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Old 07-01-2021, 08:56 PM   #15
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When you look at ads for vehicles for sale on places like Craigslist you often see a little note at the bottom of the ad saying something like "NO. I do NOT need any help selling this!" People like you are talking about are the reason for those notes. They are best refused or ignored.
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Old 07-12-2021, 09:34 AM   #16
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I got the same call and dug a bit deeper. This business is relatively new. Since March. They find buyers for RV, boats, cars. They have different packages for advertising and auctions. Roughly $200-$600 depending on the options. It appears in most packages the Vehicle runs on various auctions and ads until sold above the Reserve price. The actual fees for their service come out of the actual sales price. They only reach to sellers that appear to have a product of value...that can actually sell for a profit. They aren't BBB rated yet. They can be confused with "National Vehicle" where they are "National Vehicle Registry ". Thoughts?
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Good results

I listed my motorhome with National Vehicle and had responses right away. Good phone contact with them, and I liked the weekly report from them. I have been very satisfied. Would up selling to the first responder. Wish there was such an outfit to help me with selling my "84 Vette.
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