I’ve been receiving letters in the mail about offers and a winner to be decided. Today I got another letter with car ads on them. The offer had a key on it and said that it is a key to a 2013 chevy silverado. Also my numbers matched on a $25,000 lottery thing on the same letter. I applied online for it and the dealership said I had $17,000 to any car. I would like to know if I’m getting scammed or it it’s legit. Thanks
event-bonus.com is a privately held, direct-to-consumer, internet-based auto financing marketplace that helps consumers take control of the auto research, finance, buy and drive process. Offering a wide range of products and services to simplify the search for information and funding alternatives. Consumers are provided with a secure, confidential process to obtain up to four finance rate and term options.
event-bonus.com facilitates the matching of lenders based upon customer needs via proprietary analysis and evaluation that is called “Preferred Placement.” Focused on auto finance, the company is dedicated to providing customer choice for all aspects of the auto search, finance and purchase process.Source(s): When to their website!
What’s more appropriate than to start your relationship with a car dealer with a lie.
Whenever you have won without even entering into a sweepstake is a fake.
The operator of this 6 month old site also runs:
See a pattern there?…
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If you have to ask, the answer is no.