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Is ClassicCarsHQ a scam site?

I saw a car for sale on a website called ClassicCarsHQ and emailed the seller, but got no reply. Upon further investigation all the sellers have the same email address and map location. The email page also doesn't work. Is this a scam site?

Asked on 12 February 2018 by TURBO 555

Answered by Keith Moody
You could try calling ClassicCarsHQ directly (+44 1534 734204). We've called and emailed but never been able to get a response from them. Generally, if it's too good to be true - then it is. Never buy a car without seeing it first - and if you're not getting a response from the seller then it's time to move on.

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