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It’s now my brother who wants to buy a car from the US,
the thing is we don’t know anybody there , so I’m forced unwillingly to deal again with the car sites as my brother doesn’t speak English (sure I’m not better than him )
To keep it short and simple I thought of using this site as eBay instructs its customers to do so
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it’s an escrow site that claims to guarantees the buyers money and it’s responsible of delivering the sellers’ money.
This is how escrow works - similar to a bond/bailer/bailee relationship (don't feel like digging out my books for the correct terms if this is incorrect) - one party puts up a financial guarantee of performance in accordance with a contract, rendering the contract null and void (and often forfeiting the agreed upon amount) if that party fails to follow through.
The escrow company is the disinterested party and entrusted with the money.
Escrow.com is legitimate and is one of the companies on the sticky at ScamWarners.com:
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