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Ragerover



Member Since: 02 Feb 2011
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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Autobiography 4.2 SC V8 Zambezi Silver
Waste of time

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221225654971


Saw this at weekend nice car did a deal then the clown tells me they owe mor on car than car is worth and can't afford to clear finance
80 wasted petrol and a day wasted.

Needs a bit of work too

Post #189497 20th May 2013 9:22pm
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DTaylor



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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Vogue SE 4.4 V8 Chawton White

sorry to hear. you should have told her she should have paid the car off before buying hats like that, hope you find a better one for same money

Post #189499 20th May 2013 9:35pm
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BrianC



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Always recommend doing a Hpi check before viewing

Post #189500 20th May 2013 9:37pm
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djmac909



Member Since: 17 Mar 2013
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United Kingdom 2014 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Santorini Black

Sell the plate... L405 S/C Autobiog

Post #189502 20th May 2013 9:42pm
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Ragerover



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Autobiography 4.2 SC V8 Zambezi Silver

Ythe hat I love it ha ha Rolling with laughter

Plate was already off
Yep should have hpi'd. Before i travelled My fault

Post #189507 20th May 2013 10:01pm
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dave699



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England 2007 Range Rover Vogue SE TDV8 Stornoway Grey

At least the seller told you!
You'd have probably checked anyway I suppose.
The 'perfect one' will turn up. 
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Post #189508 20th May 2013 10:02pm
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mzplcg



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United Kingdom 2014 Range Rover Vogue SE SDV8 Corris Grey

djmac909 wrote:
Sell the plate...


Might get a bit more if you sold the wench in the picture. Whistle

Nice motor and not a lot of money either.

Post #189535 21st May 2013 6:26am
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Bellini



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That FF has been for sale for quite some time. Si. <This is my name.

I eat rat poison.

A man ain't truly been insulted until he stands buck naked in front of a woman and she didn't even notice. Or care.

Post #189539 21st May 2013 6:43am
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ebajema



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New Zealand 2010 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Galway Green

Can someone explain what that means, can't clear finance so can't sell the car ?? MY 2010 5.0 SC Galway green and sand interior!!
Have the Faultmate MSV2 Extreme to be tinkering with the settings etc. !!

Post #189550 21st May 2013 8:26am
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Ragerover



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Autobiography 4.2 SC V8 Zambezi Silver

as the car is on finance they cannot legally sell the car as they are technically not the owner

the deal is they phone up and get a settlement figure, either clear the finance and sell the car or i offered to clear the finance and give them the difference in cash
they owed 16k on finance and did not have the money to pay the difference between whet i agreed and the 16k
so now the only option to them is keep the car and keep up the payments or let the finance company repossess the car if they cant afford the repayments.
when you HPI a car ..... which i should have done before traveling they will tell you finance is owing but not how much.... data protection i think.

i will be more careful next time before i travel

i read a case years ago where a guy advertised his car for sale with finance owing ( cant remember how much but say 10k)
the buyer agrees a price ( say 15k) agrees to pay 5k to the guy and 10k to the finance company.
the buyer pays 10k to the finance company prior to paying the seller. and gets an email from the finance company saying that the car is now clear.
seller changes his mind so now has a clear car
police get involved but class it as a civil matter so buyer has to take seller to court for the 10K ( which he doesn't have)
I know what i would do but your still 10k out of pocket

Post #189556 21st May 2013 8:51am
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Gazellio @ Prestige Cars



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Always best to be in possession of the car before clearing the finance. Also make sure you have spoken directly with finance company to check that the balance is correct and that a payment from 3rd party is accepted.

Post #189559 21st May 2013 9:04am
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ebajema



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New Zealand 2010 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Galway Green

Ah, that clears it up. I never financed a car in my life (nor do I plan to ever do so) so didn't realize that the finance company actually owns the car. I wonder if leasing wouldn't be a better option in that case ?

Anyway thanks for the clarification. I hope you find a nice one very soon.

Still they are a bit "thick" to advertise it for 13k with 16k on it and not realizing that the 3k needs to come out of their pocket or keep paying interest !!!! MY 2010 5.0 SC Galway green and sand interior!!
Have the Faultmate MSV2 Extreme to be tinkering with the settings etc. !!

Post #189560 21st May 2013 9:08am
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i see the listing is still there so wouldnt it be worth contacting ebay and explaining this problem.. ... - .- -.




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Post #189564 21st May 2013 9:25am
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Post #189572 21st May 2013 10:17am
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robjp



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Wales 2004 Range Rover Vogue Td6 Zambezi Silver

Just a quick point to be very aware of regarding getting a private sale HPI checked

I'm sure we've all seen the 'logbook loans' adverts at one time or another.
Please be aware that most of those companies do NOT register the loan with HPI, Experian, DVLA, or any other agency, so there is no way of checking if the car has a logbook loan outstanding.
However, if you buy the car, the person stops the payments, next thing the loan co. turn up and repo the car from you. Entirely legally, too.
Best way to deal with this is to write up a declaration, and get the vendor to sign the declaration stating that there is no finance of any sort, including 'logbook loans' or similar, that is owing, and that they sell with 'good, full and unencumbered title'.
At least then you do have clear evidence of fraud, and even if you lose the car, you may still have some satisfaction from seeing the vendor heading for the cells.
The above would not apply in any sale from the motor trade to a private individual. The trader sells to you warranting 'good, unencumbered and free title', so you are fully protected in the event that they have been sold a pup.

Another way in which buying retail gives additional safety.

Post #189576 21st May 2013 10:54am
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