Cash for Cars Market Place in Las Vegas Established by MotoBucks

February 22, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - MotoBucks, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, has announced that they have established cash for cars Las Vegas marketplace. Any motor vehicle in any condition can be sold or bought through this marketplace. This allows anyone to list any vehicle for free by simply using the phone. Cash buyers are ready to pay the best possible price for unwanted vehicles fast. Potential buyers can sign up for free and have access to car sellers who just want to get rid of their particular vehicle as fast as possible.

Raymond Adray, a spokesperson for MotoBucks, says, “We’re happy to announce that we have established a marketplace where car buyers and car sellers can meet and those who own unwanted cars can sell their vehicle through an auction. The motor vehicle for sale can be wrecked vehicles, parts vehicles, fixer uppers, scrap vehicles, drivable vehicles, project vehicles, vehicles left behind, trade in vehicles from dealerships, unwanted vehicles, or any vehicle in any condition.”

The process has three basic steps. The first step is for the unwanted car owner to list the motor vehicle on the MotoBucks marketplace. Once a particular motor vehicle has been listed, it will immediately become available for bidding to thousands of interested car buyers of all types in the local area. This local bidding war for a specific vehicle is the second step. The third step occurs when the auction winner pays cash to the vehicle owner upon inspection for the winning bid price. Right after the sale is completed, the buyer and seller will complete the transaction within 24 hours. For car sellers the steps are to: list it, sell it, and say goodbye. For car buyers, the steps are to: find it, buy it, and pick it up with buyer's guarantee.

MotoBucks lists the cars for sale on its site, indicating the latest bid price for each vehicle and how long that car has been on the list. Examples of cars on the list include a 2008 Ford Edge, 2002 Buick Lesabre, 2003 Mercedes Benz C230, 2004 Ford Explorer, 2003 Buick Century, 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible, 1990 Ford Bronco, 2004 Saab 9-3 aero, 2019 Honda Civic, 2019 Honda Accord, 2018 Honda Accord, 2006 Nissan Maurano, and more.

Raymond Adray explains that MotoBucks is an online marketplace to sell or buy unwanted/junk vehicle, boat, motorcycle or aircraft fast in Henderson or North Las Vegas, Nevada. This marketplace puts buyers and sellers together in a real auction-like setting. Vehicle owners will take a photo of their unwanted vehicle and list it on the online marketplace. This gives them access to bodyshops, local used car dealerships, salvage yards, and private buyers who are likely to bid on the vehicle.

Vehicle owners can simply hit the sell button at the top of the MotoBucks home page, set up an account, and follow the instructions. This allows them to list their vehicle fast, for free, and easily. The auction winner will then contact the sellers, make a cash payment, and pick up the vehicle.

For those who want to buy a vehicle, they will need to select a category or vehicle that they want to buy and then place bids for a particular vehicle. The highest bidder wins once an auction ends or if the buyer offers a “steal the deal” price to buy it at once. In some cases, the car seller may have set a hidden minimum price, which is called the reserve price. This particular price has to be met before the vehicle can be sold. And once the reserve price has already been met, the car will go to the highest bidder. The one who wins the bid or “steals the deal” and has made the 10 percent or $25 buyers fee payment will get an invoice. On this invoice is the contact information of the seller and pick up information.

Those who are interested in the marketplace for selling cars for cash can visit the MotoBucks website https://www.motobucks.com/ or contact them on the phone or through email.

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