Specialty Network – Specialty Network – Ohmaha, Nebraska

Specialty Network is “too good to be true.” I am usually not one to fall for this kind of scam but they made a good sale… A man named Josh Nelson called me and said he had seen my car on Craiglist and stated that my make and model was in high demand and also went as far to say that I could probably mark the price up another couple thousand dollars and still not have a problem to sell it on their website. He then went on to state that the people that buy from their website are basically the scum of the earth and can not get approval for a loan through the bank so they go to these types of auto finance firms that charge an excessively high interest rate, with hundreds of hidden penalty fees. Needless to say, I did not have a single response to my add for the over 3 months it was posted. They tell you will have a personal contact at the company, and I did, but out of the 8 times I called to update and lower the price and edit, I got calls back twice… Very frustrating. Finally towards the end of the first 3 months (one month longer than Josh Nelson claimed to have my car sold by) I called and stressed my frustrations. She stated that there was no refund for any of my adds ($370ish). Considered yourself warned! Sorry if you didn’t get my review in time!

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