Automotive fraud is a growing problem both on and off the Internet, and automotive e-commerce Web sites such as pattayacar4sale.com are not immune to such problems. While we make a huge effort to ensure the vehicle listings on pattayacar4sale.com are legitimate, you should be aware that certain individuals post vehicle listings for the sole purpose of scamming potential car buyers.
In the same manner, the vast majority of e-mail and phone leads that are sent to sellers using our Web site are from real, interested buyers. However, you should be aware that certain individuals may contact a seller or express an interest in purchasing a seller's vehicle for the sole purpose of scamming the seller.
When using the Internet, you should always exercise caution and common sense. When using the pattayacar4sale.com Web site, you can help protect yourself by taking the precautions outlined below. If an activity seems suspicious or a transaction seems too cheap to be true then beware!
Deceptive E-Mails & Claims
Pattayacar4sale.com merely acts as forum in which potential buyers can search listings of vehicles for sale and contact sellers to discuss the specifics of the vehicle, arrange for an inspection or a test drive, and/or possibly enter into an agreement to purchase the vehicle. All transactions are between buyers and sellers. Be aware that Pattayacar4sale.com never participates in transactions between buyers and sellers. Specifically, we do not sell vehicles, collect payments for vehicles, warehouse vehicles, or ship vehicles. Finally, given the nature of our service, you should be aware that we do not and cannot verify the authenticity or legitimacy of any buyer or seller.
Report Suspicious Activity
If someone attempts to pull any of these scams on you:
- Cease all communications with the person. You do not have to give an explanation though you can simply say you are no longer interested.
- Promptly report any suspicious activity, e-mails, or Websites to Pattayacar4sale.com using the Contact Us page.
- If you feel you have been the victim of fraud, you should take any steps to cancel or reverse a transaction or stop payment and you should promptly report this activity to the local Thai Police.