Copart Make Fraud to the Dealers

Copart Make Fraud to the Dealers

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Copart is a Fraud Company

Pompano Beach, FL

#1 Jan 10, 2008
Attention to Dealers:
Copart.com is Fraud the Dealers
Why??? i Explain you why:
i have a Degree In Computer Programming. The Bidding
program that Copart Inc is using does not allow the
bidders to get the vehicles from the Auction because
the Copart program is fighting you to
NOT get the vehicle. Watch the same car will appear in
Auction week after week is because Copart Program bought
this vehicle.

Copart Program is automatically bidding with Dealers and
creating Fraud.
All Dealers have the Rights to sued to Copart Inc in USA
and Canada.
copart uk

Epsom, UK

#2 Feb 2, 2008
Copart is a Fraud Company wrote:
Attention to Dealers:
Copart.com is Fraud the Dealers
Why??? i Explain you why:
i have a Degree In Computer Programming. The Bidding
program that Copart Inc is using does not allow the
bidders to get the vehicles from the Auction because
the Copart program is fighting you to
NOT get the vehicle. Watch the same car will appear in
Auction week after week is because Copart Program bought
this vehicle.
Copart Program is automatically bidding with Dealers and
creating Fraud.
All Dealers have the Rights to sued to Copart Inc in USA
and Canada.
"Rubbish" An auction is a means of disposal,its a means for dealers and insurance companys to get rid of the stock they dont want.
But non the less this stock has a value and a reserve,if you see the same items week after week
its due to the said item not reaching its reserve value period.
connor jones

Castleford, UK

#4 May 28, 2008
Got to admit copart are a greedy company, who use their system to bid up a vehicle, because they guarantee a certain percentage revenue back to the company who owns the car. faliure to do so means the outstanding cost comes from their pocket! But then thats what they do to win contracts
Allen

Germany

#5 Dec 15, 2009
why when we see car on copart and show the car be sold and later the post the car on website again it did make any sence to me either furad going on this is website and everytime u would like to make bid they ask u to increase you buying power when u deposite the money u never get back right away it take longer process to get it
emmanuel

Berlin, Germany

#6 Dec 30, 2009
i wish i could get facts and figures about copart and how true it is to do business with them am new on their site
Takenforaride

Leigh, UK

#7 Jan 26, 2010
The guy at the Top of this page HAS Got It Dead Right! Copart "Run Up" the Auction Prices to Attain a Higher Commission on Sales.The Above Post from Copart themselves is Obviously from either the ill Informed or some Little Brown Nosing Office Junior?

As a Test we Sold a Car on Copart which we had "Bodged Up" to Look Good. The Car had actually been in a Major Un-Insured Accident so was Not Recorded as a Total Loss. Copart entered the Vehicle as a "Finance Repossesion" with our Reserve of UK£1200. When the Vehicle came to Auction it made UK£2000 and Sold "Great"? We Phoned and asked for the Sale Price to be Confirmed and were told that it Never Actually Sold but would be Re-Auctioned the following week? It then made a sensible UK£1400 Second Time Around? The Vehicle was Blatently "Run Up" on the First Week by these Deceptive Thieves.
Thomas

Sacramento, CA

#8 Feb 10, 2010
copart sucks
Well Informed

Birds Landing, CA

#9 Feb 12, 2010
You don't have a clue what you are talking about. If you see a vehicle run over at an auctin that basically means that the seller didn't make as much from the sale as they wanted so it was re run. Preventing people from buying the product does not make a sale duh!!
Well Informed

Birds Landing, CA

#10 Feb 12, 2010
Read your members handbook there are no tricks its all there
Well Informed

Birds Landing, CA

#11 Feb 12, 2010
cars usually sale the highest the first time around if you were smart enough to pay attention and look for a trend the reason being is because the second time around people are skeptical and do what you all are doing now questioning and assuming why so they do not bid and someone else gets it for cheaper because people are stupid. If a member bids on a car and does not pay it goes back to sale. If someone bids and the seller wants more it goes back to sale. Do not be that stupid people. Read your members handbook it has it all in there and you would not be in the dark dunces.
Well Informed

Birds Landing, CA

#12 Feb 12, 2010
I have been a buyer since almost copart started. If you keep yourself informed on whats going on then you would know whats going on. they are constantly changing to keep up with the times so if you dont change with them you get left behind and you pay consequences. make sure you know what types of licenses you need and when to pay and pickup. if you know the rules you should have no problem playing the game.
David ES

United States

#13 Feb 27, 2010
Wow. You people are not the kind of people I would want to do business with. I checked out CoPart because they sponsor a NASCAR Nationwide Race Team and wanted to learn more about them. But it would seem that there are way too many issues with too many disrespectful people who do not know how to diplmatically resolve their issues. Have a nice life, people, I hope things work out for you all.
Bender

Brooklyn, NY

#14 Jun 26, 2010
Sure, bend over and take it politely and respectfully when they scam you, and be quiet.
Former employee

United States

#15 Jul 13, 2010
Most of what has been said is not true. Copart does not "run-up" vehicles...the bidders do. With that being said, Copart does an excellent job at keeping their employees, sellers, and members in the dark about new fees, rules, regs, policies, etc. Now that I am former employee, I will be getting my dealer license and buying somewhere other than Copart. IAA and ISS, here locally, are a lot more customer service oriented. Copart has too many irons in the fire and it is tough to see exactly what they want to be in the future. I do know that their GM's are not treated very well.
overallmark

Bethany, OK

#16 Sep 30, 2010
You guys are idiot's, I have been a dealer for 25 yrs and used co-part for many of them. I will agree that there customer service sucks there computer does not run up bids. people like you run up bids, the worst thing co-part did was let public start buying on there site that is what started the problem with the cars not being paid for and having to re-run them after we think they are sold, Its a pain in the ass!! when it was only dealers there was honor among thieves and we paid for what we bought.

Thank you, have a good day
tofik yadullayev

Lincoln, NE

#17 Oct 10, 2010
i bougth a truck from copart.its was listed as a side damage.wen truck arived i start working on the truck and i felt that its been in fload i took my 2008 tundra to toyota park place and they told me that its been in fload.i brought that truck back to tell them that its a fraud.they told me they will work with me oln this and i will get my money back.nothing happen.i brought that truck and told them that i want to sell that truck on action an they listed as a fload damage.wtf.im about to sue those scamers.
adrian

United States

#18 Oct 23, 2010
Takenforaride wrote:
The guy at the Top of this page HAS Got It Dead Right! Copart "Run Up" the Auction Prices to Attain a Higher Commission on Sales.The Above Post from Copart themselves is Obviously from either the ill Informed or some Little Brown Nosing Office Junior?
As a Test we Sold a Car on Copart which we had "Bodged Up" to Look Good. The Car had actually been in a Major Un-Insured Accident so was Not Recorded as a Total Loss. Copart entered the Vehicle as a "Finance Repossesion" with our Reserve of UK£1200. When the Vehicle came to Auction it made UK£2000 and Sold "Great"? We Phoned and asked for the Sale Price to be Confirmed and were told that it Never Actually Sold but would be Re-Auctioned the following week? It then made a sensible UK£1400 Second Time Around? The Vehicle was Blatently "Run Up" on the First Week by these Deceptive Thieves.


Absolutely Copart is greedy and frauds, a copart agent told me to my face that not to worry, he would get me top dollar for my consignment by bidding it up! this is great for a seller, but fraud against a buyer, copart is defrauding the buyeing public
adrian

United States

#19 Oct 23, 2010
overallmark wrote:
You guys are idiot's, I have been a dealer for 25 yrs and used co-part for many of them. I will agree that there customer service sucks there computer does not run up bids. people like you run up bids, the worst thing co-part did was let public start buying on there site that is what started the problem with the cars not being paid for and having to re-run them after we think they are sold, Its a pain in the ass!! when it was only dealers there was honor among thieves and we paid for what we bought.
Thank you, have a good day


Congratulations your a bonifide idiot, a copart agent told me to my face several times not to worry about losing money on my consigned car, he would make sure to bid it up, and he did...you my friend have your head in your butt, this is great if your a seller but wrong if your a buyer
oldguy

Saginaw, MI

#20 Nov 3, 2010
not just the computer -- they also have employess working with
buyers -- check out the bidding on a fleetwoood motorhome in Chattenoga TN set to sell on 11-02-10 -- on the day of the sale the sale date was moved to 11-09-10 but the unit still sold that day. someone got a 'deal'
lot #16623850 -- check it out if you can -- this is what makes the business dirty
Copart is a Fraud Company wrote:
Attention to Dealers:
Copart.com is Fraud the Dealers
Why??? i Explain you why:
i have a Degree In Computer Programming. The Bidding
program that Copart Inc is using does not allow the
bidders to get the vehicles from the Auction because
the Copart program is fighting you to
NOT get the vehicle. Watch the same car will appear in
Auction week after week is because Copart Program bought
this vehicle.
Copart Program is automatically bidding with Dealers and
creating Fraud.
All Dealers have the Rights to sued to Copart Inc in USA
and Canada.
jojo

Wilburton, PA

#21 Dec 19, 2010
I bought a truck from copart , but i did not know all the fees that i needed to pay so i cannot afford to buy the truk what happens to me if i don,t buy the truck ? jojo

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