Beware Buyer Protection Program Scam

October 19, 2011 | | Comments 0

If you thought you were on the Kelley Blue Book website and were offered a “buyer protection program” with $1,000 or more in escrow, would you do it?

I’m begging you. Don’t. It’s a scam.

Kelley Blue Book doesn’t have a buyer protection program. And they are a reputable company that allows car owners and dealers a way to judge the true value of a vehicle – new or used – on the market. Let’s not disrespect that.

If you want to purchase a limousine, a coach, or a funeral car, then you need Kelley Blue Book. You need to see if the vehicle you want to purchase is worth what the seller is asking for it. And that’s a valuable service. But being scammed out of your hard earned money isn’t fun. And that’s why it’s important that we warn you.

When you’re ready to purchase your next funeral vehicle, keep your cash in your hand and head to the nearest reputable funeral coach dealer. You’ll be glad you did. And you’ll be glad you avoided the scams.


Filed Under: Auto Financing


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