Tuesday, March 28, 2023

If it's too good of a deal to be true.....

MOORE COUNTY, N.C. -- An Army veteran in North Carolina purchased a car for more than $68,000 only to learn months later, he was sold a stolen car. And that's just the beginning of the drama surrounding the car.


  1. In a letter to the gypped car buyer, Carvana stated, "someone had taken sophisticated criminal steps ..." to conceal that the car was stolen.
    Yet the mechanics found several locations on the car which did not match. Those locations are easily visible.

    BTW; my buddy who runs an auto glass company says its criminal to conceal a VIN. I was on the job with him when he had to reject a windshield from PPG. The reason was the windshiield painted lower edge hid the VIN if it were installed.

  2. Looks like Mr. Scott is fishing for an extra Mil. Gee I wonder if his lawyer brought up that suggestion? Fee 25% = $250,000

  3. The corporation and the thief still get to keep their money... it's the American way.


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