How To Buy Cheap Tokunbo Cars Without Stress

About four years ago, a friend of mine bought a fairly used Mercedez-Benz GL450 2008 for N4m.

I was surprised that he could get such a neat and classy car for that price

So, I asked him where he got it from

==> “A friend got it for me from a car dealer website” He said.


That was the first time I was hearing about it. So, I didn’t really think much about it.

Then earlier in 2018, I read an article where Vice president, Osinbajo was quoted to have said “Nigerians import $8bn worth of Tokunbo cars annually”

This proves to be a very viable business loophole.

This led me to meet with a young man who also happens to be one of my subscribers.

His name is Mr Shina Saseyi and he has been buying fairly used cars from the U.S. since 2011 and saving as much as N500,000 or more on the cars.

==> He does this via 2 companies – Copart and IAAI


It got very fascinating when he showed me pictures and documents after documents about the many cars that he has imported using his simple car buying process.

As a result, I begged him to please created a blueprint that someone can follow to do this.

But he has always been busy.

Anyway, this January 2019, he finally did it.

He created a step by step guide that walks you through the same process he has been using to import cars at lower prices since 2011.

It covers his strategy for finding cars to buy, inspecting them, shipping and customs clearing.

The blueprint is for sale at the moment.


If you are interested, click this link to get his car import blueprint at the sale price –

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