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Don't Commit Insurance Fraud

Joseph Coupal - Monday, January 27, 2014

You just made your last payment on your 2009 Honda CRV and its got 100,000 miles so you try to save a few bucks and you dropped collision coverage. The next day, you come out to get in your car and it's been side-swiped and it's no longer drivable. Talk about bad luck! You weren't even driving it??? You are gonna lose your car now because you can't afford to fix your car, it will cost thousands of dollars. What will you do?

Whatever you do, don't commit insurance fraud. The temptation to call your insurance company and reinstate your collision coverage will cross your mind – don't do this! Its illegal and there are stiff penalties including jail time for committing insurance fraud.

Take a look at the trends for insurance fraud by clicking here...

Don't commit insurance fraud, you can sell your wrecked vehicle and get some cash for a new car. In fact, your wrecked vehicle is probably worth a whole lot more than you think it is! Selling a damaged vehicle is easy if you call DamageMAX. DamageMAX, pays the MAX for any wrecked, damaged or inoperable vehicle. We go anywhere and if we buy your vehicle, we will tow it away for free!

If you dropped your insurance coverage and your car has been in an accident, call damageMAX.com for immediate cash for your damaged vehicle. We buy any car, anywhere!

Call (888) 629-2137 or visit www.damagemax.com for an instant, no hassle cash offer on your vehicle.

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Is My Car Totaled?

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Here is a great article that was featured on Bankrate.com and Foxbusiness.com that provides guidance to consumers that may have a total loss vehicle.

Great advice…but what if your vehicle is not a total loss? How do you know if your vehicle qualifies for a total loss? Most of the time the consumer has no say in this matter and your insurance adjuster makes decisions behind the scenes and sends you an email or calls you later to avoid confrontation. Many states have a total loss threshold or a formula the insurance company uses to decision a vehicle for total loss payout. You can find a guide to your state's total loss methodology here.

If you are being told by your insurance company that your wrecked vehicle is not a total loss and you don't want it back - you can sell it as-is and keep your repair check. Most people think a wrecked vehicle is junk – THIS IS NOT THE CASE. In fact, your damaged vehicle is probably worth hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars just for what's left of it–significantly more if it can be rebuilt and sold again.

If you want to sell your wrecked vehicle, DamageMAX.com is the place to come and find out how it can be done. DamageMAX.com is the leading buyer of damaged, wrecked and crashed vehicles of all types. We buy anything from a Rollover to a Range Rover and have purchased vehicles from $65 - $65,000.

If you read the article we shared from FoxBusiness.com they emphasized the need for an educated decision. You really can't make one without knowing what your wreck is worth "as-is", so call DamageMAX.com for a value on your wrecked vehicle.

Call (888) 629-2137 or visit DamageMAX.com for a free quote.

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