YOU MORONS

Bridgeview, IL

#46 Sep 21, 2012
Indiana hosted license dealers are SCUM BAGS...

And you're all illiterate too... No wonder why all you low life do as you you do illegally ...
Oh Well

Orland Park, IL

#48 Dec 8, 2012
The only scum bags here, are the ones that cry because someone else is taking what they feel is only for them.
land lord

Wheaton, IL

#49 Dec 17, 2012
My tenant is a goofey indiana dealer and lives in IL but the condo assoc will not let him park his IN dealer cars on the lot at his apartment ???
UR_SEPPOS

Holiday, FL

#50 Dec 26, 2012
I thought that it was free enterprise here in the USA ? I can see both sides of the coin but I must say as a foreigner living in the USA at present that I would side with the licensed dealers as apposed to the Indians dealers.

The reason is because this has now opened the door for very unscrupulous individuals to take advantage, without any recourse (most of the time), of consumers that don't know any better. It also perpetuates a distrust with all car dealers which is not fair or deserved and henceforth ruins things for everyone trying to make an honest and decent living.

I don't agree with having to have a car lot but there are better and more creative ways to make it work for all. The rules need to be amended but at the same time need to be strict and enforced. Not any Tom, Ahmed or Sergei should be given a Dealers License because they can pay the fee's.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year !
Joey

Hinsdale, IL

#51 Jan 2, 2013
HA HA HA you are right Jason they are all jealous because someone thought of something they didn't and now you can make a living out of it. If you follow the rules there is nothing illegal about it, yes it is easier to get this kind of license and there are always black sheep who do it wrong and get in trouble but that goes for every industry. I bet half of this guys complaining are used car dealers LOL!
Jason wrote:
Look all of this indiana wholesale license bashing is kind of funny. I have an indiana wholesale license and we are making great profit using various wholesle techniques. Once in a while i do sell to the public and when i do i do it 100% legally. thats right I do not have much of overhead and i love it. I can provide the public with inexpensive cars saving them plenty. I think the days of the old time car dealer with lot, guys running around with white shirts and ties trying to rip people off selling a car thats worth 5k for 8k making money on financing, rust proofing trade in tricks and all other dirty games is much harder now..
I can sell a car thats 12k at a dealer for 9k. and yes old school retail dealer hate me and i dont care. Im happy, buyer is happy, all good..
Joey

Hinsdale, IL

#52 Jan 2, 2013
Check out thios blog on how to go about getting a dealer license the right way. http://www.dealerlicensegroup.com/index.php/d...
Jorge Chicago

Chicago, IL

#53 Jan 7, 2013
Jason, I'm with you dude, I can't remember how many times I was ripped off by the white shirt and tie guy on the lot. I also have a wholesaler's license and I love it. I go to several auctions, as many as two each day. I sell cars everyday and I love it. I feed my family and I help people save money. That is the American way, for those that find it wrong, get over it.
Jake

New York, NY

#54 Jan 11, 2013
Wowwww seems like the ones that are complaining are the sheep. This is America!!! Things are always possible and changing. For all those who are complaining its because you guys are still stuck with the whole traditional way of finding some lot in some area and going through the whole crap just so you can say your a retailer. Im sure your also helping the land owners get wealthy from the lots that they rent out to you. If there are wholesalers out there making money so be it why are you guys mad. Wholesalers nor Indiana dealers drive up the markets at auctions,it's you silly retailers who bring your customers to the auction for a pocket change of $300 bucks, remember we can't do that were wholesale. Also if a wholesaler saves on overhead so does his customer.:) It's a new wave out there complain all you want to any secretary of state n see who gets the last laugh. At the end of the day wholesalers comply with retailers in order to sell to the public so all this illegal nonsense of selling without retail needs to stop.
gerald lagrange in

Barnesville, OH

#56 Jan 13, 2013
M4M

I love fat car dealers with short ones.
Hah

Gilman, IL

#57 Jan 14, 2013
Jake wrote:
Wowwww seems like the ones that are complaining are the sheep. This is America!!! Things are always possible and changing. For all those who are complaining its because you guys are still stuck with the whole traditional way of finding some lot in some area and going through the whole crap just so you can say your a retailer. Im sure your also helping the land owners get wealthy from the lots that they rent out to you. If there are wholesalers out there making money so be it why are you guys mad. Wholesalers nor Indiana dealers drive up the markets at auctions,it's you silly retailers who bring your customers to the auction for a pocket change of $300 bucks, remember we can't do that were wholesale. Also if a wholesaler saves on overhead so does his customer.:) It's a new wave out there complain all you want to any secretary of state n see who gets the last laugh. At the end of the day wholesalers comply with retailers in order to sell to the public so all this illegal nonsense of selling without retail needs to stop.
So then where are your "customers" ? Auction ? Retail dealers ? Or illegally to the public with a wholesale license? Your reply doesn't really make sense. I've seen plenty of Indiana wholesalers drive up auction prices and pay over retail for a vehicle. So to say that doesn't happen is ridiculous.
BOTTOM

Barnesville, OH

#58 Jan 14, 2013
M4M
Xuan

Barnesville, OH

#59 Jan 14, 2013
Do we really care?

It is what it is.
dave

Uncasville, CT

#61 Jan 31, 2013
John wrote:
It is also people getting a dealer license from Indiana and opening curbside dealerships in Illinois.
Ther are 2 houses that are selling cars, trucks, vans, etc… here in Oak Forest. 14721 Sunset Court, Oak Forest, Illinois, United States is a rented/being forclosed house and the second one 14725 Sunset Court, Oak Forest, Illinois. The son brings his cars here to stage and also sell them. Any given night there and be over a dozen cars there and no-one says anything or calls the police because they are afraid. They are thug looking people that get high while they work on their cars. They change the dented bumpers, paint the scratches between noon until 7 p.m. They have been doing this for a few years now and the Oak Forest Police do nothing to stop them. Once it gets dark out everyone hides in their house while the polish/rican chopshop opens. The polish guy has a license to sell cars in Indiana but I doubt he pays any taxes to that state and everything is a cash sale or personal check. He does pull out paperwork to transfer the title and does this all right in front of his home so I doubt he pays taxes in Illinois either. The white guy is Mike and the Mexican or purtorican is Nick.
The police have been notified and they lay low for a while and then it starts back up. I know they are taking pay out of respectable car dealerships on 159th street and 147th street but nothing is ever done. A letter was sent to the governer, the sheriffs department and even Lisa Madigan. Exact addresses but no last names were included in these letters but still nothing has been done.
Your a jealius rat
Hah

South Holland, IL

#62 Jan 31, 2013
Scumbag illiterate trash.
DOM

Barnesville, OH

#64 Jan 31, 2013
Buncha pussi*s whining on here.
Panamna motors LLc

Hinesville, GA

#65 Feb 2, 2013
but the real situation is IAAI and COPART allowed to oversea dealer buy cars direct from them no business for usa dealer
KrazyKarGuy

Denver, CO

#66 Mar 12, 2013
davie d wrote:
Wholesalers can legally wholesale then retail a car thru a local retail licensed dealer,providing each dealer pays his or her business tax as well as follows that states laws.
That's not necessarily true. Every state has different "rules". I'm a wholesale dealer in Colorado and the enforcement officer for my region said... NO! The wholesaler cannot be part of the retail process.

Don't necessarily believe what you read on forums. Check the licensing agency in your state.
YOU MORONS

Bridgeview, IL

#67 Mar 12, 2013
If you check with the Indiana Dealer services it looks like they're starting to finally try to "crack down" more and more with their wholesalers according to a phone call I had with an investigator last week.
KrazyKarGuy

Denver, CO

#68 Mar 13, 2013
YOU MORONS wrote:
If you check with the Indiana Dealer services it looks like they're starting to finally try to "crack down" more and more with their wholesalers according to a phone call I had with an investigator last week.
That's right, they are going to crack down on them.

A lot of these Indiana wholesale dealers come from an entitlement mentality. "I have right to do what I want. The retailers are just ripping people off. I have a right to be illegal because everyone else are just conning the suckers. Why should I have to follow the laws that were made to protect the big guys? Poor me and the rest the world"

These Indiana wholesalers don't know the Indiana law says you must process a 120 vehicles a year to renew your license. Of course the "rent a business place in Indiana" folks just conveniently fail to tell them that. Of course these Indiana wholesale dealers are too dumb to read the requirements or call the Indiana licensing department.

Last year the Indiana legislature tried in committee to address this mess but it failed to do anything.(what's new?)

The NIADA magazine had an article in Oct of 2012 about the Indiana dealer license problems. You can read it at
http://www.usedcardealermagazine.com/i/85509
David

Las Vegas, NV

#69 Sep 9, 2013
i am a fully licensed Nevada Dealer(retail) andI am getting Indiana license too becausee it is more suitable for car export then a nevada license. Not every dealer in Indiana is a scammer. So stop complaining and let good businesses do business.

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