Review: Advantage Auto Sales Utah

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Angie

Ottawa, Canada

#1 Sep 11, 2013
This is not a legitimate company! This "company" runs an Internet fraud ring. DO NOT send these people any money!!
William

Ottawa, Canada

#2 Sep 16, 2013
Angie wrote:
This is not a legitimate company! This "company" runs an Internet fraud ring. DO NOT send these people any money!!
You are 100% correct. They are Crooks! Stole my money!!'
Michael

Concord, Canada

#3 Sep 30, 2013
RE : Advantage Auto Sales Utah
Angie and William are 100% Correct
Canada Border Services is warning about a growing scam involving purchasing cars and bringing them into Canada from the United States.

Spokeswoman Lisa White says the scam involves a person who claims to be a salesperson for a luxury car dealership based in Utah.

That person tries to convince Canadian shoppers to pay for a vehicle online or over the phone.

They then send them phoney emails on CBSA letterhead that say the border agency needs to see an advance bill of sale or receipt before the vehicle can be brought into Canada.

White says at least two people in Saskatchewan were fooled by the crooks in cases that came to light in Calgary.

She says CBSA would never ask for advance documentation.

"We're being erroneously represented," she says.

Both cases involve "what we all believe to be the same individuals, the same scammers, using the same letters, the same tactics, the same border crossing."

She says CBSA doesn't get involved in the process until the vehicle physically crosses the border.

CBSA says there is no reason to believe the individual in question is a legitimate car salesperson and will deliver on the purchase.
Michael

Concord, Canada

#4 Sep 30, 2013
William wrote:
<quoted text>
You are 100% correct. They are Crooks! Stole my money!!'
Canada Border Services is warning about a growing scam involving purchasing cars and bringing them into Canada from the United States.

Spokeswoman Lisa White says the scam involves a person who claims to be a salesperson for a luxury car dealership based in Utah.

That person tries to convince Canadian shoppers to pay for a vehicle online or over the phone.

They then send them phoney emails on CBSA letterhead that say the border agency needs to see an advance bill of sale or receipt before the vehicle can be brought into Canada.

White says at least two people in Saskatchewan were fooled by the crooks in cases that came to light in Calgary.

She says CBSA would never ask for advance documentation.

"We're being erroneously represented," she says.

Both cases involve "what we all believe to be the same individuals, the same scammers, using the same letters, the same tactics, the same border crossing."

She says CBSA doesn't get involved in the process until the vehicle physically crosses the border.

CBSA says there is no reason to believe the individual in question is a legitimate car salesperson and will deliver on the purchase.
Michael

Concord, Canada

#5 Sep 30, 2013
Angie wrote:
This is not a legitimate company! This "company" runs an Internet fraud ring. DO NOT send these people any money!!
Canada Border Services is warning about a growing scam involving purchasing cars and bringing them into Canada from the United States.

Spokeswoman Lisa White says the scam involves a person who claims to be a salesperson for a luxury car dealership based in Utah.

That person tries to convince Canadian shoppers to pay for a vehicle online or over the phone.

They then send them phoney emails on CBSA letterhead that say the border agency needs to see an advance bill of sale or receipt before the vehicle can be brought into Canada.

White says at least two people in Saskatchewan were fooled by the crooks in cases that came to light in Calgary.

She says CBSA would never ask for advance documentation.

"We're being erroneously represented," she says.

Both cases involve "what we all believe to be the same individuals, the same scammers, using the same letters, the same tactics, the same border crossing."

She says CBSA doesn't get involved in the process until the vehicle physically crosses the border.

CBSA says there is no reason to believe the individual in question is a legitimate car salesperson and will deliver on the purchase.
Ryan

Edmonton, Canada

#6 Oct 11, 2013
They stole $33000 from me
Allawy

Calgary, Canada

#9 Nov 19, 2013
Ryan, please contact me at 4 0 3-9 2 2-1 4 1 3
Ryan wrote:
They stole $33000 from me
Allawy

Calgary, Canada

#10 Nov 19, 2013
If you have been defrauded by Advantage Auto Sales Utah and you live in Calgary, please contact me at 4 0 3-9 2 2-1 4 1 3

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