The Internet has certainly made some things easier.
But it has also presented many new challenges.
Chad Brown sold his vehicle to Car Cannibal in Oklahoma City in October. He found the business on-line after searching for options to sell his vehicle. Going in to March, he has yet to receive payment for it.
I understand Brown’s plight, and so does the owner of Car Cannibal, according to his remarks below.
It took several phone calls and emails to finally get comments from the business owner, but when he finally contacted me through email, he told a side of the story we wouldn’t have otherwise known.
There have been many problems over the last two to three years with my business and I take full responsibility for those issues. I am committed to completing this and have put everything I have into it. I am unsure how a story will us affect us now …a more appealing story could read how a struggling small Oklahoma business pulled itself out of turmoil despite economic uncertainties.
But anyone can learn from Chad’s story. Do your homework, especially if you are doing business with a company that isn’t nearby. Also, check the Better Business Bureau and see if there are local agencies that regulate the business.