Protecting Yourself and Your Transactions

Trust Your Instincts

Always trust your instincts when engaging in selling transactions. If something feels off or too good to be true, it's better to be cautious and proceed with care

Protecting Yourself and Your Transactions

During face-to-face interactions, inspect the vehicle thoroughly and conduct a test drive to ensure its condition and performance meet your expectations. When it comes to payments, prioritize secure methods, and beware of requests for uncommon payment methods, as they could be red flags for potential scams.

Bring a Friend

Consider bringing a friend or family member along during meetings with buyers. Having someone else present can provide an extra layer of security and make you feel more comfortable throughout the process.

Communicate Digitally

Utilize the GetBetterCars messaging feature on the platform or Whatsapp to communicate with potential buyers. Avoid sharing personal contact information until you feel confident about the legitimacy of the buyer.

"Selling is not just about closing deals; it's about creating a safe and trusted space for both buyers and sellers to connect, understand each other's needs, and find mutually beneficial solutions. In a world where trust is invaluable, safe selling builds bridges of confidence, fostering long-lasting relationships and paving the way for success!"
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Admin / CEO, Getbettercars