December 2012 I was contacted by phone by a male who saw that I was selling my motorcycle on Craigslist and another website. Unfortunately I don't recall his name but he was a smooth talker, persistent and pretty convincing about this fantastic website where motorcycles, cars, RV's etc could be listed for sale along with a promise to finance any potential buyer.
I had my motorcycle listed on another reputable website to sale for a couple of months and I had only received one inquiry at the time. This salesman from Cycletradernet.com began telling me that he could list my motorcycle on their website for a one time fee of $99.99 and the listing would remain until the motorcycle sold. He also stated that most listings sell within 30 days or sometimes sooner and they provide financing for the buyer as well as pick-up and delivery of the motorcycle to where ever the buyer is located.
I was a little skeptical at first and did a little research of the website and looked for some consumer reports through the Better Business Bureau and online and didn't find anything derogatory. I was trying to sell the motorcycle as quickly as possible so I decided to give this website a chance.
I haven't received a single offer, or message through the cycletradernet.com listing from December 27, 2012 to date (April 28, 2013). As I was googling the name of the websites I came across Ripoff Report.com and saw several reports on Tradernet.com from consumers that also listed cars and motorcycles on the website and discovered that it's not what it claimed to be.
I feel that I have been Ripped Off by Cycletradernet.com and I want to warn others to be aware of this site and not spend your money on promises they obviously cannot fulfill.