Sick of getting scammed on Craigslist? Here are nine compelling reasons that CarStory is better in every way.
Let’s face it, we’re no strangers to Craigslist horror stories. Not only have we heard more stories than we can count, we’ve probably experienced one or two ourselves.
Like this one from Reddit user FacelessDreams that illustrates how easy scams are to pull off:
My friend listed my car for $100 bucks. Listed my phone number, Took a photo and everything. My phone didn’t stop ringing for days. All hours, all the time. Mostly has messages left by really desperate people and what I assumed were crackheads. Worst part was the fact my grandfather was in the hospital at the time and my number was listed as a contact so I had no choice but to answer the calls.
When we want something cheap, none of this stops us from hitting Craigslist first. We can’t help it. It’s there. It works…sometimes, and well, where else are we going to go? That’s where CarStory comes in. At CarStory, we don’t care where you get your PlayStation or find your next sublet, but we do have a vested interest in where you buy your car. Sick of stalkers, cars that ended up being too good to be true, and ads that you can’t believe someone deigned worthy of posting?
Here are nine compelling reasons that CarStory beats Craigslist every time: