We strongly recommend all our users to read and be aware of our safety warning to ensure the best experience possible while buying or selling through quickzon.com.au.
Here are some additional safety tips when meeting a stranger for the first time:
- Let your friends and family know your plans.
- Take a friend with you.
- Meet during the day in a public place with other people around.
- For added safety, ask the buyer/seller to show their personal identification before you exchange any goods/services.
- When hiring home services, ask the service provider to produce proof of qualification and relevant insurance (if applicable), before you hire.
- Have a mobile phone and be ready to call for help if needed.
- This website does not offer any sort of buyer or seller protection and/or payment programs.
- Use extra caution when dealing with more valuable transactions.
Here are some additional tips to avoid being scammed:
- Never send payment to anyone you have not met face-to-face.
- Never transfer money! Understand that transferring money is the same as sending cash and is unrecoverable.
- Avoid any deals involving shipping; face-to-face transactions are less likely to be a scam.
- Avoid any deals involving bank cheques or money orders. Cashing a fake financial instrument can be a costly mistake.
- Never buy something you haven’t seen in person. Anybody can fake a photo or description.
- Never give out your personal or financial information.
- Always verify the item's condition before payment.
- Remember that no third parties will “guarantee” or “escrow” transactions.
Your chances of being scammed will be significantly reduced if you follow one simple rule: Always deal face-to-face, in person.
- Be cautious of anyone who refuses to communicate on the telephone.
- When buying a vehicle, do a free registration check on Vehicle History Report Then for more comprehensive information, pay $22 for a vehicle history report.
Report a Scam
- You can report scams to the ACCC Indigenous Hotline on 1300 303 143.
- You can report scams to the ACCC via the SCAMwatch report a scam page or by calling 1300 795 995.