying

  1. 1. Online Car Buying: Tricks and Scams<br />www.dealerfraudlawyer.com<br />
  2. 2. Online car buying is becoming more and more popular nowadays. Therefore, various tricks and scams are being designed for ripping off naïve customers. Keep reading if you are interested in what you should and what you shouldn’t do when buying cars online.<br />www.dealerfraudlawyer.com<br />
  3. 3. 1. Check if the car you are going to buy online exits at all. If it is possible, make an appointment with the car selling company to see the car in person. <br />Use internet as a useful buying tool which enables you to research the car you want and to communicate with the seller via email, but make your final purchase decision in person.<br />www.dealerfraudlawyer.com<br />
  4. 4. 2. Don’t send cash through the mail even if the amount you are paying is very small. Most likely one of the oldest online car scams will be used: you send the money; the seller gets it, but claims that it never arrived. So whenever you buy a car, remember that a check is always the best and safest method of payment.<br />www.dealerfraudlawyer.com<br />
  5. 5. 3. Learn about other car buying scams. Another common example of online car buying scams is when scammers try to sell vehicles they never have. They simply steal pictures from legitimate car listings online, place them online and wait for a naive buyer to take the bait. As soon as the unsuspecting buyer pays by mailing cash, check, or a money order, the scammers disappear with the money.<br />www.dealerfraudlawyer.com<br />
  6. 6. 4. Don’t forget that buying a car online is like buying a car locally. Do your research, closely examine pictures, do a value check on the Kelley Blue Book website, read reviews from experts and owners, see if the vehicle in question has even been the subject of a recall.<br />www.dealerfraudlawyer.com<br />
  7. 7. 5. Consider using a desktop car finder. These applications ease the process of finding vehicles on sale because they search hundreds of car buying websites for you at once! You can find your dream car in literally less than 5 minutes!<br />www.dealerfraudlawyer.com<br />
  8. 8. Thank you for your attention<br />www.dealerfraudlawyer.com<br />

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