Las Vegas, Nevada
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Automotive USA.com

United States

www.AutomotiveUSA.com

I had my Harley on the web, Automotive USA called and said they could get top dollar, much more than what I had on the web. The sales man was sleezy and said he was being taped so if there was anything he was saying that was not true it could be reviewed by his superiors. His boss or so called boss promised the world and said they sold many bikes just like mine for much more money. Kept calling and even said "as soon as your bike is listed,I "GUARANTEE IT WILL SELL"

five months later, nothing!

Now even if I sell the bike, I am down $299 more. Customer service does Not exist for the most part.

www.AutomotiveUSA.com Not going to scam ANYMORE of my money!

The salesman also gave me his personal number and said to call if I have any questions, guess what, the number goes to his automotive usa voice mail, he will not call back and customer service will not answer their phone.

automotive usa "customer service phone number"

Good Luck!

1 800 425 8716

1 877 731 3803

If this was on the up and up, why would they not talk to me?

Yes I am bitter, nothing I can do but try to get the word out to others to be very careful of this company ... "automotiveUSA"

Review about: Brokering.

Review #217608 is a subjective opinion of a user.

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do a SEARCH for AutomotiveUSA
Rossville, Georgia, United States #239968

I recently tried to find some information related to this company and struggled at first.

The web site gives no physical address, no phone number, only an option to submit text through a box called customer service (joke)

I Finally entered into Google....

"AutomtiveUSA Las Vegas"

this search ultimately lead me to ....

"AutomotiveUSA Scam" ....

JACK POT!

ALL of the down low about this company can be found be searching "automotiveUSA Scam" into Google... give it a shot and see what I mean.

Be careful of this company - often change their company name too!

BEWARE OF AUTOMOTIVEUSA.com SC
Rossville, Georgia, United States #239966

Well the first thing you would do is get a website built where you can “advertise” vehicles. This part of the process is actually pretty cheap in itself. You can simple post the required job on a freelance gig board if you dont know very slightly advanced web design yourself. They have a ton of desparados in countries like Pakistan that will do it for pennies on the dollar. Next you would have to score your prospects. The cheapest and most unethical way would be to scrape numbers off of the likes of auto trader magazine, craigslist, kijiji.com, ebay.com and other competitive sources. Then you would assign these phone numbers to auto dialers and telemarketers in a boiler room. To cover this expense and not actually have to pay anything for labour, all you have to do is make sure you pay these people on a commission only structure. So no real cost there. The only major expenses would be minimal infrastructure (telephones, booths, a few desks and computers…maybe even some crappy furniture and some ugly fake plants, a good supply of coffee, etc.). Also you would run ads to attract as many people as possible to call and recall the numbers that you scraped (ill gotten gains). Likely one of the more costy start up expenses.

Your business model would revolve around targeting folks who are not having much luck selling their cars, trucks, heavy equiptment, boats, yachts, vehicles, and suv’s at some of the best sources out there and getting them to accept the...

Naturally, being a slightly intelligent scammer you know these misdeeds will not go unnoticed. To drown out complaints from blogs, consumer advocate, and extortion sites like ripoffreport.com; you must buy various domain names with your company’s name in it and post them with almost meaningless content on the internet. This way if anyone does type your firms name in any one of a number of variations, less complaints are likely to show up in the search results.

The finer details can be figured out as you go along. Heck, you dont even have to start out as a proper business entity of any kind. Now all you have to do is wallow in cash and figure out a way to sleep at night. Thats not so difficult now is it?

Sadly, eventually, there will be someone who is uncorruptable. Who will come along and write the truth. Someone who has the know-how and fortitude to remain vigilant and ensure the truth is available for those who are willing to look for it. Someone who makes backups and promises to aid their fellow man in exposing what is not always seen by everyone for what it appears to be…least at first.

This is the lure of the use of deception to gain. A form of evil itself incarnate.

www.AutomotiveUSA.com - SCAM!

Do the right thing and confess your betrayal and usary of your fellow man. Turn yourselves in to the proper authorities and make ammends for what you have done to innocent victims and society.

www.AutomotiveUSA.com

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Sanibel, Florida, United States #238771

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AutomotiveUSA.com

Posted: 2011-01-19 by

RIPPED OFF!

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BEWARE OF Automotive USA.com!

Their NOT To they claim to be!

They recently called me from an ad I placed in craigslist, Glen was the name of the fast talking sales rep.

They dont advertise a phone number, address, etc.

there's no way to contact this...

Hummmmm
to Complaints in automotiveusa.co Las Vegas, Nevada, United States #601101

i was gonna apply for a job

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