Things that you should know when buying a Car
Do you think you could beat a professional rugby player at his own game?
For most of us, the answer is no.
Think about that the next time you go to a car dealership... where you are dealing with a professional seller.
From the moment you step out on the lot you are behind in experience... behind in industry knowledge... behind in salesmanship... to whom else but someone who sells for a living?
The professional athlete of his field. The salesman. The person who makes his living by commission - and therefore tries to squeeze every dollar possible out of his victims.
But now you can be prepared. Don't fall for his traps.
Don't fall for his schemes. Make sure you spend the least money possible when purchasing your car. And do it with confidence.
The first thing you need to realize when going to a dealership to buy a car is this. The salesman's agenda is to make the best commission possible. Your agenda is to get the best deal possible. You must understand this mindset.
Most people are too naive to realize what is happening when they are being sold a car. They are not thinking like the salesman, who has been there every single day for the last umpteen years dealing with customers just like them.
...here is just SOME of the information you will find inside:
Understand that both you and the dealer are looking to get the better deal.
Why you should run if they ask you to resign your loan papers.
Find out the difference between the dealer's price and the factory price - so that you know how much to offer.
Find out when salesmen are desperate to sell cars and are much more willing to lower their prices to close the deal.
Recognize numerous other scams such as the "Factory Holdback Scam," "Insurance Scam," "Turnover Scam," and more. Get prepared before you get taken for thousands.
Items to bring with you when purchasing a car if you want to make sure you get the best deal possible.
Recognize who is really on the phone if someone calls in to compete with your offer.
Why you should never wait until the last minute to buy a car...never!
Find out why you should never offer any money for a car unless you already know the dealer cost.
Learn when to use the words "only if you put it in writing" to save yourself from scams forced on you by pushy salesmen.
Make sure the date that the salesman writes on your contract is correct before signing.
How to protect yourself from late payments when trading in car that still has money due.
So You Wanna Buy A Car
What You Should Never Do
Common Phrases and Word Games
Top 10 Dealership Scams How to Avoid
Car Refinance Scams
The Buyer's Folder
How Much Money Should I Offer the Dealer?
What Kind of Buyer Am I?
Some Sales Scams
Closing Without Extra Costs
Common Extras at Closing
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