The latest scam is one of the worst ever.
It is called a car selling comparison and is taking place in the U.K. It is a scam where a car buyer can sign up to compare cars and sell them.
The car seller is actually a scammer and wants to take your money.
He wants to make money selling you a car that is not the car you want, according to a new report by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB).
The report says the scammer will use various tricks to make you think that the car is actually different than what it is.
The seller will say it has a higher mileage rating, that it is more powerful, and it has more space.
But it is not.
It’s a car with a low mileage rating.
That is, the car that you bought is not really the car the car seller wants.
The person who is selling you the car will tell you that it has less fuel, is more fuel efficient, or is a new model.
The salesman will say he or she has never had the car before.
The buyer is asked to do some research.
But this is the most basic of the scam techniques, the report said.
If you do some searching online, you will see many different sellers.
Some will offer to buy the car for you, some will offer a car loan or an auto repair, and others will make you buy the vehicle outright.
You will get a text message, the message will say, “We are selling this car.
It costs you $100,000 to buy it, but we are offering you this car for free,” the report says.
The scammer then takes the car to a garage and takes photos of the interior and exterior.
The buyer is then told the car has been modified to be cheaper than a used car.
The car is now listed for sale.
You are then asked to pay $250,000 for the car, and you are told you will get two weeks to pay it off.
You get a phone call, and the seller says that he or they are getting a car for a $150,000 loan.
It will be the same as a used vehicle.
The seller says the loan is a loan to buy, not to sell.
But then the scamster says, “I’m going to put this car up for sale to you for $150k,” and he or he says, you should take it.
You say you will, but it does not.
You then have to send the money back.
The scammer says, You have to pay another $250k, because you have failed to pay me the money.
You then say, I can’t afford to pay you that.
You tell the scamber, I’ll pay you $250 for it, and then you say, No, no, no.
You go to the car dealership, but you do not buy the used car, the scamper says.
Then the scam continues.
You call the dealer, and they say they can’t give you the $250 loan because they do not have the money in the bank.
But you ask them, I want to make a loan on this car to buy.
They say no, we don’t have the cash.
Then they ask you, what if you want to buy a new car.
You say, Yes, I’d like to buy that car.
They go, I have a loan.
So you go and buy the old car and get a loan for it.
The second you buy a used Car, the scammers make it appear that the old vehicle has been repaired, the problem is with the brakes, and there is a leak.
The scammers also make it seem that you are in debt to the dealership because the scabs will give you a cheque for $50,000 and say, You can go ahead and pay that cheque right now, or you can put it in your bank account right now.
The dealer says, No.
You cannot pay that, because we don.
You can’t do that.
It’s too risky.
The bank will then withdraw the money that you paid to the scab.
The scab then says, OK, but I have to get the money out of the bank before you can withdraw it, so we will cancel your loan.
So you get $100k and you cancel your car loan, which means you can’t buy a car.
And the bank says, Well, you are still going to owe me $250 because you are not in compliance with the loan agreement.
You are still in default.
So, you get the cheque and the car.
Then you get a call from the scumbag saying, You paid $150 for that car, so now you owe me the entire $250.
And now I am going to cancel your $250 and give you $300 back.
And you say you are OK with that, and now you can buy a nice new