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I was originally contacted by “April” about my vehicle listed on Craigslist. April contacted me via email stating “I’m reaching you on behalf of my husband. really interested , please give me your email address so he can get back to you later today.”I responded with my first name, email & phone number and other info about the vehicle I figured the potential buyer would want to know.I then get an email from [email protected] His email states “I’d like to come look at it. Is there any bad things on it , like bad suspension, oil leaking etc? I would like to arrange meeting in few days. Hope everything will be great and we will make a deal.”I respond stating that we have not had any issues with the vehicle. I also say I have a couple other offers in the works, so let he should let me know when his schedule opens up.His response is as follows: “ I’m ready to come and talk over the details. I also need to make sure everything is legit on the vehicle. Can you provide a current Title Report? My loan officer has requested a report from vwthreport.com/. I would really feel more comfortable buying a vehicle with an official Title report.”I respond stating that the vehicle has a lien against it. I offer to give him the VIN if he wants to the lien holder.No response. I think this is odd because previously the email conversation has been pretty steady.Finally, I google “what is the vthreport?” and get directed here. Thanks BBB!

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