AFRAZ Auto Repo Review

Afraz Auto Repo is a big time scammer. They advertise on Craigslist as a private party, even though they aren’t. My friend responded to an ad in Craigslist about a used Toyota. He asked the person that answered the phone (most likely Nazia Shaheen) a couple times if he was a dealer. He insisted he was a private party. | Well, my friend drove out to Rancho Cucamonga to meet Shaheen in a strip mall. That idiot brought the wrong car to the strip mall. That was when my friend should have left. However, Shaheen told him to drive to his office. | The car my friend was interested in was suspicious. It was only a year or two old but the tires or something else was off, so he wanted to see another one. He ended up buying a Toyota. Shaheen suggested he pay part of the price in cash to save on taxes, which he did. I’m certain Afraz doesn’t report that to the IRS. | After my friend got home, he sent me an email about the ordeal. I thought it stunk to high heaven, so I did 3 minutes of research and didn’t like what I found. Here’s how his scam works: | 1. Shaheen runs CarFax reports on possible car purchases at upcoming Manheim Auctions. These cars tend to be Hondas or Toyotas. | 2. He notes which CarFax reports come up with no frame damage and waits for them to up for auction. | 3. At the day of the auction, Manheim Auctions (a good company) reports whether the cars have frame damage or other damage. | 4. Shaheen bids on the cars that he has clean CarFax reports on but which are reported as frame damaged on the day of auction. | 5. He advertises on Craigslist as a private party and uses several cell phone numbers. | 6. He answers the phone as a private party. | 7. When a sucker goes to his office, he shows him the car and the clean CarFax which was printed days before the car went up for auction to reassure the sucker. | Most buyers will go home thinking they got a good deal. However, frame damaged cars sell for thousands less than cars without frame damage. Also, the airbags of a car with frame damage may inflate slower than normal and cause injury to the passenger or driver. In addition, in the event of an accident the car may collapse in a way it wasn’t designed to and cause serious injury to the driver and passengers. Of course, being the scumbag that Afraz Auto Repo / Shaheen Nazia are they don’t care.

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Name: AFRAZ Auto Repo

Country: United States

State: California

City: Rancho Cucamonga

Address: 9377 9th St STE B

Phone: (909) 483-2802

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