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I want to buy this 2011 Nissan GT-R Premium car but Im not sure bout it because the deal sounds too good to be true

Plus i won't be meeting him/her in person because the dealer is in another state so I don't know if it'll be a scam or not and this is gonna be my first car, I don't know anything about cars or knowing if I'm gonna get a good deal on it or not.Can somebody please help me out on this?

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There are a few things I would NEVER buy via the Internet; the top of that list is jewelry, next is a car.
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Unless this car is at a dealership (rather than a private-party sale) & you can go see & test-drive the car before handing over $1, forget about this.
I'd also ask for a car history report ("CarFax" is the most popular, there are others) & verification of a clean title.
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If this car is priced way below NADA book value, something is wrong. It may have a re-built engine (& title), may have been in a flood, may be stolen & is being "flipped", may have been wrecked, may have been a "lemon" & bought-back by Nissan ...

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If you think it's too good to be true-
It probably is -

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if a deal sounds too good to be true, it is, besides, when you decide on the vehicle you would like to have, if not new, have a mechanic give it a going over even if the vehicle is at a dealership. salespeople lie to sell a vehicle.

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If the deal of the 2011 Nissan GT-R Premium car sounds too good to be true, then you should use Scambuster sites to find out about it. Most of the online deals are usually a scam, especially if you are told to sign a "Conflict or Dispute Resolution'. Go to http://www.scambusters.org/ for more.

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A 2011 GT-R is worth around $85,000. Don't get scammed.

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If you can't go to the state do a face to face transaction and see the car then I wouldn't buy it.

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If they say the car will be shipped to you it is a scam.

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Don't ever buy a car unless you've actually seen it in person and are able to make the deal in person. If they're claiming to set up a wire transfer and ship the car it's a scam.

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