If you buy from a Curber you will find it very difficult to to find justice if/when the situation goes wrong. If you are considering making a purchase from a private selling, ensure you familiarize yourself with the warning signs that you may be buying from a Curber. Part of doing your research is knowing what to look for in Curbers.
The things to look out for are:
The same telephone numbers for multiple vehicles.
They want to meet publicly (not at their residence)
They want to be paid only in cash.
They want you to lie on the transfer papers. (You will be less likely to go to the police if you have also lied)
They claim they are selling for a family member or friends and therefore their name is not on the paper work.
Curbers will try and rush you through the process of buying a car. Ensure you take your time and look for these warning signs. Not everyone who sells privately is a Curber, but it is better to be safe than sorry.
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