The car was purchased originally for me, and now I changed my mind, and decided not to transfer the title to my name as it would make buyers feel more secure buying from a dealer. I'm no dealer or salesperson. Just helping my friend unload a car that I decided I did not want after asking him to purchase it for me.
Stop making assumptions and making this more complicated... Are you trying to tarnish my image because of all the times you got flamed for trying to sell your dealer cars online? Take it easy and thanks for your advice
I'm being truthful and thats all the buyer needs to know.
Do you hear that sound? That's the sound of someone digging themselves in deeper.
Look, I hope you sell your car, I really do. I am giving you advice on how to avoid the exact situation you are now in. And you're continuing to disregard not only mine, but everyone else's, advice. Where is the VIN#? You continue to say it's a private sale and your car, but it was only bought on 2/18 and you do not have a title in your name. You either are a private seller with a title in your name, or you're not. If everyone knew you, then maybe the situation you're describing would go over better, and it could very well be true. But you're new, and you're saying it's your car when in fact, on paper, it's not.
You are a new member and have 10 posts and while you are likely not a thief/scammer, you were not 100% truthful about the car originally and are now trying to 'back into' it.
Just stop, delete, start over, and you're done. All this does, answering each reply, being defensive, sarcastic, etc is prolongs the inevitable. I don't care about being flamed, and I'm not trying to tarnish your image. I am trying to help you sell your car if you could just acknowledge you did not go about it the right way and are now in a hole here.
No one is out to get you, really. All you have to do it start over and be very accurate in your post (and some better pictures would not hurt either!).