Anyone Ever Fall For This?

Discussion in 'General' started by MrSalih, May 8, 2018.

  1. MrSalih

    MrSalih

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    Story is always the same.
    Out of town for whatever reason & would prefer a eBay transaction.


    I know someone who fell for a similar line earlier this year, (after I told her it was an obvious scam).

    2 days later they got her for $2000.:damn:
     
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  2. Western4Life

    Western4Life Staff Member Moderator

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    Always by directly from the dealer.
     
  3. MrSalih

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    For women i agree. They're little more than functional retards regarding anything mechanical.

    When buying privately a little common sense goes a long way.

    Dealerships by large are ripoffs & only useful to those who want to buy new vehicles.

    Prep fee's
    Registration cost
    Taxes

    MONEY!! - No Thanks

    If you know what you want & you're not a clueless tard.Private is the way to go.
     
  4. Western4Life

    Western4Life Staff Member Moderator

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    You don't look at the fees. Let them put whatever fees they like. It means nothing. You focus on the final price. Last year I purchased a 2016 car that was 15% lower than what they wanted. Nissan called me back begging me a week later. I made them throw in brand new winter tires if they wanted my business.

    Private sellers are too difficult to deal with. They will rather let their car sit in a parking lot then get the amount their car is worth. They're too emotional to make a deal.
     
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