Well she shouldn't have bought it in the parking lot in the first place.
If it's too good to be true, it's not true. Don't be gullible.
Buy from a reputable source.
She got exactly what she deserved.
I am surprised that she reported it to the police. She must have suspected that
it was stolen merchandise, given the cheap price and the location of the sales
pitch. Psst, psst, wanna buy an iPhone? Well, she can always get her money
back by selling it on eBay.
Gawrsh, it's too bad it turned out to be a rental car. Because rental care
companies never get ID from the renters or anything.
When has it ever been a good idea to buy stuff out of a random guy's car in
a parking lot?
Wellcome, to Utah where deals most under the table deals are done in donut
shops, but now have moved to the parking lot. And as PT Barnum put it,
There's One Borned every minute. HA,HA,HA.
What was she paying in sales tax?