Checked the site on Google and there were positives without any negatives. Site had several logos indicating a trusted site. Initial communication was prompt and seemed reliable. After deliver of funds, received an acknowledgement, but that’s it stopped. Site is old get on the web as well as the favorable endorsements. The car appears on another site as being for sale. When price is too good to be true look out.
Review by Simaima6 months ago
I purchased a 1980 camaro money was accepted and waited for delivery went back and forth several times on live chat and 5 emails have been emailing since friday for update on delivery and no answer. Reported to FBI. And called both banks and the bank they use is a international wire company that is called Transferwise and they said it is out of there hands.
Review by Herin Cabrita6 months ago
Bought a car they never delivered, told me there was a delay rescheduled delivery and now won't reply to any emails
Review by Chord7 months ago
I was purchasing a 1969 Dodge charger from them for $12,500 and they pushed a delivery back three times and on the third time it didn't arrive and I didn't receive a phone call or an email her anything and now no one will email me back and there is no phone number to contact them. Upon further investigating them I realized they just created the website 30 days ago. I am working with my bank to see if they can do anything for me because it is supposed to be an escrow account that the money goes into until it is released to the seller so wish me luck.
Review by Roydene Sowten7 months ago
I came across a 1985 Jeep CJ-7. Went through the same process as listed in these reports. Submitted request to purchase the vehicle. Everything online seemed legit, money was wired over and communication continued for day. Delivery date was pushed back 10 days and the day of the delivery driver to call no more emails came through. This is a scam.
Review by Davethelionheart Wibracht7 months ago
I was trying to purchase a 1972 Chevrolet Blazer. I have emailed 2 people back and forth. For 8 days they have said they have not received my wire transfer. My bank said the wire was accepted by Wells Fargo and would have gone through the next day with Wells Fargo. eAutoFlash Traders said the issue was from my side and needed to get corrected. Talking with my bank, they said the money has been accepted and it is out of their hands now. eAutoFlash Traders will not respond back on behalf of the money or the vehicle.
Review by Dataspeed8 months ago
Found a car on a legit internet car sales website. Price was great (obviously too good). Asked for more information via the contact form on the website and got an email response from eAutoFlash Traders that answered my questions and gave additional information about the car. The email response directed me to their website eAutoFlash.com. The website indicated that they are an internet escrow company designed to protect both the seller and the buyer.
It all seemed suspicious so I did a google search for eAutoFlash Traders to see if it was a scam. I found numerous threads in legitimate forums (car forums, RV forums, camera forums, etc.) where people would start the thread by asking is it is a scam and most threads had multiple responses where a few people would say they never heard of the company, but that it sounded like a scam followed by someone who claimed to have used there service and indicating it worked out fine. In a couple of the forums the person saying it was a valid service would criticize something like "slow response to questions" or "slow shipping" thus making it seem even more legit. The dates on the threads in the forums went back as much as five years.
I have now found (after making payment) that it is in fact a scam and that those threads were somehow recently hacked into the forums with older dates. Most have already been removed from those forums. I have also discovered that the same person running this scam has been doing it under many similar names (eAutoLimit Traders, eAutoSmart Traders, eAutoEvo Traders, and probably many more). Now that this and other reports have been made, I'm sure they will move on to another name soon. Bottom line, don't pay if you haven't seen the car.
I checked the domain name registration tonight and it is registered to an individual (not a company) in Moscow. Wish I had thought to check that before paying.
Review by Retford9 months ago
I bought a 1967 Chevrolet Caprice off of this website, sent the wire for $7400, got confirmation that the payment was received. They pushed the delivery date back once, and it still has not arrived. They are no longer responding to emails.
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