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old 04-18-2018, 08:40 AM   #1
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Is this website www.primevehicletraders.com safe

Friends are considering buying a motorhome from Prime Vehicle Traders www.primevehicletraders.com but are not familiar with the company. Does anyone who has dealt with them have a recommendation or issues with them?

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old 04-18-2018, 08:48 AM   #2
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We bought our motorhome from Prime Vehicle Traders without personally seeing it. It was from the original owner, Carfax verified it was in the same location since new. (San Francisco area) I personally talked with the owner and discussed the history of the van and how he serviced it. My decision was based on all the components put together. A straight forward owner, great service (he had all receipts since new), the condition from the inspection pictures matched the described condition and it had a good price. We pulled the trigger and had it shipped back to New York. It was great experience. It wasn't fool proof, but we cut the risk way down by asking questions and doing our homework. A lot comes from the vibes talking to the seller. No doubt Prime Vehicle Traders are legitimate and a good service tooo.


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Friends are considering buying a motorhome from Prime Vehicle Traders www.primevehicletraders.com but are not familiar with the company. Does anyone who has dealt with them have a recommendation or issues with them?

Thank you!
Prime Vehicle Traders was helpful and honest. I was looking for some way to sell a vehicle, happened to get across them and they were recommended. I tried to sell a vehicle on my own and was not having any success so I thought it was time to have somebody help me. They just asked me to type up my own description and was given suggestions with what to include. I sent it to them and they took care of posting it up on their site and on other sites. Their customer service was always helpful and encouraging. They gave me some pointers on who might just be trying to get information and how to avoid customers I wouldn't want to deal with. The whole process took about one month and I have no regrets using them. They were able to help me accomplish what I needed and would recommend them for others to use.
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try to make the deal in person. keep your fingers crossed. all things apply
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