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quite a few years now, Craigslist has become one of the more popular
online sites for those searching for a used car for sale in the Hot Springs Arkansas
area, and everywhere else. Craigslist can be a fantastic resource for those
looking to save on their next car purchase. Unfortunately, Craigslist can also
be littered with sellers with less than honorable intentions, and even outright
Some of the most common behavior from used car dealers listing on Craigslist
is the old "bait and switch". Cars and trucks are listed on Craigslist, at
seemingly ridiculously low prices, only to be "sold" when the customer arrives
for a test drive, but replaced with a pretty vehicle without the crazy low
Other common fraudulent behavior includes those ads promising dirt cheap
prices that prompt a prospective buyer to send, via money order, a deposit.
These ads are always fraudulent, and should be ignored.
There are honest sellers on Craigslist in the Hot Springs area, but in no other
place should the phrase "buyer beware" be more adhered to more.
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who can assist those with a bad credit history,
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Hot Springs Loans For Craigslist Car Sales
For those who intend on purchasing a car or truck from a seller on Craigslist
in Hot Springs, UsedCarSale.com can provide a car loan should you need one.
Regardless of your prior credit history, we can connect you with a Hot Springs area
lender who can, and will, approve you with as little as proof of a current
income, and residency in the Hot Springs area.
The same is true not only with Craigslist, but with eBay, Autotrader, and any
other online car selling site.
Beware Of Flood Damaged Cars Being Sold Through Craigslist
Posted May 25, 2013
Buyer beware! Flood damaged cars are showing up in want ads, on
Craigslist and as potential trade-ins to dealers who really want nothing to
do with them.
The Chicago Automobile Trade Association, the Chicago area’s major new-car
dealer group and sponsor of the Chicago Auto Show, has issued an alert to
of the flood of damaged cars likely to be sold through Craigslist.
At Arlington Heights Ford, owner John Guido said Friday that he had five
flood-damaged cars in the shop, three of which were repairable. Guido said
in two of the cases, the cars were deemed “totaled” by the owner’s insurance
company but the owner wanted to keep the car anyhow.
Down the line, though, Guido said the cars could be nothing but trouble, and
has advice for those seeing a like-new used car on the market for a
ridiculously low price: do your homework.
He said there are some foolproof ways to tell that a car has been inundated
in a flood that may not be obvious to potential buyers but can be spotted
immediately by mechanics.
He said it could be as simple as peeling back the carpet in the car to see
if the floor beneath it remains damp, or checking to see if there are
leaves, other debris or water in the spare tire well. He said to check to
see if sensors such as the check engine or ABS lights trip on and off
without reason — a sign that the fuse box was inundated.
Guido said other telltale signs are rusty screws inside of the car and rusty
brake calipers. But he said the easiest test is to simply turn on the
engine, turn the heat up to high, and direct it to the floor. He said if the
car’s windows steam up, the car has been flooded.
Guido’s nephew and partner, Tony Guido, said that the car that is older but
looks “like new” could signal a problem.
“An older car or (one that is) recently-detailed, shampooed or cleaned under
the hood so that it looks like it’s brand new are some indicators to look at
also,” he said. “A lot of people don’t keep their cars as clean as that over
The younger Guido said that a musty smell inside the car is also a dead
“You start smelling water damage over a period of time,” he said.
“Water doesn’t really come out of the crevices.”
The Guidos say not all flooded cars are as bad. A car in which the water
barely lapped over the lip at the doors is not as bad off as one that stood
in water up to the windows, they said. Insurance companies may opt to repair
cars that suffered relatively minor flood damage, but John Guido said those
they were inundated or floated are not likely to be deemed repairable by
insurers. Yet, he said, some are.
If you are buying a car through Craigslist, even in an area not know for
flooding, be sure to inspect the vehicle for signs of damage caused by
Beware When Listing Classic Cars On Craigslist
Posted May 14, 2013
Great, another story to make our moms weary of the Internet. The most recent
world wide web scam we've come across involves a Craigslist posting and a
Chevrolet Corvette Pace car that went missing. Mr. Mike Stull won a 1986
Indianapolis 500 pace car at charity event a few years ago, and in efforts
to use it more, he was looking into putting a top on it. Instead of going to
his neighborhood garage, he took to Craigslist to ask for help. This turned
out to be a horrible idea.
According to Stull, somebody responded by saying, "I’ve done it before. I
used to work in a top place." Next thing Stull knew, the car, which was
painted in a rare yellow color, was gone. Police arrested Matthew Warman,
the person who contacted Stull, but they were unable to recover the car. A
new ad on Craigslist has since been posted, offering $500 to anybody with
information on the car's whearabouts. He should probably be careful, though,
hinting that he might have $500 cash lying around.
Latest Craigslist Related News
Posted April 30, 2013
A Napanoch man faces felony forgery and grand larceny charges following an
investigation by detectives of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office. Sean
Kennedy, 35, of Ash Lane was arrested in connection to the reported removal
of a vehicle from a Spring Glen residence in 2012 and its subsequent sale in
A sheriff's spokesman said the legal owner of the vehicle became aware of
the sale after noticing it on Craigslist.
Kennedy was charged with second-degree forgery and fourth-degree grand
larceny and sent to Ulster County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail.
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