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CW5DJSRES

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BREENW, when I was looking for my MH, I looked at RV Trader on line all the time. Seem to find a better quality of pictures and information on that web site. Purchased my Tiffin 34XB from that site


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What if a first-time buyer is buying a Used RV? The process for that does not sound simple at all.

I have financing on a 50k 4 slide-out Fleetwood Excursion '06 M39L. The seller is using Amazon Simple pay and needs me to wire transfer funds through Amazon for a 5 day inspection period upon delivery. At which point if I agree to the sale the funds will be dispersed.

How does this work if I have financing? Has anyone been through Amazon Simple Pay for secure wire transactions?

Should I find a broker to help me with this?

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Judgejulius015 wrote:

What if a first-time buyer is buying a Used RV? The process for that does not sound simple at all.

I have financing on a 50k 4 slide-out Fleetwood Excursion '06 M39L. The seller is using Amazon Simple pay and needs me to wire transfer funds through Amazon for a 5 day inspection period upon delivery. At which point if I agree to the sale the funds will be dispersed.

How does this work if I have financing? Has anyone been through Amazon Simple Pay for secure wire transactions?

Should I find a broker to help me with this?


Are you sure that they will not disperse funds before you give the ok, their web site does not say that they do that with simple pay, it just gives the seller a way of giving you quick access to the simple pay function. I would not wire any money before inspecting the RV and then I would do the transfer at a bank when I see a clear title. There are too many things that can go wrong with a wired payment in advance of the deal being finalized. Here is what Amazon says about Simple Pay:

What Is Amazon Simple Pay?

Amazon Simple Pay is a set of payment-only products that allows your customers to use the payment information in their Amazon accounts as a payment method. If you don't need Amazon's end-to-end checkout pipeline but still want to enable your customers to use their payment information already on file at Amazon, use Amazon Simple Pay.
Amazon Simple Pay provides a way to easily accept Amazon Payments on your website. All that is required to integrate is some basic knowledge of HTML.
You can accept payments in one of two ways:
Offer an Amazon Simple Pay button that users click to send you money using Amazon Payments.
Offer Amazon Payments as payment method on your payment page.
Amazon Simple Pay Standard is an easy way to add these methods to your website. When you add the Amazon Simple Pay Standard Button, your customers can pay either by clicking an Amazon Simple Pay Standard button or by selecting Amazon Payments as their payment method.

Your lender should be able to help you with this deal.

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My husband and I just signed papers for a new motorhome. I will be bringing the check list with me when we pick it up. Sounds like we did a good job researching and selecting the rig. Thanks for the vote of confidence.

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Hi all,
Well I am delaying my first time purchase till next year for a Class A.
We decided trying to get all our debts cleared up this year.
My daughter goes to UT in Austin so getting expensive HaHa!
I look forward to getting help from you all in the meantime to get a good RV education.
At 56 I am an old timer in some circles but here maybe not. [emoticon]
Thanks in advance for any help.
I like the folks at PPL so far so I will probably buy from them.

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Hi,
We have just decided to get our RV but we have selected Used 2008 Jayco Select 14 HW. Well the condition of the RV is good and right now we can only this RV only. Is this is a good deal or should I search for any other better option

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Finally we have Class C - 1600 AS 450HP Toter Sport Deck from autoboss and its really very good deal for us,feeling very happy as it exactly hat i want.

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Im trading off my 2012 ram 2500 mega cab and picking up a 2002 country coach magna 37 foot with triple slides a tag axle with 505hp cat motor.i guess country coach didn't make many this short with 3 slides and 505 hp but I cant find much info about it.
Im having my mid life crisis at 33 years old.

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Just bought our first motor home today!!! Well, we did have a 1960 Shasta pull behind for a few years :-) We are pretty exctited - a 2004 Monaco Monarch SE. Can't wait to get out on the road!

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OK! At 70 I continue to try new things. My first RV! A 1995 Georgie Boy Pursuit. In great shape with low mileage and the right price. Going through reams of documentation. Have owners manual and all accessories. But do not have the "Chassi Operators Manual" which I assume provides all the info on the engine, drive train, etc. and the service/maintenance of same. HELP!!

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