Tricks Car Dealers Use to Scam Customers
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Negotiating in 2022 with a Car Dealer Scam Must Watch Video

Car dealers are becoming increasing creative with finding ways to get car buyers to pay more than they should by capitalizing on the car shortage today. Here is an informative video as an example of how car dealers try to swindle you so that you do not get the car you want at a price you should not pay.
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Car Dealer Song and Dance Scamming

Having a hard time trying to figure out what part of a car dealer’s razzle dazzle is just part of doing business and which is BS? You are not alone. It’s all part of what makes some car sellers more successful than others by having not just the gift of gab, but the finesse to scam the customer into paying much more than what he or she should.

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The value of this video from the Your Advocate Alliance YouTube channel is that this is exactly what you will hear at a car dealership as you are talking one-on-one with a seller who is giving his song and dance that sounds reasonable, but in truth is lace with deceptive practices. Watch this video now before going to any dealership so that you can see how car sellers manage to control your conversation with them during a negotiation and steer you down the road of perdition for car buying customers.

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If you found this video informative, let us know about it in the comments section below and tell us some of the selling techniques/tricks you’ve heard in the past while shopping for a new or used car from a dealership.

For additional articles about buying a car, here is some advice from Consumer Reports titled “Consumer Reports Recommends This Important Negotiation Point to Focus on When Buying a New Car” and “Consumer Reports Warns Used Car Buyers About Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Car Scams” to help you reach a successful car buying experience.

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Timothy Boyer is a Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily new and used vehicle news.

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