Published on August 23rd, 2016 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


How SOME Used Car Dealers Are Scamming Online Buyers


Buying a new or used car can be a harrowing process: There’s a lot of paperwork, a lot of information buyers are likely not to have, and a lot at stake.

The last thing car shoppers need is a salesperson using tricks and scams to increase their own bottom line, at the expense of the customer. Don’t be fooled by advertisements that offer a handful of vehicles for extremely low prices. Some dishonest dealers will claim that those few cars have been “already sold”, then they will try to sell you other cars at higher prices.

You walk into a dealership and a salesman gives you a price quote. But when you are preparing to finish the deal, the price on the contract is not the same price that you were quoted.  You may also notice that your contract contains other fees that increase the Total Cash Price of your vehicle.

Be very careful of online car sales…..its not what it claims to be……..get an experienced person (friend, relative, workmate) to assist or walk away with a new car.


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