Beware of Frauds

Beware of Frauds & Scams
What BestCarIndia.com does not do:
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BestCarIndia.com is not partnered with any car dealers listed in our Site. We are an online vehicle listing service that connects car buyers with sellers only. Any listing information about a particular car posted directly by sellers including contact name and phone, not us. We do not share your info with any other company and we certainly do not make any telemarketing calls (not even by mistake).
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Online fraud often begins with a spoof email requesting personal or financial information. These spoof, or scam emails often impersonate a reputable company such as CarOnlineFree.com by illegally displaying a company's name, logo or trademark. We'd never ask you for any payments, personal or financial information via email.
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BestCarIndia.com doesn't guarantee or endorse transactions, and does not handle any payments, provide escrow services, or offer "buyer protection" or "seller certification"
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We don't offer automotive warehousing or shipping services.
 
Advice for Buyers & Sellers:
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Try to deal with people that you can be in direct contact, and the best way is to deal with local buyers or sellers. It will help you avoid scams almost 100%.
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Avoid sending your address via email to buyers/inquirers at all times. Arrange meeting somewhere else if a test drive is requested. Giving away address will open the opportunity for scammers to send you fake checks or money orders.
Do not respond to inquiries that ask for your address via email.
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Research before you purchase a vehicle; know the car's market value. If a vehicle priced significantly below market value, be suspicious. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
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Try to obtain a vehicle history report. A vehicle history report can provide useful information, such as who holds the title to the car and whether the car has been in an accident reported to authorities. You'll also find out whether the car was ever reported stolen, salvaged or damaged.
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Before buying, inspect the Vehicle. With the help of a professional mechanic or an inspection service, try to inspect the vehicle if the car is in your area. An early inspection can help you identify problems. However, keep in mind that an inspection isn't a warranty and won't guarantee a car is free from defects or that inspectors have identified all existing problems.
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Confirm Seller's Detailed Information. Do not send money in advance, don't just send it because you just fell in love with the car. Before you make a payment, verify the buyer's or seller's contact address and phone number- only email address is not enough. Beaware if seller is located overseas.
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Make payments via Bank, it is much safe method to pay.
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Try to make or receive payments in Certified Checks. Fake cashier checks & Money Orders are common, and Banks will hold you responsible in case of fund unavailability.
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Ask for detailed puchasing receipt. Ask the seller for a receipt, and a details of the vehicle purchasing
 
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