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Old 05-16-2016, 09:58 AM   #1
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Is rvdaily.com legit.

We are trying to sell our 2014 Palazzo. Got a call today from someone at RVDail.com wanted $799.oo dollars to almost :-) guarantee a quick sale. Usually if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is! Just wondering if anyone had any experience with them either as a buyer or seller?


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Beware of those place! They just take your money and run! Been there and done that!

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Pay only after it sells not before!

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Absolutely more scam than not.
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When they ask for money up front you know it's a scam. Tell him you'll pay $999 after they sell the RV and you've got your money in hand.
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Is probably a legit web site but I am sure in there fine print there is no guarantee. They just tell you they have buyers and can help u sell it but they don't usually. Some group was doing this a wile a go outa Nebraska. For a fee they put it on a few websites and that's it... Don't buy into it. The best way to sell is the 2 big sites. Rvtrader.com and rvt.com. Pay for good ads here with extra photos and that's your best shot. Imo
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From what I see in their terms it looks like they just list the RV online for you. For the money they are asking you'd be better served hiring a photographer to take proper pictures of the rig and list it yourself. Horrible photography seems to be a running theme with people trying to sell their RVs. Good pictures coupled with a thorough description should serve you better than paying someone else to list it online using pictures and info that you are providing for them.

They seem to me to be like those "we sell your stuff on e-bay" stores that were popping up in the late 90's early 00's.

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