Federal Judge Grants "Fearless" Ex-Car Dealer The Legal Right To Fully Expose The Auto Industry's Billion Dollar Dirty Little Secret
Former car dealer reveals all the ways dealers squeeze money out of buyers -- whether they like it or not!
PR9.NET February 02, 2006 - Las Vegas, NV -- A former car dealer, who retired as a multi-millionaire at age 31, is publishing online all the ways dealers take every penny a buyer has, then squeeze them for more.
"When people congratulate me for retiring with millions, I say with a wink and smile 'well I have to thank you because when you bought a car from me and the thousands of dealers I trained you made it all possible.
"The average American consumer won't spend 10 minutes learning how to save thousands of their hard earned dollars on a vehicle purchase and this fact is allowing car dealers the opportunity to become very wealthy," said David Williams of BeforeYouBuyACar.com. Not his real name, Williams keeps his identity a secret from other dealers who are furious their industry secrets are being publicized online.
Williams says he once made $17,000 Profit on a single car deal, then often profited $3000, $4000, and $5000 per deal. "If you know what you're doing, it's easy to avoid over paying like that. Otherwise dealers are going to get that money from you one way or another," Williams points out
As a former car dealer, Williams says he got tired of seeing people pay too much because of dealer tricks and has written a report, "10 Things You Must Do Before You Even Think About Buying a Vehicle."
"With this information," Williams says, "You will be able to sit down at your computer and virtually buy your vehicle as we show you step-by-step. And you'll avoid the over pricing and obscenely high interest rates everybody else pays."
"We figured it was time to level the playing field and give car buyers the advantages they need to be treated fairly," says a company announcement. The report includes information on using the Internet to guarantee savings, avoiding tricks used by finance managers, getting the most from your trade-in, how to negotiate, important questions to ask, and a few more money saving strategies.
For more information and access to this money saving website visit: http://www.BeforeYouBuyACar.com
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Gus Skarlis is a 12 year veteran of the auto business. As a former dealer he shares with you how to save thousands on your next new or used vehicle purchase and level the playing field. His site is located at: http://www.BeforeYouBuyACar.com
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