If you've read my initial blog on vehicle title skipping, you already have a glimpse of what title skipping is. Adding to that thought; in this post, I'm going to highlight those who create title skipping, red flags to look for in title skipping and how to protect yourself from title skipping.
Creators of Auto Title Skipping
Creators of auto title skipping are those who either do so directly or indirectly. In a sense, you have those who create title skipping intentionally or those who do so by mistake or simply a lack of knowledge. Let's examine the two cases:
A. Intentional Title Skipping:
Individuals who sell vehicles and or pass titles along with the intent to defraud with either a title being present or absent, and or a case in which the title hasn't been transferred properly. Examples are:
B. Unintentional Title Skipping:
Individuals who title skip with no intention on title skip with no intention to defraud. In this case a title may or may not be present; and the title may or may not be transferred properly. Examples are:
Note: Regardless of the action; intentional or unintentional, title skipping is illegal and can place one in the hot seat with DMV and law enforcement.
Red Flags of Auto Title Skipping
Being proactive with auto title skipping issues is important. Some red flags to be aware of are:
How to Protect Yourself From Auto Title Skipping
To avoid becoming a victim of title skipping, the following are tips that you should adhere to:
Note: Legit dealers are only authorized to do deals at their legal place of business only.
If you are involved in a title skipping situation, Wisdom & Authority Title Solutions LLC is able to provide you with the guidance and consultation necessary for your situation.
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