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The $40k Ferrari Scheme and How Not to Get Caught Up

For basically anybody who has ever clicked on to the internet, they have more than ...

For basically anybody who has ever clicked on to the internet, they have more than likely been affected by a scam in one way or another. Whether or not you have fallen for it is one thing but there’s a pretty good chance that you probably have at least come across a situation where there clearly was some factor that didn’t seem quite right. This is especially prevalent in the world of use automobiles as shysters will hop on the web to attempt to try and dupe you out your money, essentially providing information and claiming for it to be fact, disguising it to make it look as real as possible, all while hiding under this veil and discreetly sticking their hands in your pockets.

In this one, we take a dive inside of this treacherous world with automotive YouTuber, Rob Ferretti as he guides us into the ins and outs of exactly how scammers will go about trying to steal your hard earned cash. In most cases, If something really seems too good to be true then it probably is. If you come across a Ferrari for sale for $40,000 that would normally retail for 60 or $70,000, well, there has to be something severely wrong with it or it’s probably fraudulent. People aren’t out there just pretty much looking to give money away most of the time.

Sometimes, though, the idea of potentially getting a good deal keeps you in the mix, chasing down this potential windfall and hoping that it’s real. Sometimes, you might even get yourself a good deal but it’s really important that you’re able to differentiate between a good deal and the scam for quite obvious reasons. Dig through the information down in the video below that might just help you to be better prepared next time that a scammer crosses your path, trying to take your money. After following along with the video down below, be sure to tell us what you think of this method of picking out the scams from the real deals. If you get good enough at it, you might just find yourself a true diamond in the rough!





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