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Old 06-14-2004, 07:10 AM   #1
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Bids on new and used repossessed and fleet vehicles start as low as
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Old 06-14-2004, 08:16 AM   #2
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Has anyone ever tried these types of sites. I kinda wanna sign up for it because i am in the market for a m3...are most of these cars in mint condition or are they salvaged and need some repair or maintnance..let me know it seems pretty interesting
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Old 06-14-2004, 08:39 AM   #3
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this is so BS it shows on the free site a search ..where you type in the cars and they show them in there inventory..then you go click bid once you pay the $35 and itbrings you to a whole bnuch of links and stuff...how do i get to all the listings through the website
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Old 06-14-2004, 09:06 AM   #4
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Jroz did you pay the 35.oo?
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Old 06-14-2004, 02:18 PM   #5
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Lolz!!! You can't .. It is BS. They make you pay and then you have to look for them and you can look for hours and wont fing anything...... Sucks
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Old 06-15-2004, 12:05 AM   #6
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Old 06-17-2004, 09:54 AM   #7
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damnt this is such $hit..i paid it and have not stopped contacting the place to get my money back or help out and no response. Someone throw this scammer of this site....i knew it was fake once i searched for cars in my area once and came up with 256 cars, then refreshed and did it again and there was like 300....


should i call my credit card company or anythin..its not showing up in unbilled activity or anythin yet
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Old 06-17-2004, 10:55 AM   #8
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you might want to contact kigo to get your money back since I bet he owns the site. You'll see this type of stuff on autotrader all the time.
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Hey i dont know if you have read this post, but i got this service a few weeks ago and i feel its a total scam. I basically paid $35 for nothing but links to other sites which are easily found on search engines like yahoo and hotbot. Plus these links do have sales however every single one is not even near my area, and require logins and registration fee's. before when it was free there was a broswer that showed about 350 bmw's in my area. After searching i reloaded the page and it changed from 350 to like 280 in a matter of a minute. I havent even used the serivce and i am contacting you to know that i would like my money back.

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basically what he is saying is true...but i do not know about the site

Many used car dealers get their cars from leases that have ended. We can get you a better deal then a dealership so if you want since your not far we could help you work something out.

I actually just got my m3 w/ a ton of ACS parts for a steal, putting my 330 on the lot actually to try and get rid of it after all the stock stereo wiring is back in

:edit: forgot to mention, w/ salvage cars, for the resell of them its not even worth it after teh time and money put in, sometimes you need to wait for a rebuilt title to even register them, I would say only go for clean titles that need minor or no work

just a suggestion
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basically what he is saying is true...but i do not know about the site

Many used car dealers get their cars from leases that have ended. We can get you a better deal then a dealership so if you want since your not far we could help you work something out.

I actually just got my m3 w/ a ton of ACS parts for a steal, putting my 330 on the lot actually to try and get rid of it after all the stock stereo wiring is back in

:edit: forgot to mention, w/ salvage cars, for the resell of them its not even worth it after teh time and money put in, sometimes you need to wait for a rebuilt title to even register them, I would say only go for clean titles that need minor or no work

just a suggestion
thanks for the suggestion, i probably would only go for clean titles...where in NYC are you, i work in the city during the week and am in CT on the weekends. Im looking to get an e36 m3 or somethin like itmaybe a m roadster in july or auguest the latest. let me know..are you in the car business or just making suggestions

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why would you do that when "Kigo" has only 1 post???? That sounded like horse **** after the 4th word.
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thanks for the suggestion, i probably would only go for clean titles...where in NYC are you, i work in the city during the week and am in CT on the weekends. Im looking to get an e36 m3 or somethin like itmaybe a m roadster in july or auguest the latest. let me know..are you in the car business or just making suggestions

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I am actually in the car business, I hope i am even allowed to say that on this board (i always try to say minimal bc of all those sponsor policies) I was actually thinking of becoming a sponsor for parts but already enough sponsors, rather have everything based in nyc.

We have 2 car lots in brooklyn and a car shop in Queens. Starting "south beach car wash" soon with a bunch of hot chicks in bikinis hopefully

too bad you didnt want the e36 m3 last year, we had a 97 w/ like 35k miles with brand new mint paint job we let go for real cheap

anyway you can hit me up if you are interseted in a car, we can do a special order if you are serious
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helloe kigo here

i dunno what all the fuss is about. Have you you gone through the site properly and slowly?
I am an affiliate for that website and i have sold close to 200 memberships to the website in about 4 months with about 10 people having problems and getting refunds. Some people just have other reasons for signing up not looking for a car to buy.
Secondly the affiliate program is run by clickbank.com so if you go to that website (clickbank.com) with details of the payment they will be more then happy to reverse your credit card charge.
However please refrain from telling tall tales about what is a fantastic service.
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thanks for posting back...well i would like to see if i could actually use this service in a positive way...i think its just very misleading...The search engine on the site shows all these cars i can bid on...and then when i go through all of your links, and i mean ALL the auto links..i find one if im lucky which is not even discounted...i found a 323ci with like 67k miles for about 18k..not so amazing. Is there anyway to look at those cars that are shown in the non member area, or are those not for real?

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