3 Reasons Why it Doesn’t Make Sense to Rely on the Carfax Provided by the Dealer:
- The dealer might have provided an outdated Carfax report. Unfortunately, Carfax doesnt always report accidents in a timely manner. If the dealer fails to hand or show you the most recent report then important information may be missing.
- The dealer may alter the Carfax report to make the car’s title appear clean even though it is branded as flood or rebuilt.
- The dealer may not be responsible for the inaccuracies on the Carfax report as in cases where accidents aren’t listed because a prior owner never reported it; however the dealer may have inspected the vehicle and may know it has flood damage or have substantial body work and other tell tale signs it was in a serioud accident. The auto auction may have announced these problems as well but the dealer has chosen to conceal them from you.
If you are a victim of auto auto fraud it is important to learn about your rights and to contact an experienced attorney.
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