• Report: #620903
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Classyauto.com - National Vehicle Marketing

  • Submitted: Wed, July 07, 2010
  • Updated: Wed, July 07, 2010

  • Reported By: 619SDBOLTS — Virginia Beach Virginia United States of America
Classyauto.com - National Vehicle Marketing
1941 s 42nd st ste 104 Internet United States of America

Classyauto.com - National Vehicle Marketing ClassyAuto.com Rip Off Company Internet

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This company charges up to $500 for a one time Ebay posting and postings on their worthless website which no one goes to. Trust me, I got duped into paying $249 for an ad i couldve have placed on autotrader for 1/3 the cost! Also, the ebay listing runs for 10 days and they jack up the price of the vehicle which of course gets very little hits--they will let you decide your own price though if you insist. You can place your own ebay ad for nothing...you only pay when you sell your vehicle. With this company they claim thier work to post it on the Ebay is worth the few hundred dollars they charge you. They even make you take the pics! My ad ran for 10 days and I got no responses and no sale! It was a nice Volvo with low miles. If you decide to cancel, too bad, they have your money. Any attempts for a refund is like pulling teeth. Once your ad goes live, its too late.

They pressure you into placing an ad with the salesman as soon as possible. In my case, they got my info from Craigslist...the salesman claimed he would win the most sales in a month and pressured me into giving my credit card information.

I learned my lesson the hard way, because I didnt want to do the work myself. Trust me, the you can place your own ads and save yourself lots of money.

Bottom line this is not a good service offered by National Vehicle Marketing. They are out to get your hard erned money with little results. Additionally, your ad will linger on their website to make it look like they have hundreds of ads on thier website. Most of those ads, the vehicles were sold by other means. they still dont take it off though.

I wound up filing a BBB complaint and a FTC complaint against this company. Look at their BBB record. Its a C-. Thats terrible because they have many complaints. Any reputable company has an A- or better.


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