I was contacted by National Automotive Marketing out of Omaha Ne to help me sell my 1988 Rolls Royce and they told me they can check out their website and they would place me on ebays auction until it sold for only $399.
I was told that they make all their money on the financing and shipping once my vehicle sold. I asked what is the average time to sell a car, they said 6-8 weeks but they would list it until it sold even if it took a year. I said I need to sell both my Austin Martin, Bentley, and Rolls Royce ASAP.
They said here is what we are willing to due let us have a credit card number we will not charge it unless your car sales. That is more than fair isnt it. I said ok I can do that won't cost me a thing unless they sell my car then it would be worth it and they would get $399 when my car sold. Next thing I know my card was charged and they did not have my 3 digit security code but they charged my card anyway. I thought by not allowing them my security code on my credit card they could not charge it. But they know how to charge your card and then when you dispute it they send all these legal forms and things saying you signed when I signed nothing, it was all done over the phone. then they charge you again when you dispute for $369 and a month later $299.
If you want to get screwed by these scam artist give them your information and when you realize the only thing they sold was for you to pull out a credit card so they can make money over and over and over. Now I have to dispute again. The reason I chose them was I did not have the time to sell the car.
With all the time I have spent with the crap from these people I could have sold the car myself with alot less headaches and would have sold by now. So, not I'm out over $1069.00. Wow, I thought one time charge until sold ment that but in my case no charge until sold. Well, my car has never received an offer and I am out $1069.00 because I believed them and gave them my credit card.
RUN...RUN...RUN...RUN...RUN............WHEN THEY CALL YOU!!!!!!