One of the major issues with buying anything used in Trinidad & Tobago is the amount of scam artist out there. Some are very elaborate in what they are doing to take your money. The Trinidad Express had an article written in 2014 that is still true today. If you have bought, sold or thinking about buying a used vehicle in Trinidad or Tobago please tell us what you know to avoid being taken for a costly ride by a scam artist.
“Make thorough checks of the vehicle, engine and chassis number,” said Archie, who added, “Check any numbers that may have been etched unto glass surfaces ensuring that they correspond with what is written on the certified copy or that these numbers do not appear to be tampered with, because before you part with your hard-earned cash you need to consider that the car may have been stolen.” Ref. Source 5u
One of the things I just do not get about Trinis trying to sell cars in Trinidad is the fact they are NOT the owners of the cars they are trying to sell! When you call for a car you are interested in they begin with this story about the owner, etc. What the hell are you selling a car for that is not in your name?
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