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May sell my car today, and the buyer wants to know if it's Terryville to give me a personal check since the banks are closed. He lives an hour away and isn't available to come back this week. It's also a 70 year old man who seems honest. I was thinking I could take the check, and then overnight him the title once the check clears.. or something along those lines. Should this be ok given these circumstances?
Say goodbye to your car. Age doesn't mean honesty. Have him wait until he can pay cash.
No. A 70 year old man who seems honest and has enough money in the bank to purchase the car could have planned ahead by withdrawing enough money when the banks were open. Since he lives an hour away, why don't you make arrangements for a ride home once you drive the car to him and his open bank sometime this week to do the transaction properly.
Its never a good idea to give your car away without getting cash. Holding the title, if you could, would help reduce your risk but there would still be risk. And that's risk you aren't being compensated for. Accept a cash deposit to hold the car until Tuesday. While odds are the mans check is good, its still not a good position to put yourself in. Unless you think "court months from now, winning & then never collecting is a good outcome.
NO WAY. Have him give you 10% of the selling price in CASH, to hold it. Then when he comes back with the difference with a CASHIERS/BANK check, you sign off on the title.
Too risky, Rolf. Cash only. Or, at least a banker's cashier check. Do not accept a personal check. Period.
If he wants the car he'll find a way to bring you cash.
No way no chashe no care