Here are some tips to avoid being scammed when buying a car online.
1. If the price is too good to be true, it is Looks too good to be true. Scammers price vehicles lower than others so that you can think that you are getting a great deal and rush to buy.
2. If the seller and vehicle are NOT in the same area, this is more than likely a scam.
3. Is there a telephone number in the listing, and if so, does it work? Have you spoken to the seller?
4. Always ask the seller for more detailed information and photos.
5. Use a reputable escrow service or your bank to send money if you find that it is a legitimate sale. Avoid using payment services offered by the seller
6. NEVER send money unless you are someone you know has seen and or inspected the vehicle.
Remember, scammers are sharp and constantly using newer tricks to take you for your money. ALWAYS USE CAUTION WHEN TRANSACTING ONLINE.
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