Japan is known for producing top quality used vehicles at best rates across the globe. The used cars from Japan are renowned for their durability, performance, quality, and affordability. Japan exports more than 500,000 vehicles to different countries including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Kenya, South Africa, South America, Zambia, and Pakistan. Buying used vehicles has become easier, simpler and faster because of the rise in the online vehicle portals.
What makes the customer worrisome is that whether the car exporter they are choosing for their desired car is reliable or not? Many online used car exporters claim to be authentic and pro in the automobile industry, but unfortunately, some fraudulent cases have created fear in the minds of customers. The customers can easily overcome this fear if they follow these simple and easy steps before making their next move.
Here are some easy tips that will help buyers find reliable exporters for Japanese used cars and can avoid scam of any sort:
Make sure you go through every important detail on the website like company information, date of establishment, address, membership of reputed exporters etc. These details provide information to authenticate the dealer.
Moreover, don’t forget to double check contact details like physical address, email address or telephone number. Try sending them an inquiry email to see if they respond or contact them at their registered Japanese number. Also, search their physical location on Google.
If the company is a member of a reputed auction house, it will be a plus point for proving its authentication.
Be very careful with the prices mentioned on their stock. If the prices are too low, it is more likely that it’s a scam and are only attracting people to make the payments.
Make sure that the stock on the car is updated regularly. The regular stock uploaded on the website indicates the frequency of the business.
Contact the potential exporter and ask them various questions regarding the procedure and payment methods.
Check out the reviews and feedback given by the buyers of that particular exporter within the country.
If the auto trading company doesn’t show any landline number, you would have to double check them for verification.
Make sure that the bank details provided to you include the company name and not any other name or country.
If you are trying out a new exporter, just buy one vehicle for starters. Usually, buyers order vehicles in bulk quantity to avail discounts or low prices, but always remember that you must avoid any such act while dealing with an entirely new automobile exporter.