Car Price Guides - Webuyanycar.com
What is Webuyanycar.com?
Webuyanycar.com is a bit different to other online price guides offering a a free car valuation. Unlike sites that will value your car, webuyanycar.com will buy it off you too (subject to a number of terms and conditions...)
How does Webuyanycar.com work?
The Webuyanycar.com website works using a three-step process. Initially, the seller visits the website for a free provisional valuation. This is done by entering the registration number and confirming the details that are returned: manufacturer, model, trim level, year, engine size and transmission type, e.g. manual or automatic.
If you don't have the registration, you can select the same criteria through a series of drop-down menus. Following that, the mileage and number of owners is entered and you'll have to offer-up other details such as whether it has a full service history. You're then presented with a provisional valuation that assumes it has at least four weeks remaining on its MoT, is in good condition, hasn't been written off and doesn't have finance outstanding. You also have to confirm that the car hasn't been used as a private hire cab, for driving instruction or by the police. You then have the option of correcting this information, reporting faults and putting any mistakes right.
This is where other price guides such as Parkers, Autotrader & PriceAnyCar.com come in. Use these price guides to double-check the valuation you have been give by webuyanycar.com. It's vital, as is researching any other costs, such as the £49.99 transaction fee.
Once you have done your research, and assuming the valuation is acceptable, you need to take the car to one of webuyaycar.com's branches. That's where the car will tested and checked to make sure it matches the information that you've provided online. The seller must present two forms of identification to prove who they are and one of them must be photographic, like a passport or driving licence. Webuyanycar.com will also need the registration certificate, service history and MOT certificates. You must also have a letter from the finance company finance provider confirming the settlement figure if there is a loan on the car outstanding. Following that, and if everything is satisfactory, the seller completes the transaction. Payment is made via bank transfer within four working days. Should you need the cash quickly, you can be paid the next working day for an additional fee of £24.75.
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