Here we have a 1988 Pontiac Fiero listed for sale on eBay Motors with it’s FREE Experian AutoCheck History Report It was offered for sale by TWO Different Sellers and each sellers Experian Vehicle History Report is given different scores!
Seller 1 lists this 1988 Pontiac Fierro and AutoCheck lists it as having 7 Owners and gives it a title score of only 7 which is nearly as low as they get!
Seller 2 buys this same 1988 Fiero from Seller 1. Then takes new photos and lists the came car on eBay Motors. Wow.. It’s a Miracle.. AutoCheck NOW gives this SAME CAR a Score of 20 and lists it as having 4 Owners!
BUT It’s the SAME CAR. Seller one sold this car to buyer one. Buyer one cleans the car up a bit, takes new photos, and lists the car for sale on eBay. How could Experian AutoCheck come up with a Different Score for each sellers listing?
No Wonder eBay Motors is GIVING AUTO CHECK AWAY FOR FREE! Where is Experian digging this data up from? Are they pulling it out of a magic hat like a rabbit?
Nobody knows i guess. But one thing is for sure. If your considering buying a car on eBay Motors, or anywhere else, ask the seller for a CarFax report.
CarFax Reports are without a doubt the Authority On Vehicle History Reports!