Fraud Prevention

1. WE DON'T OWN, BUY OR SELL VEHICLES LISTED ON OUR SITE.

FreeAutoNetwork.com is an online website featuring business listing that have to do with cars, new and used car listings, and classifieds that connects internet users with sellers. We are not car dealers. Any listing information about a particular car, part, or accessory comes directly from the seller-not us. If you receive an email that implies we're selling or buying a vehicle, it is not accurate. We do add businesses which may or may not be accurate which is why businesses have the opportunity to verify their listing.

2. WE DON'T OFFER AUTOMOTIVE WAREHOUSING OR SHIPPING SERVICES.

FreeAutoNetwork.com doesn't own a warehouse, and we don't ship cars. We simply don't get involved in transactions between buyers and sellers. Just be sure to check out the services proposed on your own.

3. WE DON'T GET INVOLVED IN TRANSACTIONS BETWEEN BUYERS AND SELLERS.

Don't respond to any email that appears to come from FreeAutoNetwork.com (for example, by displaying our logo) and urges you to complete the sale or purchase of a car listed on our site. Such emails are a sure sign of a scam.

Other signs of fraud are emails that:

FreeAutoNetwork.com doesn't guarantee or endorse transactions, and we don't have preferred or pre-approved buyers or sellers. We'll never encourage you to buy any particular vehicle listed on FreeAutoNetwork.com or to sell your vehicle to any particular buyer.

4. WE DON'T ASK YOU FOR PERSONAL OR FINANCIAL INFORMATION VIA EMAIL.
If you receive an e-mail asking for this information, it is a scam. This includes asking for username, password, social security number, bank account information, etc.

5. WE DON'T INSPECT VEHICLES LISTED ON OUR WEBSITE FOR FLOOD DAMAGE OR ANY OTHER PREVIOUS DAMAGE
We have no way of inspecting these vehicles. It is up to the user to use their best judgment in purchasing a car and to do the necessary background checks on the vehicle.

6. TO AVOID PURCHASING A DAMAGED VEHICLE:
Obtain a vehicle history report as such as who holds the title, whether the car has been in an accident and if it was ever reported stolen, salvaged or damaged. This information can be acquired from Carfax.com

7. COMMON-SENSE ADVICE FOR BUYERS

Buying a car you find online is a lot like buying a car through a classified ad in the newspaper. In either case, use your best judgment.

8. COMMON-SENSE ADVICE FOR SELLERS

Selling a car you find online is a lot like selling a car through a classified ad in the newspaper. In either case, use your best judgment.