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shipping my bike to Vegas?

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    shipping my bike to Vegas?


    Someone sent me a email, asking me if my bike is still for sale, asking pics, and also if I would ship to Vegas...help me here?

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    shipping my bike to Vegas?

    yeah but I mean...how do you do that? He pays me first and then I ship the bike?

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    shipping my bike to Vegas?

    1) He pays you for bike + shipping cost (if you have to pay the shipper). (certified bank check or paypal only)
    2) You sign the title and send him the title via tracked shipping method insured for the value of the bike(UPS/FedEx)
    3) He arranges with shipping company for details of shipping
    4) You bring bike to shipper

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    shipping my bike to Vegas?

    I don't have the title...Kawasaki financed....does it make a difference?

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    shipping my bike to Vegas?

    You'll need to get the title to send to him. So he'll have to pay you, you pay off bike and get title (could take a month), then send him the title, etc...

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    shipping my bike to Vegas?

    whenever i have sold anything with a lien on it, i had the buyer send the full purchase amount to the bank that held the lein. I called them to let em know it was coming.

    -then the buyer gets the title directly
    -i got the balance over amount owed paid to me by a bank instead of a stranger
    -the buyer never has to know what i owed on it, the bank wouldnt disclose that to that buyer in my experience, only to you.
    -bank assumes risk/clears check from buyer

    its always worked out great for me to do it that way and the buyer is usually reassured that they arent getting scammed.

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