Be careful with selling

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The Netherlands is a bargain country in the classic field. Foreign classic enthusiasts have also discovered this. And of course there is nothing wrong with letting your classic travel to sunny places.

But the guild guild also discovered that Dutch classic sellers are approachable for selling abroad.

To make a long story short: that kind of villains offers the asking price, the classic pays (often per Western Union), and lets the car pick up their costs.

And because it is all for export, you just give the papers because the seller, the highly correct payer, promises to settle the matter administratively and to send you the papers….

Up to that point you have never experienced a more correct business partner.

Of course, you would never do that, even if your new balance cheers off the screen.

Before the transporter leaves the street, the buyer cancels his money. Gets it back.

And those papers, nobody will ever hear of that again.

Not from the classic either.

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