renting auto dealer license
LOOKING FOR DLR LIC PLATE

United States

#714 Jan 28, 2011
RDEAL wrote:
<quoted text>Are you still interested in renting your license and tag?
LET ME KNOW
[email protected]

Since: Jan 11

United States

#715 Jan 28, 2011
Jan 28th 2011
Im interested in renting it and tag also
let me know [email protected]
Bill

Castaic, CA

#716 Jan 29, 2011
Anybody in California with a legit dealers license that can help get me started or partner up?

Anybody deal with yourautodealershib.com

Thanks,

[email protected]
Bill

Castaic, CA

#717 Jan 30, 2011
Your Auto Dealership wrote:
Our company offers a program that beats the high overhead many retail and wholesale dealers struggle with these days.
If you are an individual who is interested in buying/selling cars retail or wholesale check out our website to see how our program works.
www.yourautodealership.com
$499 per month.
Members of our dealerships receive:
Insured Dealer Plate
Access to Dealer Only Auctions
Free Training and Support from Auto Professionals
Free Leads from our lead generating website: www.smartcaroptions.com
Ask about our referral program!
References are available upon request.
*Serious Inquiries Only Please*
Is this legit?
Mohammed Shamseen

Fremont, CA

#718 Jan 31, 2011
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email : [email protected]
well

Texarkana, TX

#719 Jan 31, 2011
no
Bill wrote:
<quoted text>
Is this legit?
Concerned

Bloomsburg, PA

#720 Jan 31, 2011
Need Legit Info wrote:
Ok, So I have been reading thru all of these post and I am not sure what to believe anymore. First I hear about this company http://www.dealerauctionaccess.com/ and its seems legit because they have this program where you pay this money to get an office and you actually get a tax id and legit business. Now I read that is a scam and if you do it you can get jail time. Then I read up on http://retailautobroker.com/ and http://dealerlicenseconsulting.com/ it seems to be the same thing but I am not sure if it is legit or not. Checking ripoffreport.com I find only one issue with dealer auction access. So it might still be ok but I am not sure I am not willing to fork out 2,000 to find out this is all a scam. I need to know what is real and what is the best way to sell cars from my house without getting a dealers license. But it looks like the best way to do this to get one because here in TX its 700 for 2 years. That doesnt seem like much but I dont know what it all covers. Does anyone have any information me it would greatly be appreciated.
email me at [email protected] all ur help will be appreciated
Here is a simple breakdown of the dealer license rental, plate rental, co-op, Indiana wholesale license situation.

If a person were to "rent" a dealer license and plates, that person is NOT listed as a registered owner of the business, which means that person is NOT permitted to buy and sell cars as a "dealer". Some states require persons to be licensed as SALESPERSONS under the dealership license, but this designation only allows that person to buy and sell vehicles for COMMISSION, and that person has NO bona fide financial interest in the business and is looked at as an employee. He/She CANNOT use their own personal funds to buy cars, and CANNOT realize a profit from the sale of a vehicle, except for a sales commission. This person holds NO TITLE INTEREST in a vehicle purchased using their funds, and therefore the dealer allowing such arrangement can at anytime retain and sell such vehicle and retain any and all proceeds from the transaction and has no obligation to the "rentee", because the arrangement between the two parties is illegal and false on its face, and the dealer is viewed as the lawful owner of such property (vehicle).

Furthermore, the use of a dealer plate for individuals other than the dealer and his/her immediate family, is limited to the limited demonstration of a motor vehicle,(i.e. transport from auction, mechanic, test drive), or for use by a customer of the dealership for a particular period if that person's vehicle is being repaired, or for a particular purpose for a given period of time.

A "co-op" situation is one where a licensed dealer adds an individual as an "owner" of a particular auto dealer business, and that person is looked at under the law of a state as a "dealer". This quasi-legal arrangement is thought to work around the illegality of a dealer license rental arrangement, because the individual is considered an "owner". The problem with this situation is generally there are many "owners" involved and most do not know the other participants in the program. It only takes one to bring down the whole license, and every person that is involved in it. YOU CANNOT LEGALLY BUY VEHICLES AND SELL THEM FROM YOUR DRIVEWAY, PARKING LOT, OR ANY OTHER PLACE BUT THE LICENSED LOCATION OF THE DEALERSHIP > PERIOD. If any member is caught, that person can and usually will be charged criminally with a misdemeanor, and notice will be served to the state dept. of motor vehicles as well as the license state attorney general, and the license will be suspended or canceled. If any of the people on the license decides not to pay for a car at auction, everybody is barred and if things get serious enough the auction WILL put a claim in with the bond company. These are a couple of the countless situations that can and will arise when conducting business in this way.
Concerned

Bloomsburg, PA

#721 Jan 31, 2011
Here is a simple breakdown of the dealer license rental, plate rental, co-op, Indiana wholesale license situation.

If a person were to "rent" a dealer license and plates, that person is NOT listed as a registered owner of the business, which means that person is NOT permitted to buy and sell cars as a "dealer". Some states require persons to be licensed as SALESPERSONS under the dealership license, but this designation only allows that person to buy and sell vehicles for COMMISSION, and that person has NO bona fide financial interest in the business and is looked at as an employee. He/She CANNOT use their own personal funds to buy cars, and CANNOT realize a profit from the sale of a vehicle, except for a sales commission. This person holds NO TITLE INTEREST in a vehicle purchased using their funds, and therefore the dealer allowing such arrangement can at anytime retain and sell such vehicle and retain any and all proceeds from the transaction and has no obligation to the "rentee", because the arrangement between the two parties is illegal and false on its face, and the dealer is viewed as the lawful owner of such property (vehicle).

Furthermore, the use of a dealer plate for individuals other than the dealer and his/her immediate family, is limited to the limited demonstration of a motor vehicle,(i.e. transport from auction, mechanic, test drive), or for use by a customer of the dealership for a particular period if that person's vehicle is being repaired, or for a particular purpose for a given period of time.

A "co-op" situation is one where a licensed dealer adds an individual as an "owner" of a particular auto dealer business, and that person is looked at under the law of a state as a "dealer". This quasi-legal arrangement is thought to work around the illegality of a dealer license rental arrangement, because the individual is considered an "owner". The problem with this situation is generally there are many "owners" involved and most do not know the other participants in the program. It only takes one to bring down the whole license, and every person that is involved in it. YOU CANNOT LEGALLY BUY VEHICLES AND SELL THEM FROM YOUR DRIVEWAY, PARKING LOT, OR ANY OTHER PLACE BUT THE LICENSED LOCATION OF THE DEALERSHIP > PERIOD. If any member is caught, that person can and usually will be charged criminally with a misdemeanor, and notice will be served to the state dept. of motor vehicles as well as the license state attorney general, and the license will be suspended or canceled. If any of the people on the license decides not to pay for a car at auction, everybody is barred and if things get serious enough the auction WILL put a claim in with the bond company. These are only a couple of the countless situations that can and will arise when conducting business in this way.

Since: Jan 11

Beach Haven, NJ

#722 Feb 2, 2011
looking for auction access and transport plate.if u are serious reply at [email protected] Thank you in advance...

Since: Jan 11

Conroe, TX

#723 Feb 3, 2011
Concerned wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is a simple breakdown of the dealer license rental, plate rental, co-op, Indiana wholesale license situation.
If a person were to "rent" a dealer license and plates, that person is NOT listed as a registered owner of the business, which means that person is NOT permitted to buy and sell cars as a "dealer". Some states require persons to be licensed as SALESPERSONS under the dealership license, but this designation only allows that person to buy and sell vehicles for COMMISSION, and that person has NO bona fide financial interest in the business and is looked at as an employee. He/She CANNOT use their own personal funds to buy cars, and CANNOT realize a profit from the sale of a vehicle, except for a sales commission. This person holds NO TITLE INTEREST in a vehicle purchased using their funds, and therefore the dealer allowing such arrangement can at anytime retain and sell such vehicle and retain any and all proceeds from the transaction and has no obligation to the "rentee", because the arrangement between the two parties is illegal and false on its face, and the dealer is viewed as the lawful owner of such property (vehicle).
Furthermore, the use of a dealer plate for individuals other than the dealer and his/her immediate family, is limited to the limited demonstration of a motor vehicle,(i.e. transport from auction, mechanic, test drive), or for use by a customer of the dealership for a particular period if that person's vehicle is being repaired, or for a particular purpose for a given period of time.
A "co-op" situation is one where a licensed dealer adds an individual as an "owner" of a particular auto dealer business, and that person is looked at under the law of a state as a "dealer". This quasi-legal arrangement is thought to work around the illegality of a dealer license rental arrangement, because the individual is considered an "owner". The problem with this situation is generally there are many "owners" involved and most do not know the other participants in the program. It only takes one to bring down the whole license, and every person that is involved in it. YOU CANNOT LEGALLY BUY VEHICLES AND SELL THEM FROM YOUR DRIVEWAY, PARKING LOT, OR ANY OTHER PLACE BUT THE LICENSED LOCATION OF THE DEALERSHIP > PERIOD. If any member is caught, that person can and usually will be charged criminally with a misdemeanor, and notice will be served to the state dept. of motor vehicles as well as the license state attorney general, and the license will be suspended or canceled. If any of the people on the license decides not to pay for a car at auction, everybody is barred and if things get serious enough the auction WILL put a claim in with the bond company. These are a couple of the countless situations that can and will arise when conducting business in this way.
Thank you so much this is exactly what I needed to know, So I guess the best way is to do it the legal way :thumbup:
JASON

Toledo, OH

#724 Feb 11, 2011
ohio resident looking to rent a dealers license from someone whos not a scam artist.
dont want a dealer license plate.
how much is the monthly fee + down payment/startup fees?
also how much is the buy fee you charge for each car i sell(i.e.$150) thanks a million!
[email protected]
William

Washington, DC

#725 Feb 11, 2011
I live in Florida and I am interested in renting a car dealers license that comes with a dealer tag .Please contact me asap at: [email protected]

Since: Jan 11

Beach Haven, NJ

#726 Feb 11, 2011
I am looking for a dealer license or looking to rent the minimal amount space in south new jersey to get my own dealer license.If any one has space or a dealer license please respond at [email protected] Thanks in advance......
Pat

Darby, PA

#727 Feb 13, 2011
Im lookin to rent a dealer or transport tag in pa.please e mail me [email protected]
johnde

Knoxville, TN

#728 Feb 15, 2011
crazy
JASON

Toledo, OH

#729 Feb 17, 2011
Ohio resident looking to rent a dealers license from someone whos not a scam artist.
Dont want a dealer license plate.
How much is the monthly fee + down payment / startup fees?
How much buy fee you charge for each car I sell(i.e.$150)? Thanks a million!
[email protected]
mike

Allentown, PA

#730 Feb 17, 2011
paul wrote:
i have dealer plate and auction access,anyone interested send me an email rasbakes2aol.com
What your not telling these people is the fact that what your doing is not in any way legal.I'm a legal dealer with a car lot and it's low lifes like yourself that are ruining the auction's.This whole scam you plate renters have going on kills me,your trying to get people to rent a plate from you when you yourself are not a dealer.If you want to buy and sell cars buy a lot and get licenced then and only then it's legal.Eventruly you and people loke you will get caught!
Jeff

Salt Lake City, UT

#731 Feb 18, 2011
please email me your phone number. I am interested in your offer.
[email protected]
Dealer License Consulting

United States

#732 Feb 20, 2011
First off,
I apologize for not getting back on here and answering questions. If you have questions or want to join our program, please visit our website: dealerlicenseconsulting.com and our contact info is on there for any questions. You can contact us by email or by phone.

I also want to clarify some confusion while I'm on here.

Legal License wrote:
Is this my own dealer license or am I a member of a dealership?
This is not your dealer license. You are a member of a dealership and the license from the dealership allows you to buy and sell.

SO THEN YOU ARE RENTING A LICENSE TO PEOPLE, WHICH YOU ADMIT IS ILLEGAL?

Document fees:$59-$100 per
Initial cost:$898
Monthly fees:$449

I GOT MY OWN, LEGAL LICENSE, PAID INSURANCE FOR A YEAR, BOND FOR TWO YEARS FOR ROUGHLY WHAT YOU CHARGE FOR TWO MONTHS.

Hi Legal Dealer:
I would like to repel your statement, "SO THEN YOU ARE RENTING A LICENSE TO PEOPLE, WHICH YOU ADMIT IS ILLEGAL?" My friend, you obviously do not grasp the concept of the Co-Op Program wholeheartedly. If I may, I will give you a brief description. If you still have questions, please feel free to email or call us. Our contact info is on our site.

You see, when you are renting a license, you are not made a member of an LLC. If you are not a member of an LLC, yes, you are absolutely correct, that would indeed be considered renting a license. However, once you are made a member of the LLC, you are fully entitled to buy and sell cars on behalf of the dealership to whom you are a member. For example: if you are a member of Costco or Sam's Club, you can buy food from there. But, if you are not a member and say, your neighbor lent you his membership (which is like renting a dealer license) believe me, the workers there at Costco or Sam's will catch you. So, if you become a member, you can legally shop and do all you have to do, just like becoming a member of an LLC.

Now, your other point was regarding the program cost. Apparently you were able to open a full retail dealership in the region of 898?. Wow. More power to you. But, below are the rules and regulations of GA and wow, I'm appalled that you were able to do ALL this for around 898. The app and fingerprint fee alone is $200. Plus bond (depending on credit should be at MINIMUM $250) Then you have your insurance, which has to be at least $1000. Then you have your location, which be varies but has to meet stringent rules regarding zoning etc. So, friend, to say the least, I believe our fee justifies itself. And one other thought, it takes three weeks to get started if everything is done properly, with us, its FIVE DAYS.

GA Rules for Dealer LICENSE ( dmv.org )


Complete a license application.
Purchase a surety bond worth $20,000, available through your insurance agent.
Purchase insurance for your business; liability- only is not acceptable.
Obtain a place of business, making sure that the location meets all zoning requirements. Take photos of your place of business that feature the sign and building prominently in the picture.
Establish a permanent phone at your place of business, making it easily verifiable; unlisted numbers are not acceptable.
Attend a prelicensing seminar (approved providers are listed in the application packet).
Acquire your Sales Tax ID Number from the Department of Revenue.
Submit two fingerprint cards and a $24 processing fee, made payable to the Georgia Bureau of Investigations.
Pay the $170 application fee, made payable to the Used Motor Vehicle Dealer Board.


This reply was to simply clarify some confusion. It is our sincere hope that any of you are offended in any way shape or form. Sure, we will have disagreements but, let us discuss it cordially. If we can be of any assistance to you, please visit our site:

dealerlicenseconsulting.com

Thank You,
DLC
Ricky

Washington, DC

#733 Feb 21, 2011
clark wrote:
I spoke to retailautobrokers.com on-line adn their deal is $2500. for a full 12 months with dealer tag and auction access. They also give 20 days AL tags with all retail paper to sell to the public for $140
each car. That's customer service. I live in Maryland and would like to find a dealer with the same program in my area. If not, I'll go with them.
Thanks
were you able to find anyone in MD I am also looking for the same

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