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    If you notice one auto shipping company has a really low price STAY AWAY FROM THEM! If it sounds to good to be true, it is! These transport companies bid you low hoping they can find someone to move your car for cheap, but it never fails that they come back to the customer asking for more money after they have already picked up your car and have it for leverage. The best way to prevent this is to get several quotes take the average price and go with those companies.

    Offers that sound too good to be true, probably are

    Most of us are careful if a stranger approaches on the street and offers a deal that’s just too good to be true. But we’re much less cautious online, putting us at risk.

    Advance fee fraud
    If you get an offer for free low cost transport, there’s probably a major catch. Typically, fraudsters will ask you to send some smaller amount (for deposit, etc.) before they can set up the shipment or your car as you’re promised, but which they never intend to ship your car.
    How to avoid this scam: Don’t wire money to a car transport company you don’t know.

    Low Cost – NO RISK Car Shipping
    These types of shippers are usually scams and include messages insisting that you “Act Now!” for a great deal.
    How to avoid this scam: Discontinue communication with this person/company.

    Fake charities
    Scammers use disasters to trick kind-hearted people into donating to fake charities when transport their car or they tell you they will donate a present of the transport cost. This usually happens when there is a refugee crisis, a terrorist attack or a natural disaster (like an earthquake, flooding or famine).
    How to avoid this scam:
    Thoroughly check the background of any charity that they claim to donate to and to make sure your donation goes to real victims. Use resources to check out charities.

    If a charity or the transport company does not have a website, be cautious.

    To learn more about common scams and how to avoid them, search online for transport fraud. You can also read the FBI’s material on common types of transport scams. Most importantly: be as cautious online as you would be in the real world.



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