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A scam can be defined as an illegal plan for making money, especially one that involves tricking people.
In some instances car scams occur when the scam artists portray themselves to be a legitimate company but are actually fraudsters. They trick you into making payment to them in return for the delivery of a vehicle. The vehicle is never delivered and they cannot be contacted on their phone numbers.
Car scams can be advertised on the internet, local newspapers and even through SMSs sent directly to your cell number.
Here are a few tips to prevent you from being scammed:
*This is not financial advice
(Please note: This is only general advice and should not be relied on solely. The law is complicated and there are many influencing factors that can change the above).
Date added: 18 October 2018
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