UAECARMARKET.COM — In becoming your trusted adviser when it comes to the life cycle of your vehicle, we want to make sure you are equipped with the knowledge needed to use our site safely for everything from negotiating to financing to leasing to resale, whether with a dealer or not. Combating internet fraud is an ongoing process for all companies, and at UAECARMARKET.com, we take seriously our role in the automotive marketplace as a trusted content provider.

While the vast majority of vehicle listings and inquiries to these listings on uaecarmarket.com are legitimate, we strive to make sure our customers are aware that there are individuals who use uaecarmarket.com for illegitimate purposes. These individuals will post vehicle listings on uaecarmarket.com solely for the purpose of scamming potential car buyers. In the same manner, they may contact our legitimate sellers and express an interest in purchasing vehicles for the purpose of scamming the seller.

We want to make sure our customers always exercise caution and common sense. Don't be a victim; help protect yourself from fraud before the sale by learning more about how uaecarmarket.com operates and by taking the fraud awareness precautions outlined in our advice sections below. If an activity seems suspicious or a transaction seems unbelievably good, it probably is.

Inspect the car, preferably in person:

  • Be wary of sellers who refuse to meet in person, face to face.
    Use caution if the seller only wants to communicate via email or text message.
    Be extremely wary if the seller refuses to or claims they cannot talk on the phone.
    If possible, have a car mechanic join you and inspect the vehicle before you pay to complete a sale.
    Exercise caution if the seller states the vehicle must be shipped or is currently not in their physical possession.

Avoid car listings that are too good to be true:

  • Ads for popular sports cars and SUVs priced at half of what they're worth are almost always lures used by scam artists.
    If you are suspicious of any listings on uaecarmarket.com, please do not hesitate to contact the Fraud Prevention Department. We can be reached at uaecarmarket.com or 050-9979965
    Exercise extreme caution before wiring deposits or payments using Western Union, MoneyGram, PayPal, Bitcoin, escrow services or gift cards.
    The safest way to purchase a car is in person and in a public place. However, if you must wire funds, please make sure you verify the receiving account by contacting the bank directly prior to doing so.
    We never recommend doing business with an overseas car dealer or seller. Sending money in any form overseas will likely result in losing all of it. Western Union and MoneyGram are popular for internet scams because the funds are generally untraceable and available instantly worldwide.
    Please be aware that fraudsters may set up fake escrow services in an attempt to deceive consumers. Before you commit to using any escrow service, we recommend researching the service thoroughly online and through the state licensing authority that has licensed the company.
Note that a current online fraud trend involves a fraudulent seller requesting payment via gift cards from popular stores or websites. If you encounter a seller who proposes payment through this method, please cut off all communication with the seller and reach out to fraud@uaecarmarket.com.  

Keep in mind that uaecarmarket.com does not own, buy or sell the vehicles listed on our site. We also do not get involved in transactions between buyers and sellers. Any correspondence you have regarding a particular vehicle occurs directly between you and the seller.

We will never ask you to provide personal or financial information via email. If you receive an unsolicited email that claims to be from uaecarmarket.com, reach out to us to verify it prior to taking any other action. This includes requests for information such as:

  • Username or password
    Bank account information
    Credit card information

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