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Question 10/28/2013

Can I pay cash not through Paypal service?

Answer 10/28/2013

Sure you can, it is not obligatory to pay through Paypal. In "My Activities" page on the left side you will find the page "won", there you can see your won items where you can choose how to pay, if you choose "offline payment" you contact to the seller directly.

Question 10/28/2013

Why am I outbid when I placed the max bid?

Answer 10/28/2013

In case when two or more bidders placed their max bid for the same price, the server will choose the first one, and that user will win the item. So, if you received the information that you are outbid, it means that someone else was the first and won the car.

Question 10/28/2013

What can I do if the transmission of the car I want to buy is broken?

Answer 10/28/2013

Repokar is asking the seller to disclose the condition of the car. The buyer has to choose if he want proceed with The Post-sale Inspection before he pays money for it. The Post-sale Inspection shows the buyer if the car is in true condition as the seller has disclosed. If the results of Inspection will show damages more than $250.00 the buyer will be granted with the right to cancel the transaction and not to reimburse the Seller the cost of the Post Sale Inspection.

Question 10/28/2013

How can I be sure if I pay for a car and the seller will not disappear with my money?

Answer 10/28/2013

Repokar always verifies their business licenses to ensure they have a legal right to sell cars. We use Paypal services as a safe method of payment. Also Repokar takes control over the transaction and verifies the satisfaction and the fairness of the sale.

Question 10/28/2013

How much I should bid on a car? The reserve and starting bid is $1.00 what are my chances of getting the car?

Answer 10/28/2013

Depends on what car it is, you can bid for example $1.01 and hope that nobody will bid on this car, then you'll have success to win...but if anybody will bid with a higher price, you both should bid till the end of auction time. Who ever bids last and it is the higher bidder will win the car.

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