SAFETY AND FRAUD CENTER websites provide advertising for sellers of vehicles, both recreational and commercial, from private parties and dealers. Any information in an advertisement or communications with a seller is provided by the seller.

1. Fraud Awareness Guidelines

Knowledge and awareness are the best defense to prevent fraud. Online shopping is convenient and easy. Most buyers and sellers are honest, but occasionally an unscrupulous person will use the Internet to attract a victim. Don't be a victim!

Please be aware that and its affiliate websites:

  • WILL NEVER ask you for your password or PIN!
  • DO NOT own, buy or sell items listed on our website
  • DO NOT participate in transactions between buyers and sellers in any way
  • DO NOT give instructions on how or where to send in payments.
  • DO NOT offer vehicle shipping or warehousing services.
  • DO NOT provide warranties or inspections of all items.
  • DO NOT ask for personal or financial information via email.

Knowledge for Staying Safe Online

Passwords, PINs, and Usernames

  • Never give out your usernames, passwords, or PINs to anyone.
  • Always make sure they are a combination of letters and numbers.
  • Change them as frequently as you can, and don't use the same pins or password for different accounts.
  • REMEMBER – Traderonline (or its affiliated websites) will NEVER ask for your password or PIN.


Email Attachments

  • Be cautious about opening email attachments. Always make sure you scan them with anti-virus software first. Do not click on links within unsolicited email.
  • Do not click links inside an email you do not know is legitimate, even if it is sent from someone you know. Viruses are often hidden in seemingly harmless programs that people share for fun. Because many viruses make use of peoples' address books, you may receive virus emails from people you know.
  • Contact the sender to make sure the email is legitimate, and scans it carefully. Avoid having email programs set to preview email, as this can open a virus email before you have a chance to scan it.


Anti-Virus Software/Anti-Spyware and Firewalls

  • Protect your computer by using the most updated versions of anti-virus software to scan your system and e-mail for malicious viruses.
  • Use anti-spyware or adware programs to remove programs that track your Internet activity.
  • Use a firewall to make your computer invisible to outside attackers.
  • A firewall is especially critical if you have your computer on a cable or DSL Internet connection that is constantly connected to the Internet.


Security Updates for Operating Systems/Browsers

  • Make sure to download, and install security updates for all browsers and operating systems in use on your computer frequently.
  • Keeping browser versions up-to-date is critical to computer security, and proper functionality of the latest security elements used in Internet e-commerce.

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