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Thread: Capital Dodge: Fraudulent NVIS lawsuit

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    Default Capital Dodge: Fraudulent NVIS lawsuit

    This seems interesting

    https://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/court-do...ource=facebook

    How can he just make 30 something vehicles disappear without security cameras etc catching it.
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    Wow! That's a pretty complex scheme.

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    Pretty misleading title. You see that Capital Dodge is committing fraud, and you're like "Oh, that makes sense those shady fucks". Then read the article and find out they're the ones that got fucked and are suing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMan View Post
    Pretty misleading title. You see that Capital Dodge is committing fraud, and you're like "Oh, that makes sense those shady fucks". Then read the article and find out they're the ones that got fucked and are suing.
    Agree with this

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    I saw this on the news and they tried to explain it, but I still don't get how all that inventory goes poof.

    Something really sketch is going on there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyanide Ride View Post
    I saw this on the news and they tried to explain it, but I still don't get how all that inventory goes poof.

    Something really sketch is going on there.
    It's a huge lot with hundreds of vehicles, of which they are getting moved and flipped and flopped on a daily basis. It's not hard to imagine that 33 vehicles could be taken over the course of a few months and nobody would notice. The only way it would get noticed is if they audit inventory and find out there's a bunch of vehicles unaccounted for.

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    Awesome. LOL
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    Rob with an awesome post as always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyanide Ride View Post
    I saw this on the news and they tried to explain it, but I still don't get how all that inventory goes poof.

    Something really sketch is going on there.
    Partially inside job, in a way

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    I used to do work for Calvin Mirbach when he was at Southtown Chrysler. Real sleezeball.

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