“If it’s too good to be true, then it probably is.”
|Toyota Rav4 2002, Automatic Transmission with selling price of PHP90,000 ($2,000+)|
Advertiser: ken dupied
|2005 Hyundai Getz for only PHP60,000 ($1,300)|
Advertiser: jil or Argos Nadine
These cars are offered at AyosDito.ph.
They caught my eyes because of their very affordable prices. Plus, the exterior and interior of these vehicles appear to be like they are brand new.
Unfortunately, they are fraud.
I sent letters of interest via email to the advertisers of these automobiles. All of them replied with almost the same content: That they are tourists. That they left their cars to a courier. Blah blah blah. Then, they asked for my complete name, phone number and complete address .
Out of vexation, I replied to them with false personal information, which ended the communication.
Unlike DavaoSale.com or TipidSale.com, AyosDito.ph does not allow other users to post a comment for a certain ad. Thus, there is no way to confirm the veracity of the post, until you contact the advertisers.
Surely, if it’s too good to be true, then it probably is.
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