How to spot a fake AutoDeal agent

They say imitation is the best form of flattery, but what’s not cool is using that to your advantage to make a quick buck. Vehicles are the second largest form of investment a consumer will make in their lifetime, and the idea of taking a cut or a slice off of a million peso vehicle sale is a tempting proposition for some. Some people call it business, but we call it preying on those who have made an honest living, especially if the people in question illegitimately affiliate themselves with us.

It has come to our attention over the past few months that certain people and groups have been passing themselves off as part of AutoDeal, utilizing our logo, and using different names such as “Autodeal Inc” or “Autodeal Auto Trading”. We have received information from several people who have contacted us and informed us of their business practices such as enticing them to make downpayments and offering vehicle quotes without any requests.

In order to set things straight, we’ve laid out some key points on how we deal with prospective car buyers and how our partner dealers and agents will get in touch with you. AutoDeal provides a platform for car buyers and authorized agents to get in touch with one another in a safe and secure purchasing environment. We will never ask you to send money into a personal account, send you financing offers and quotes without requesting for it first, and ask you to fill out forms that cannot be found on our website.

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If you have experienced or know anyone that has been in contact with these illegitimate people or groups passing themselves off as a part of our organization, feel free to contact us on our Facebook page, Autodeal.com.ph, or send us an email at info@autodeal.com.ph.

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