Buying a Used Car is a Great Way to Get Value for Your Money.
AND it’s a Fantastic Way to Have Your Hard Earned Money Stolen.
Yep, everything you’ve heard about buying used rather than new is right. Compared to when the car was new, buying it second-hand provides an enormous amount of value. The fact is, as a used car buyer you’ve let someone else experience the depreciation that starts the moment the car is sold and registered. So, it’s all good, right? Well, not so fast!
Here’s the scary part: the used car selling market is teaming with criminals!
Look, I know you’ve heard of used car scams, but I’m here to tell you that it’s at an epidemic level! Listen, I’ve seen it, I’ve brought scammers to the FBI’s attention! Just think about it, there are more used cars for sale than ever before. There have never been more used car selling options, and there’s more junk on the market than any other time in history… so if you’re not careful, you’re going to get burned… BAD!
That’s why I’ve put all of this information on here, I want to put some knowledge in your hands, so you can navigate the used car buying process, safely! If you’re going to navigate you’re going to need a map, so here you go:
Let me ask you if you thought there was a chance that you could lose thousands of dollars today, would you want to know where the risk is? Would you want to be able to assess the financial risks before entering the scenario?
Might you benefit from seeing an actual scenario set up to steal your money?
Anyone who breaths should answer yes to these three questions. It never hurts to be informed, especially when we’re talking about money! Plus, do you think you could get a better price for your next used car if you knew how to
evaluate a car’s worth properly? I think you’d agree that this knowledge would help you, it would protect you and your hard-earned money. But wait, there’s more!
Here’s where I let you in on a HUGE secret…
If the seller understands the value of their car, they will try and make you pay above market value. So, if you can show that you’re informed, that you know how to determine market value, you’re going to pay less!
It’s easy if you know how to do, and it’s almost impossible to achieve without this information. I also have a way for you to quickly, and accurately establish a car’s market value, and how to get the seller to agree effortlessly. Best of all, this isn’t some theory, or a principle I hope works, nope! I provide you with real shopping examples, my interactions with car dealers where I saved hundreds of dollars! Let’s wrap this up since you’re still here can I ask you:
• Do you think it makes sense to know where you should, and you should not shop for
a used car?
• Would you find the difficult, and time-consuming car buying process better, and less stressful if you could identify the scammers, thieves, and crooks?
• Does the idea of effortlessly convincing the seller to drop their price by hundreds of dollars appeal to you?