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Stay well clear, was almost enticed into buying a 2014 Focus for £4,300 from theses clowns, however, when you try to call then to discuss how it works you get a Mailbox is full message. When you email, you do get a response, sadly written by a child as the grammar is at best of a 3 year old. Was told I would have to fill in an application, then sign contracts and they would send me the payment details, once funds had been received, they would arrange delivery. Once I question this and offered Cash on delivery, to my surprise, the communication stopped... DON'T BE FOOLED... If it looks to good to be true, it normally is.
I made the mistake of paying a deposit . Can't believe I got took in. Don't go anywhere near Repo Limited.
Absolutely do not go near this place you have been warned. DONT BE A MUG AND FALL FOR THIS SCAM AT REPO LTD.
I came across repo-limited.com back in April. I t did sound too good to be true but having bought my last car from a similar site I thought I would give them a go. We did do a search with companies house and on line and at the time they seemed to be above board. I ordered a 2011 Ford Focus which as you guessed never came. Once I had paid for it they kept in touch upto the delivery day and then nothing. They are a total scam site. Do not touch with a 10ft barge pole
Be careful, they've shut repo-limited.com down and started back up as www.usedcars-shop.com
I had a very close shave and if it wasn't for my bank I would have lost a few thousand pounds. As alarm bells started to ring I did my own investigating I traced the garage who held the vehicle that I saw on Repo Limited it was one of their demo vehicles and had sold it only 3 weeks before. So I went back to Repo asking through their messaging service what I had found they couldn't answer and said they were closing down the service for half an hour. When they started up again I told them I wasn't interested. BY the way they gave me 3 different accounts to use in Southern Ireland, Bratislava & the UK. I am now looking forward to my new vehicle in September from a legal company.
I tried to reserve a Honda civic on the Repo Limited site but I am a very cautious man. When I saw you could not inspect car and had to pay first alarm bells started to ring. I tried phoning several times only to be told the phone was temporarily out of order (alarm bells again). l phoned the borough council in the area of this address and was told they had lots of complaints about this company and were investigating but not to send any money. After 2 weeks I visited the site again only to be greeted with their company (letter head) on the bottom was a logo in partnership with Barclays. I tried to inform Barclays but they did not seem interested in the fact that a very probable fraudulent company was using their name. Beware and stay away from this site.
I THOUGHT THAT "REPO-LIMITED" IN THE UK WAS A BIT DODGY AND AFTER ASKING ABOUT SEEING A VEHICLE AND PAYMENT DETAILS FROM THEM I RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING REPLIES. 1 we don't have a brick and mortar showroom, all transactions are conducted online and after receiving payment we ship the cars to the client's delivery address. After that you will have 24 hours to inspect and test drive the car. If you decide to keep it, we will unblock the funds from our agent's bank account and sign all the paperwork, if you decide not to keep it, you will get a full refund and we will take the car back. 2 Hello, We have your reservation in place please read above details: VERY IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ: When you will send the bank transfer, the bank will ask for the reason of this payment. Regardless of the way you will send the bank transfer, over the phone, from your nearest bank office, from your online account, you will be asked the reason of the transfer. You must NEVER say you you are sending the transfer for buying a car, especially a former repossessed car. The reasons you must NEVER say that you are buying a car are: 1. Transfers sent for buying cars, especially repo cars since most of the cars are won at bank auctions, undergo a security and most often the money get lost in the bank system for weeks until they reach our agents accounts. 2. We are trying to avoid some nasty taxes that will greatly increase the price of the cars we sell. When the bank will ask for the reason of the transfer you must always say you are sending money to a family member or a friend and write ONLY the vehicle code (RL3173) as reason for the transfer, do not write the name of the car, price of the car or any other information that would lead the bank the believe that you are sending a payment for a car. If you will do as we advise, the transaction will go smoothly and we will receive the bank transfer ASAP, if you decide to actually tell the bank that you are sending a bank transfer in order to buy a car, all kinds of problems will start to appear. WOULD YOU SEND THEM MONEY? NOT ME!!
RICKROCK in response to SMITH
bloooooooooooooooooooooody hell I looked at this site,i did google map it,found the place was a pub,i looked at a similar site last year.Gone!!!
I am so pleased that I stumbled upon these reviews for Repo Limited. I was interested in a 2011 Renault Grand Scenic on the Repo Limited website and was advertised for £4800, which normally goes from £6000 at other car dealerships. Strangely when I had searched for the website on Google, it sometimes showed as being under maintenance or just never opened up. As with others, I contacted them but never got a response back. I even tried to reserve the car but stopped myself when I got to the payment page. It did not feel right. I cannot understand why people can be so cruel as to reap others of their hard earned money. Thank you for these reviews.
I reserved a car from Repo Limited after finding it online and couldn't view it or anything so I tried live chat but had no response. No deposit, full payment only and free delivery? And card details just to reserve the car, this is clearly a SCAM. I phoned a reputable car trader who I have known 20 years and he saw it for what it was immediately. Thank you Blundel Car Sales for the sound advice.
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We have become very concerned by some of the articles online regarding Repo Limited and would advise our visitors to be cautious of any transaction with this business. We also found a faceboook page that may help people https://www.facebook.com/southyorkshirepolice/posts/10152711158728097.
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