AutoSource provides a selection of over 15,000 insured salvage vehicles. Each listing includes a full description of the vehicle with photos. A description will contain the vehicle’s condition, the make, model and year of the vehicle, and state whether or not it is operable.
These cars are sold at heavily discounted prices through 32 major insurance companies, 109 brokers, and can be located at over 400 insurance inventory locations throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. Each vehicle comes with a title and sales documents.
There are a variety of available vehicles including cars, boats, tractors, helicopters, trucks and much more. A substantial portion of the vehicles are property of insurance companies, there are also repossessed cars owned by the banks, and others are excess government owned cars.
Salvage vehicles are typically property of insurance companies due to circumstances that led its prior owner to submit a claim resulting in a settlement. Some of them are theft recovered vehicles commonly found with minimal damage; while many others have been involved in a collision, vandalized or have water damage.
You can sign up online with AutoSource for $20.00 to search through the site. Vehicles may be purchased online or in person and can be paid for using a credit card, cash, PayPal, cashier’s check or money wire. There is a 100% money back guarantee.
Many online forums and reviews have alleged that this site is a scam and stated that they were highly dissatisfied with the service or lack thereof. Individuals who had submitted a $20.00 credit card payment to access the site were essentially redirected to a basic web search.
The web search provided links to a number of rebuilder salvages and links to other sites selling insured salvage vehicles. Autosource.biz is not legit and charges money for nothing but a web search that any internet user can do for free.
17 ‘AutoSource.biz’ Reviews
Almost got taken for $25
I were about to sign up and decided to check the review on this site. Thanks to everyone who post a review, you are the regulators who help separate the good from the bad.
They almost got me!
Aug 28, 2013
I wasn't sure of this site, prices looked good for project cars. I don't believe in giving credit card info. I wanted to find out if it was legit, thus I googled reviews about site and it brought me to here. I am glad I didn't lose money on this and get taken. It is disappointing to run into this kind of scam, but now I will look elsewhere for a project car, maybe not even on web.
Be careful there is no one you will find and you will end up blaming your self that you just gave out 25$ and became jackass.
Nothing but a scam!!
Wish I would have checked it out first,just like everyone else said,you try to look at more cars,and it sends you to another site where you are required to log in!! Just a scam!! These people need to be locked up!!
Shame, Shame, Shame, class action law suite would be in order for this