The potential for vehicle-related fraud is very real in any given case, and not something for any consumer to simply dismiss as a remote or nonexistent possibility.
Imagine for a moment that, pursuant to a purchase of a good used vehicle for yourself or a family member, you made a good-faith effort to do all the requisite due diligence required to make an informed decision.
Many Philadelphia residents are busy checking gifts off of their holiday shopping lists in stores and online. Unfortunately, some shoppers will fall victim to consumer fraud, and you do not want to be one of them.
Can you relate to the following hypothetical?