In Reply to: Re: Trying to fool people with a fake M3! posted by Dave S. on January 13, 2000 at 07:30:16:
That's great! I complained to Excite last night. I hope this isn't wasting space, but I sure thought this was funny. Here is his e-mail to me when I first wrote him........ Well, as far as the car is concerned you are an amature posing as a know it
all!!! and you can forget it!! But
What I have done has contacted Excite and notified them of a threating
response and slander remarks! Upon correspondence to Excite they informed me
that you are in violation of said agreement due to the fact you have
breached the terms and conditions as a user. and because of such a violation
you may be banned from the site! as far as legalities! At this time due to
the nature of your E-mail I do have recourse!! because in the United States
the airwaves are goverened by laws protected by this type of behavior deemed
as a threat! and you are obviously a threat to society!! at this time I
have requested a locator request to attain your full name, address, and SS#.
at that time I will notify the D.A in your region along with a hard copy of
the evidence facsimiled to their office and inform them of your actions on
1/11/00 at 1:42 AM. fair warning!! You are to Cease and Desist Now!! and
never contact this site again!! If you do I will prosecute you without
with best regards I remain
So I responded.... What a joke. You are *lying* about what you are selling. An M3 is a very collectible car and you are trying to cash in on that. Maybe you bought it thinking it was an M3, and if you did, too bad you got suckered. Go check Car Fax with the VIN and you will find you have a 325i, or maybe an e.
Bottom line, it's not an M3. Send me the VIN if you are so sure, and while you're at it, look up the laws for misrepresenting a motor vehicle sale. I think you'll find *you* are the one who needs to be worried about the law.