Car Auction Scams Revealed

Don't consider joining any car auction membership site before reading this special report

 

August 14 , 2008
From the desk of Monique Tarver (senior reviewer)

Wouldn't it be nice to buy your dream car for 90% off of it's retail value? Or to buy a luxury car at for thousand less than what you would pay at a dealership. Then turn around and sell it to make a huge killing in profits? Of course it would. I for one have been blessed with the opportunity to buy my dream car for pennies on the dollar. And that's in addition to buying and selling a couple of cars on the side for a nice profit.

Awhile ago I found myself without a car because I lent my car out to one of my so-called friends. What they didn't tell me was that their license was suspended. Which lead to my car being impounded by the police and costing $1,300 that I didn't have for it to be released. So, after facing a life of riding the bus, I decided to look into getting a deal from a car auction. My only problem was that I had no idea where any were located.

I began to search the internet for car auction sites, since those who knew about the really good car auctions and police car auctions weren't easily giving up that information because most of them resale the cars they find there for a huge profit. So, I ended up buying several car auction lists and memberships only to find:

* outdated information and car auction location sites
* non-working links
* inaccurate addresses and phone numbers
* seized car auctions that sold crappy cars
* no help section on the website
* no real email support

I did attend a few car auction sites that were on a some of the car auction lists that I thought I could find a good car at. I would arrive to the car auction with hopes of getting a decent car, only to be disappointed by ridiculously high starting bids and crappy cars that should've been in a junk yard. I soon began to discover that 90% of police car auction and government car auction lists and membership sites are scams that don't care about you once they get your money.

I was just about to give up on car auctions all together when I stumbled upon www.car-auction.com. I was shocked by all of the great public and government car auction and police car auction location sites and information they had to offer. Soon after buying the list I went to the next car auction in my city. When I got there I saw a lot of quality and high end cars just like the ones you would find at the dealership. I ended up being the winning bidder on a 2004 Infinity G35 coupe. I couldn't believe that I had just gotten a $25,000 car for only $8,000. I put a picture of my new car at the bottom of the page for you to see what a great deal I got.

After getting a good deal, I thought to myself I could make a killing off of buying cheap car auction priced cars and then selling them for a profit. So, I decided to look for more car auction lists and membership sites in hopes of finding even more deals. After sifting through more scams I was able to find two more sites that were well worth the money: gov-auctions.org and www.seizecars.com.

They both have excellent government car auctions, police car auctions and used car auction sites for the latest cars in every state. The lists are extensive and very easy to use. I've even had a chance to chat with the owners, which were nice and willing to help with any questions I had.

So far, I have been to several car auctions from the public car auction, police car auction and government car auction lists and have purchased a couple of cars that I was able to sell for a nice profit. One of them was a Honda Civic that I bought for only $1,700. I then sold it for $4,500, making a profit of $2,800!

All in all, this experience has allowed me to buy the car of my dreams, granted me access to the hottest car auctions in the United States and the opportunity to make thousands in extra income just from selling the cars that I find at these car auctions. It did take some time to sift through all of the public car auction, government car auction, used car auction and police car auction scam sites out there, but it was well worth it. If you do decide you are interested in any of the three sites that I have mentioned, I advise you to join as quickly as possible, as there are many upcoming car auctions taking place all around the country which may very well have your dream car on the auction block.

Well, my search for legitimate car auction lists has come to an end. I have to say I was thoroughly disappointed with most of what I found, and I strongly advise that you do not take chances joining any car auction membership site or buying any list other than the three that I have mentions that are also listed below! Whatever you decide to do, I wish you a healthy, prosperous year for you and yours.


All the best,
Monique Tarver

Here are the links to the 3 sites we do recommend:
www.car-auction.com
www.gov-auctions.org
www.seizecars.com

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