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Re: selling car advice (ot) (archive)

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Posted by Bob ///M3 on April 27, 2000 at 08:06:24:

In Reply to: selling car advice (ot) posted by pkts on April 27, 2000 at 00:06:43:

I'm not familar with this company ( or any other company like it but I can't imagine them offering you a fair price for your car. I would suspect they would offer you a goodly percentage below its wholesale value.

Now if you needed the money real quick to pay off a loan shark that was threatening to kill you.....

Those types of places usually feed off people's needs for quick money that are in debt, have no assets, have bad credit, etc., etc.

Like I said, I may be wrong because I'm not familar with these places but that's my opinion of them. Please feel free to set me straight if you find out differently.

I think you would be much better served trading with a local dealership.

Bob ///M3

: I'm considering selling my car and buying a m3 or 328. I was considering selling it thru www.cash4your . Has anyone had any experience with this site. I'm not advertising for it or anything, just want some advice. Thanks

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