Tips for Buyer
Tips for the seller
Before you decide to make a purchase, carefully review several sales offers to understand the average cost of your chosen equipment. If the price of the offer you like is much lower than similar offers, think about it. A significant price difference may indicate hidden defects or an attempt by the seller to commit fraudulent acts.
Do not buy products which price is too different from the average price for similar equipment.
Do not give consent to dubious pledges and prepaid goods. In case of doubt, do not be afraid to clarify details, ask for additional photographs and documents for equipment, check the authenticity of documents, ask questions.
If you decide to buy equipment at a low price, make sure that you communicate with the real seller. Find out as much information about the owner of the equipment as possible. One way of cheating is to represent yourself as a real company. In case of suspicion, inform us about this for additional control, through the feedback form.
The most common type of fraud. Unfair sellers may request a certain amount of advance payment to “book” your right to purchase equipment. Thus, fraudsters can collect a large amount and disappear, no longer get in touch.
Varieties of this fraud may include:
Attackers can create websites very similar to Autoline to retrieve your confidential information. Bear in mind that Autoline does not send out letters asking to provide any confidential data, usernames or passwords. This refers both to the emails and the website itself. If you have received such a letter, check the website address (whether the link leads to Autoline pages).
If you have the slightest doubt:
Take care of the security of your profile on the portal. Use the following tips to avoid losing access to your account: