do a google search for simple auto exchange. Do you see the company website come up as one of the first 10 results? Nope. If it was a reputable website, I am sure atleast some of the money would have been spent on advertising, and they would want to get their name out.
Plus, he only mentions the basic facts on the car, and no issues. For having 74,400mi, I would think that it would have atleast a couple minor things worth noting.
And if you look at what he mentions, rust, maintenance, mileage, title condition and reason for sale are almost always the first questions asked by a buyer. He answers all of them, without giving you much more detail. And he personal problems line is meant to make you feel bad for him, and figure that buying it is going to help him out and you'll get a spectacular deal.
It'* all a mind game and I have noticed that the scams are getting closer to legit ads like this one.
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