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  1. 6 hours ago, TRADE SURVIVOR said:

    Trading illegally surely not! Asif is clearly a good citizen paying the vat on his margins and declaring his income to HMRC and paying the tax due on said income. Doing the right thing to contribute to repaying the tax payer coffers that have helped our society thus far through the pandemic, and I am sure as a responsible trader he is selling his car on fully serviced with full mot and at least six months warranty. ;) 

    The problem with haters is their ceiling is my floor.

  2. I sold a Porsche Cayenne turbo dealers had it on for £9,500 similar mileage so i put it on for £9,300 waited 3 months lowered price every month in the end all i got was £7,250.


    This happen to all 5 cars I sold never got dealer price.


    Are those high dealer priced cars really selling for that much? Or do they give up after 6 months and drop it off to auction?


    Luckily i am buying cars at £1,500 below private sale price so still turning a healthy profit per car.

  3. 1 hour ago, FHP11 said:

    Yes, people will.

    But thats because its far from "The Exact Same." The extra processes that dealers put the cars through is the added value, as are the services that you can offer, that a private buyer does not 

    So I have now sold a few cars making £1,000 to £1,500 profit per sale I sold them all at private seller prices.


    I was not able to achieve dealer prices even though i wait 3 months for a sale.


    Which services do I need to add before becoming an official trader and securing a whole extra grand per sale?


    I can add warranty from warranty wise and do 30 day returns only for major issues.


    I cant offer finance just yet but its not been an issue as plenty people have brought cars from me for £10K cash.


    By just adding these services I should be able to get an extra £1,000 to £2,000 profit per sale? Really?