- Best and Worst Resale Values: Find out which vehicles retain the most value.
- Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles: Find out how used-car certification works.
- How to Buy a Used Car: Get details on what educated buyers look for in used cars.
- Kelley Blue Book: The price guide used by the auto industry; look up the value of any used car or truck from 1984 through the present model year.
- Negotiating With Car Dealers: Get selling tips by learning what dealers know.
- Options: Vehicles Made to Order: Which options will add resale value to your car? And which ones should you leave at the showroom?
- Sell It Yourself: Advertise and sell your car on Cars.com.
- Used Cars for Sale: Search thousands of dealer and private-party listings in more than 25 metropolitan markets.
- ALG : Find residual values for all vehicles and models.
- CarFax: Learn if your vehicle passes a Lemon Check, has been salvaged or was used as a rental car with CarFax Vehicle History Services.
- Cars of Particular Interest Value Guide: Search values for special-interest or collectible cars.
- Consumer Sentinel: Get advice from this international law enforcement fraud-fighting program.
- Escrow.com: Secure your transactions with this online escrow service.
- European Anti-Fraud Office: Get help if you're a victim of fraud in Europe.
- Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.: Find advice on how to avoid being the victim of a scam or counterfeit check problem.
- Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Consumer Protection: Contact this agency if you've been victimized by fraud.
- Hemmings Motor News: Find values for special-interest or collectible cars.
- National Association of Attorneys General: Find a list of all 50 state attorney general offices. Contact the consumer protection division to report fraud.
- National Automobile Dealers Association: Find retail used-car values.
- National Consumers League: Get tips on using escrow services online.
- National Fraud Information Center: Find information about internet and telemarketing fraud.
- U.S. Department of Justice: Contact the Internet Fraud Division if you've been victimized.
- U.S. Postal Service: Use the Mail Fraud Complaint Form to report frauds committed via U.S. mail.
- U.S. Secret Service: Get information on check and currency scams from the Counterfeit Division.
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