Must Read Tips
Disclaimer: Autocrisis.com provides the below information as a convenience to customers and users of its site. This does not constitute legal advice.
AutoCrisis.com suggests the following:
- Avoid paying for a vehicle you have not seen, even if the seller claims to be a dealer.
- If a seller tells you to 'wire' money for a car you have not seen, DO NOT !
- If a seller tells you to pay for a car, using 'escrow' services, DO NOT !
- AutoCrisis.com does not endorse any escrow services, and will not refer you to any.
- If you come across a vehicle that is priced significantly below market value, exercise caution. This may be a sign that the seller is not legitimate.
- If a seller asks you to call an 800 number to reach them, beware. Most sellers do not have an 800 number!
If you receive an email from a seller that you think is not legitimate, please forward it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more useful information, visit the Federal Trade Commission web site at http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/edcams/automobiles/index.html
As always, exercise good judgement when dealing with others. AutoCrisis.com wishes you good luck with your vehicle search!