Auto Used Car PLC SCAM CAR TRADER WARNING http://autousedcar.co.uk Bad smell? Something fishy on the Isle of Man? Maybe it's Auto Used Car PLC? Quick web search: Trustworthiness rank is -1 (minus 1) In comparison, Site Jabber is plus 90. Big warning! Domain name: autousedcar.co.uk Registrant: jane denyer Registrant type: Unknown Registrant's address: Cirencester road cheltenham GL53 8DB United Kingdom Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. URL: http://www.godaddy.com Registrar: Key-Systems GmbH [Tag = KEY-SYSTEMS-DE] URL: http://www.Key-Systems.net Relevant dates: Registered on: 23-Feb-2011 Renewal date: 23-Feb-2013 Last updated: 23-Feb-2011 Registration status: Registered until renewal date. Name servers: ns67.domaincontrol.com ns68.domaincontrol.com www.autousedcar.co.uk seems to be almost identical to scam car sales website Ioofmausedcar.com which was identified by many Site Jabber reviews and has since been removed. (Check the Site Jabber reviews on ioofmausedcar.com) Same hype, same explanation of how they buy and sell 'reposessed'cars at amazing prices. Same reluctance to allow you to inspect the vehicles. Same demand that you transfer cash direct… Also, here, they are claiming to be a PLC (Publicly Limited Company). Now, getting PLC status is quite difficult – and I suspect falsely claiming PLC status may be breaking even more trading laws than just stealing money from gullible customers. Hopefully the police and trading standards will take an even closer interest in these people. Now, can I find any reference to a PLC called 'Auto Used Car PLC'? No? How odd! Google their address – only one hit – which comes back to their brand new website. Strange. Google map the address – go to satellite – no sign of a large used car operation. Stranger. Look at Site Jabber reviews – an onslaught of fantastic reviews – mostly on the same day, and just a couple of weeks since the website domain was purchased. Truly amazing! (They have someone working for them who knows how to work Google SEO ranking system so they are not all dummies) Just for fun I took a paragraph from their 'about us' page and flew it through www.plagium.com What a surprise – six hits, ALL FROM SCAM AUTO TRADERS. Now, isn't that a coincidence? People, the smell of bad fish from this bunch is so strong, I'd gag if I got any closer. Best advice – avoid like the plague. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!See critical reviews
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