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Here's how the Blast Fax works. You send a fax simultaneously to fleet managers at a number of dealerships in your area requesting quotes on the car you want to buy. Your fax describes the car — and the options — you want, and it informs them you will be buying from the lowest bidder. Let me add that this approach works only when buying a car that is readily available at a number of different dealerships. A Honda Accord or a Toyota Camry are good examples of cars you could easily buy using a Blast Fax.
The advantage of this strategy is that you don't have to negotiate in person. You can state all your terms up front and provide them with a detailed description of the car you want. The fleet managers can check their inventory before contacting you. Furthermore, this process announces ahead of time that you are shopping for the lowest price. Those dealers that refuse to be "shopped" will simply ignore the fax.
Jesus...Not a dealership. Sale of a used car between 2 private peeps, car had problems, resolved at a "civil resolution tribunal."
Search decisions for CRT claims | strata, small claims, societies & cooperative associations and vehicle accident claims | Civil Resolution Tribunaldecisions.civilresolutionbc.ca
RV Dealer Folds w/o Paying for Customers' RVs It SoldApr 16, 2023
The dealer was in Colorado and simply closed up shop. 12:38
Insurance companies are absolutely, irredeemably, FUBAR.This one's a bit different but I don't feel like starting a new thread. Seems an insurance company cancels car policy after accident.
California man is on the hook for crash damage after getting dropped over clerical errorjalopnik.com