Don’t Give Out Personal Information
Your safety is important you must be cautious at all times when dealing with someone who is not part of your home. When speaking to individuals online, it’s important to be cautious when giving out your data. Never give out your BVN or bank card details.
Note: CarBook9JA customer service team will never ask for your identification, passwords, or banking details.
Meet in Person Before Paying
Don’t make payments until after you’ve met them in person and had a chance to inspect the item/ service offered. We recommend that you meet during the day in a busy, public location like a restaurant or petrol station.
Choose Safe Payment Methods
Many forms of money transfer can be faked or are hard to reverse should anything go wrong. If you can’t use cash, use safer methods such as bank deposits.
Trust Your Gut, Your Safety is Important.
Sometimes a sale or transaction just seems off. If anything isn’t feeling right with you, you can walk away. You are not obligated to follow through with a transaction even if you’ve already agreed to a price or rate.
Your safety is more important than what may look like a good deal.
Do Your Home Work on the Company
If you’re buying an item, get to know what normally comes with it and make sure that all the parts you’ll need are complete. For high-valued parts or items, it’s also important to know what replicas / fake looks like and how to tell if it’s original.
If you’re looking into a service or anything offered by a business, look up the company online or read reviews left by previous buyers. Make sure that their address and phone number matches their CarBook9JA profile.
When dealing with any CB9JA member, you can check if they have followed our terms and condition in doing business with you. Please visit our terms and conditions here
External Safety Tips
You should feel free to visit the Nigerian Police Force here
You can also read up on safety tips on how to manage your transactions especially when it comes to dealing with a new business entity. We have provided an information from one of the major banks in Nigeria, GTB bank. Please read up on their safety tips here