Alleged 0 feedback fraudulent sellers are still listing phishing sucker bait cars on eBay Motors and trolling for suckers. Here are our suspected used car scams for 08/10/2013.
It’s been probably better than a month since i did an eBay Motors phishing scam video, and it appears nothing has changed.
It’s really quite simple – the company want’s to keep putting on sales seminars to sign up more dealers to list cars at $50 per car, plus featured and reserve fees, etc. But they are still ignoring the phishing scams that has already trashed the sites reputation.
It don’t take long to scare consumers off a venue like this when folks loose big money like there two examples: Los Gatos Couple Scammed Out of $43K on eBay Car Purchase. And this one: Resident scammed out of payment on Ebay.
If you fall victim to a Phishing scams on the site they will deny the scam was ever there and you can kiss your money goodbye!
Be sure to read my guide Internet Car Buying Tips before committing to any internet vehicle transaction. As i like to say, the ASS you save just might be your own! 😉
As usual.. Just my two cents worth 😉