Beware Of Internet Car-Sale Scams

September 12, 2012 by  
Filed under Auto Fraud, Car Dealer Fraud

The dangers of being scammed by a ‘curbstoner’, a person who sells several cars regularly with no license or place of business, have increased with on-line car sales and is the subject of a case study released by stopcurbsstoning.com.

According to the study, these scam salesmen prefer to concentrate on the low end of the used-car market. Another scam that has been raising eyebrows across the country involves e-mail scams that will contain the story of someone who just needs to sell their car at a low overall price including shipping and handling cost.

When buying a car online consumers are urged to keep in mind that if the deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

For more details, read the full article here:
The Debt-Free Car Project Chapter 3: Curbstoners and Internet Scams

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