Elusive salesman denies links with Woolston Car Supermarket dealership dispute

Daily Echo: DENIAL: Richard Burbage. DENIAL: Richard Burbage.

HE’S the controversial car dealer wanted by hundreds of people in Australia – as well as dozens of angry customers in Hampshire.

Richard Burbage had been un-contactable for days after the Daily Echo lifted the lid on the sudden closure of a city dealership – where he worked – leaving furious customers demanding refunds amid claims of faulty cars.

But finally the elusive salesman has broken his silence and agreed to be interviewed for the first time to have his say on the claims made about him both here and Down Under.

Mr Burbage, a 40-year-old dad-of-three, agreed to meet our reporter at a friend’s office in Fareham for a one-on-one interview in which he shed light on why he left Australia two years ago.

He claims he suffered death threats following the collapse of his company, known as We Buy Any Car but not linked to the UK firm of the same name, where he was co-director.

As previously reported, the business had an official title of Kar Land Pty Ltd and operated across Australia, based on obtaining vehicles from customers but not paying them for them until they had been sold.

But in 2012 the business collapsed, and according to the most recent liquidators reports, the firm still owes more than £6m.

Yesterday, Mr Burbage claims he was not responsible for what went wrong Down Under, which saw him banned from being a director for ten years.

And then he further distanced himself from any blame surrounding the controversy involving Woolston Car Supermarket, which left dozens of customers complaining of allegedly dodgy cars and bouncing cheques.

Mr Burbage was linked to the Hazel Road dealership where he was involved in the sale of vehicles with owner Stan Rudgley until it mysteriously closed less than two weeks ago – before reopening under a new name of Fort Wallington Car Sales just 12 miles away in Fareham.

It was there that the pair were captured on a secret video camera by one angry customer to whom threats were made when he went to ask for his money back.

Dressed casually in shirt and jeans yesterday, Mr Burbage insisted that the finger is being pointed at him because of what happened to his company in Australia. He said: “Where this all stems from is Australia. It has all been blown up and blown up.”

Mr Burbage told how he thought his business there was doing well. However, he says, in 2012 stories about unpaid customers started to appear in the media, which he said scuppered a multi-million pound deal to sell the company that would have financially secured him and his family for life.

Mr Burbage said he had been too busy to supervise the company’s finances as he jetted about Australia running his nationwide business which at its peak employed 100 people.

He said: “I was thinking everything was rosy.” With hundreds left out of pocket across the country, he claims to have understood the havoc being wrought on people’s lives by the failure of his company.

He said: “I was devastated when it all went wrong – and for those people not to have been paid for their cars. They are just normal people that really did not deserve it. I mean that sincerely.”

Mr Burbage said he and wife Lorraine and their three children took the decision to quit their Brisbane home and returned to the UK – but admitted his decision to leave Australia was made because things turned ugly.

He said: “I had a nervous breakdown when all this happened. The death threats, the trauma, the media. “I can understand they wanted to report it. But when you are having a nervous breakdown you are not in the position to speak to the media.

“I was not running away. I still have a lot of friends in Australia. It was the fact I had to protect my family.

“I have had people at my house at all times of the night. I had death threats and people at my house.

“We had people putting bricks through the windows – cars vandalised.”

Appearing to hold back tears, Mr Burbage – who the New South Wales Government issued a warning about doing business with – added: “I had a complete major breakdown. You’ve got to understand that I am thinking I have financially secured myself and my children and my life and all of a sudden this has happened.

When asked if he understood the anger of people in Australia, he said: “100 per cent. I would be the same and I feel for them.”

He denied claims that he was involved in the running of Hampshire Vehicle Sales, Woolston Car Supermarket or Fort Wallington Car Sales. When asked if he was ever a business partner of Stanley Rudgley, the last listed director of Woolston Car Sales, he told us: “Not at all, not whatsoever. I never set up any company with Stan Rudgley.”

Mr Burbage said he had fallen out with him for “personal reasons” and had parted ways after Woolston Car Supermarket shut – refusing to shed any further light on the matter.

He said: “If there are any customer complaints, then they need to be directed to the people and person that is obviously involved, which I believe is Stan.

“At the end of the day, Stan has made a statement to you that he would resolve any issue with the customers. Ask them to go back to Stan and I am sure he will get it done.”

After being confronted about the footage where, along with Mr Rudgley, he threatens a customer from behind his desk, he said that he had felt threatened himself by the situation. Mr Burbage also dismissed claims he used the name of David Spearing.

“Go and have a look down on the site, he has a guy working for him [Mr Rudgley], bald and about my age. He may be David Spearing. He is very similar to me. I don’t know. But I am Richard Burbage.”

Last night Mr Rudgley was unavailable when the Daily Echo approached Fort Wallington Car Sales for a comment from him.

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11:16am Wed 29 Jan 14

gilbertratchet says...

Speaking as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploys, I can safely say that everyone that has ever posted a comment to the Echo is, in fact, Richard Burbage. Let idiocy commence.
Speaking as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploys, I can safely say that everyone that has ever posted a comment to the Echo is, in fact, Richard Burbage. Let idiocy commence. gilbertratchet
  • Score: 4

11:46am Wed 29 Jan 14

massimoosti says...

DE to swoop on Chilworth to hold every car dealer accountable for previous selling of lemons.
DE to swoop on Chilworth to hold every car dealer accountable for previous selling of lemons. massimoosti
  • Score: 0

12:04pm Wed 29 Jan 14

bigfella777 says...

What difference does it make how he was dressed?
What difference does it make how he was dressed? bigfella777
  • Score: 0

12:05pm Wed 29 Jan 14

kazb000 says...

**“I have had people at my house at all times of the night. I had death threats and people at my house.

??? Pot and kettle???

**''He denied claims that he was involved in the running of Hampshire Vehicle Sales, Woolston Car Supermarket or Fort Wallington Car Sales. When asked if he was ever a business partner of Stanley Rudgley, the last listed director of Woolston Car Sales, he told us: “Not at all, not whatsoever. I never set up any company with Stan Rudgley.”

RUBBISH LMAO! How is your faithful disciple, Mr Rudgley taking the symbolic knife you've just placed in his back??

**''“Go and have a look down on the site, he has a guy working for him , bald and about my age. He may be David Spearing. He is very similar to me. I don’t know. But I am Richard Burbage.”

OH?? and would that be the same ''DAVE'' that said only the other day you were now living in Spain??? So you came all the way back, jumping off a plane just to give us this fake rubbish interview?? All lies, lies, lies.

Your buckets riddled with holes now so stop trying to fill it. You' ve had your run of spending other peoples money. Time to be a real man and face what you've done.
**“I have had people at my house at all times of the night. I had death threats and people at my house. ??? Pot and kettle??? **''He denied claims that he was involved in the running of Hampshire Vehicle Sales, Woolston Car Supermarket or Fort Wallington Car Sales. When asked if he was ever a business partner of Stanley Rudgley, the last listed director of Woolston Car Sales, he told us: “Not at all, not whatsoever. I never set up any company with Stan Rudgley.” RUBBISH LMAO! How is your faithful disciple, Mr Rudgley taking the symbolic knife you've just placed in his back?? **''“Go and have a look down on the site, he has a guy working for him [Mr Rudgley], bald and about my age. He may be David Spearing. He is very similar to me. I don’t know. But I am Richard Burbage.” OH?? and would that be the same ''DAVE'' that said only the other day you were now living in Spain??? So you came all the way back, jumping off a plane just to give us this fake rubbish interview?? All lies, lies, lies. Your buckets riddled with holes now so stop trying to fill it. You' ve had your run of spending other peoples money. Time to be a real man and face what you've done. kazb000
  • Score: 15

12:32pm Wed 29 Jan 14

truthwillbefound says...

bigfella777 wrote:
What difference does it make how he was dressed?
Felling a bit self conscious now Richard?
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: What difference does it make how he was dressed?[/p][/quote]Felling a bit self conscious now Richard? truthwillbefound
  • Score: 3

1:18pm Wed 29 Jan 14

wwozzer says...

I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor. wwozzer
  • Score: -6

1:20pm Wed 29 Jan 14

bigfella777 says...

truthwillbefound wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
What difference does it make how he was dressed?
Felling a bit self conscious now Richard?
Yeah, I was having a bad hair day
[quote][p][bold]truthwillbefound[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: What difference does it make how he was dressed?[/p][/quote]Felling a bit self conscious now Richard?[/p][/quote]Yeah, I was having a bad hair day bigfella777
  • Score: 3

1:28pm Wed 29 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

wwozzer wrote:
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down??? K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 9

1:31pm Wed 29 Jan 14

kazb000 says...

wwozzer wrote:
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off ''

If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back!

Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly. kazb000
  • Score: 3

1:34pm Wed 29 Jan 14

wwozzer says...

K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???
£50 quid is too much to lose, kids or no kids. You've got zero chance of getting it back. All you'll do is spend more money and you'll still end up with bugger all. Let it go, move on and learn from it.
[quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???[/p][/quote]£50 quid is too much to lose, kids or no kids. You've got zero chance of getting it back. All you'll do is spend more money and you'll still end up with bugger all. Let it go, move on and learn from it. wwozzer
  • Score: 1

1:38pm Wed 29 Jan 14

wwozzer says...

kazb000 wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.
[quote][p][bold]kazb000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.[/p][/quote]I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off. wwozzer
  • Score: 0

1:39pm Wed 29 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

wwozzer wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???
£50 quid is too much to lose, kids or no kids. You've got zero chance of getting it back. All you'll do is spend more money and you'll still end up with bugger all. Let it go, move on and learn from it.
What and let the big man get away with it giving them a free ride to go and do it all over again??? To some other innocent person? Possibly yourself??? Or someone you know?? If people don't make a stand then they have won which I for one will not be letting them do
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???[/p][/quote]£50 quid is too much to lose, kids or no kids. You've got zero chance of getting it back. All you'll do is spend more money and you'll still end up with bugger all. Let it go, move on and learn from it.[/p][/quote]What and let the big man get away with it giving them a free ride to go and do it all over again??? To some other innocent person? Possibly yourself??? Or someone you know?? If people don't make a stand then they have won which I for one will not be letting them do K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 4

1:40pm Wed 29 Jan 14

bigfella777 says...

wwozzer wrote:
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
It's not the councils money it's a grant for cycling improvements
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]It's not the councils money it's a grant for cycling improvements bigfella777
  • Score: 1

1:41pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gilbertratchet says...

truthwillbefound wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
What difference does it make how he was dressed?
Felling a bit self conscious now Richard?
Rest assured, bigfella777 is a lot of things, but Richard Burbage he is not. Are you that paranoid?
[quote][p][bold]truthwillbefound[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: What difference does it make how he was dressed?[/p][/quote]Felling a bit self conscious now Richard?[/p][/quote]Rest assured, bigfella777 is a lot of things, but Richard Burbage he is not. Are you that paranoid? gilbertratchet
  • Score: 3

1:41pm Wed 29 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

wwozzer wrote:
kazb000 wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.
So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kazb000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.[/p][/quote]I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.[/p][/quote]So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 1

1:42pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gilbertratchet says...

K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
kazb000 wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.
So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this
Oh, you sound pretty dim to me.
[quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kazb000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.[/p][/quote]I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.[/p][/quote]So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this[/p][/quote]Oh, you sound pretty dim to me. gilbertratchet
  • Score: 4

1:43pm Wed 29 Jan 14

wwozzer says...

K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???
£50 quid is too much to lose, kids or no kids. You've got zero chance of getting it back. All you'll do is spend more money and you'll still end up with bugger all. Let it go, move on and learn from it.
What and let the big man get away with it giving them a free ride to go and do it all over again??? To some other innocent person? Possibly yourself??? Or someone you know?? If people don't make a stand then they have won which I for one will not be letting them do
They will do it all over again, probably for the rest of their miserable lives. Good luck to you trying to change the course of sub human nature!
[quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???[/p][/quote]£50 quid is too much to lose, kids or no kids. You've got zero chance of getting it back. All you'll do is spend more money and you'll still end up with bugger all. Let it go, move on and learn from it.[/p][/quote]What and let the big man get away with it giving them a free ride to go and do it all over again??? To some other innocent person? Possibly yourself??? Or someone you know?? If people don't make a stand then they have won which I for one will not be letting them do[/p][/quote]They will do it all over again, probably for the rest of their miserable lives. Good luck to you trying to change the course of sub human nature! wwozzer
  • Score: 1

1:46pm Wed 29 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

gilbertratchet wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
kazb000 wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.
So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this
Oh, you sound pretty dim to me.
Didn't u fall for the ploy as u so said in the first comment.how about u all jump of my back you've gone from commenting on a story to personal attack on me???? Shows how nice of people u lot are doesn't it
[quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kazb000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.[/p][/quote]I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.[/p][/quote]So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this[/p][/quote]Oh, you sound pretty dim to me.[/p][/quote]Didn't u fall for the ploy as u so said in the first comment.how about u all jump of my back you've gone from commenting on a story to personal attack on me???? Shows how nice of people u lot are doesn't it K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 0

1:48pm Wed 29 Jan 14

burbagehunter1 says...

Nice try Burbage (fat boy), when are you going to take responsibility? You're obviously a shining role model for your 3 kids!
With a track record like yours, here and in Oz, you really are delusional if you think anyone's going to believe you. You've never ever told the truth, why would you start now?
I expect Rudgely's surprised that he's suddenly been handed a car business! What a very generous man you are Burbage.
Perhaps you'll now also consider paying back over 1,200 people, businesses and employees you ripped off Down Under 2 years ago.
You're a big big man Burbage (jipper jip!)
Nice try Burbage (fat boy), when are you going to take responsibility? You're obviously a shining role model for your 3 kids! With a track record like yours, here and in Oz, you really are delusional if you think anyone's going to believe you. You've never ever told the truth, why would you start now? I expect Rudgely's surprised that he's suddenly been handed a car business! What a very generous man you are Burbage. Perhaps you'll now also consider paying back over 1,200 people, businesses and employees you ripped off Down Under 2 years ago. You're a big big man Burbage (jipper jip!) burbagehunter1
  • Score: 1

1:49pm Wed 29 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

wwozzer wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???
£50 quid is too much to lose, kids or no kids. You've got zero chance of getting it back. All you'll do is spend more money and you'll still end up with bugger all. Let it go, move on and learn from it.
What and let the big man get away with it giving them a free ride to go and do it all over again??? To some other innocent person? Possibly yourself??? Or someone you know?? If people don't make a stand then they have won which I for one will not be letting them do
They will do it all over again, probably for the rest of their miserable lives. Good luck to you trying to change the course of sub human nature!
No harm in trying is there!!!! Some people believe in fighting for what's right and won't take things lying down if even just some of us that have been mugged off get something back then that's good enough!!!
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???[/p][/quote]£50 quid is too much to lose, kids or no kids. You've got zero chance of getting it back. All you'll do is spend more money and you'll still end up with bugger all. Let it go, move on and learn from it.[/p][/quote]What and let the big man get away with it giving them a free ride to go and do it all over again??? To some other innocent person? Possibly yourself??? Or someone you know?? If people don't make a stand then they have won which I for one will not be letting them do[/p][/quote]They will do it all over again, probably for the rest of their miserable lives. Good luck to you trying to change the course of sub human nature![/p][/quote]No harm in trying is there!!!! Some people believe in fighting for what's right and won't take things lying down if even just some of us that have been mugged off get something back then that's good enough!!! K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 3

1:51pm Wed 29 Jan 14

wwozzer says...

K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
kazb000 wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.
So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this
I wouldn't be dim enough to buy a car from two fat blokes at a yard that resembles the back end of beirut who'd only been there a few months.

Call me an old cynic but I don't, never have nor will i trust a car dealer to have my best interests at heart. I would do my research, use my instincts and probably go to somewhere that had been in business for many years and was well known and respected. I wouldn't risk buying a car from people like this just to save a few quid.
[quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kazb000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.[/p][/quote]I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.[/p][/quote]So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this[/p][/quote]I wouldn't be dim enough to buy a car from two fat blokes at a yard that resembles the back end of beirut who'd only been there a few months. Call me an old cynic but I don't, never have nor will i trust a car dealer to have my best interests at heart. I would do my research, use my instincts and probably go to somewhere that had been in business for many years and was well known and respected. I wouldn't risk buying a car from people like this just to save a few quid. wwozzer
  • Score: 2

2:00pm Wed 29 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

wwozzer wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
kazb000 wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.
So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this
I wouldn't be dim enough to buy a car from two fat blokes at a yard that resembles the back end of beirut who'd only been there a few months.

Call me an old cynic but I don't, never have nor will i trust a car dealer to have my best interests at heart. I would do my research, use my instincts and probably go to somewhere that had been in business for many years and was well known and respected. I wouldn't risk buying a car from people like this just to save a few quid.
Again your using the word "dim" no need for it no one is personally attacking u so u don't need to do it to me ! If u haven't brought a car from him then why the interest?? Nothing better to do than make people feel bad for falling for the lines of a dodgy car dealer some people might have been buying a first car??? Maybe some people thought they had done enough research and checked enough reviews?? Maybe some people wasn't trying to save a few quid and thought that they was buying a decent car!stop with the pre judgements
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kazb000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.[/p][/quote]I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.[/p][/quote]So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this[/p][/quote]I wouldn't be dim enough to buy a car from two fat blokes at a yard that resembles the back end of beirut who'd only been there a few months. Call me an old cynic but I don't, never have nor will i trust a car dealer to have my best interests at heart. I would do my research, use my instincts and probably go to somewhere that had been in business for many years and was well known and respected. I wouldn't risk buying a car from people like this just to save a few quid.[/p][/quote]Again your using the word "dim" no need for it no one is personally attacking u so u don't need to do it to me ! If u haven't brought a car from him then why the interest?? Nothing better to do than make people feel bad for falling for the lines of a dodgy car dealer some people might have been buying a first car??? Maybe some people thought they had done enough research and checked enough reviews?? Maybe some people wasn't trying to save a few quid and thought that they was buying a decent car!stop with the pre judgements K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 0

2:13pm Wed 29 Jan 14

kazb000 says...

wwozzer wrote:
kazb000 wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.
Ah see thats where your wrong. Never have I bought a car off them never mind been DIM enough,, ha ha,,,
I am unlucky enough to have known them and believe me they are bad sorts
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kazb000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.[/p][/quote]I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.[/p][/quote]Ah see thats where your wrong. Never have I bought a car off them never mind been DIM enough,, ha ha,,, I am unlucky enough to have known them and believe me they are bad sorts kazb000
  • Score: 0

2:13pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gilbertratchet says...

K-I-m-m-y wrote:
gilbertratchet wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
kazb000 wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.
So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this
Oh, you sound pretty dim to me.
Didn't u fall for the ploy as u so said in the first comment.how about u all jump of my back you've gone from commenting on a story to personal attack on me???? Shows how nice of people u lot are doesn't it
Please point to the comment where I said I'd fallen for the ploy.

Your status of being a bit dim remains, I'm afraid.
[quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kazb000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.[/p][/quote]I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.[/p][/quote]So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this[/p][/quote]Oh, you sound pretty dim to me.[/p][/quote]Didn't u fall for the ploy as u so said in the first comment.how about u all jump of my back you've gone from commenting on a story to personal attack on me???? Shows how nice of people u lot are doesn't it[/p][/quote]Please point to the comment where I said I'd fallen for the ploy. Your status of being a bit dim remains, I'm afraid. gilbertratchet
  • Score: 3

2:13pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gilbertratchet says...

burbagehunter1 wrote:
Nice try Burbage (fat boy), when are you going to take responsibility? You're obviously a shining role model for your 3 kids!
With a track record like yours, here and in Oz, you really are delusional if you think anyone's going to believe you. You've never ever told the truth, why would you start now?
I expect Rudgely's surprised that he's suddenly been handed a car business! What a very generous man you are Burbage.
Perhaps you'll now also consider paying back over 1,200 people, businesses and employees you ripped off Down Under 2 years ago.
You're a big big man Burbage (jipper jip!)
Your sock puppets are showing.
[quote][p][bold]burbagehunter1[/bold] wrote: Nice try Burbage (fat boy), when are you going to take responsibility? You're obviously a shining role model for your 3 kids! With a track record like yours, here and in Oz, you really are delusional if you think anyone's going to believe you. You've never ever told the truth, why would you start now? I expect Rudgely's surprised that he's suddenly been handed a car business! What a very generous man you are Burbage. Perhaps you'll now also consider paying back over 1,200 people, businesses and employees you ripped off Down Under 2 years ago. You're a big big man Burbage (jipper jip!)[/p][/quote]Your sock puppets are showing. gilbertratchet
  • Score: 2

2:15pm Wed 29 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

gilbertratchet wrote:
Speaking as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploys, I can safely say that everyone that has ever posted a comment to the Echo is, in fact, Richard Burbage. Let idiocy commence.
"Speaks as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploy" points to the fact that u indeed "fell for the ploy"
[quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: Speaking as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploys, I can safely say that everyone that has ever posted a comment to the Echo is, in fact, Richard Burbage. Let idiocy commence.[/p][/quote]"Speaks as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploy" points to the fact that u indeed "fell for the ploy" K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 0

2:16pm Wed 29 Jan 14

wwozzer says...

wwozzer wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
kazb000 wrote:
wwozzer wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.
I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.
So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this
I wouldn't be dim enough to buy a car from two fat blokes at a yard that resembles the back end of beirut who'd only been there a few months. Call me an old cynic but I don't, never have nor will i trust a car dealer to have my best interests at heart. I would do my research, use my instincts and probably go to somewhere that had been in business for many years and was well known and respected. I wouldn't risk buying a car from people like this just to save a few quid.
Ok, maybe the phrase I'll informed or the word unlucky suits you better. Either way you've been ripped off by a couple of fly by nights, you have to at least take some responsibility, not everyone in this world is nice, cuddly and trustworthy.

This town is full of car dealers who have been in business for many years, will bend over backwards to help you and do everything to protect their reputations and keep you coming back as a customer. Why anyone would have bought a car from this bunch of tossers in Woolston is beyond me. All the warning signs were there.
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kazb000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]''A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off '' If only!! You dont know half of it do you?? You think thats all they are responsible for? They go way back! Clearly one of their kind if you defend them even slightly.[/p][/quote]I haven't defended them, they're scum IMO. However I'm not the kind to jump on the victim bandwagon of hate (which is obviously your kind) soley because I was dim enough to be ripped off.[/p][/quote]So I'm dim???? That's a quick judgement I think the word u was looking for is trusting u can't start slating the innocent people involved and surly u would feel a bit of hate had u been "dim" enough as u put it to get caught up in this[/p][/quote]I wouldn't be dim enough to buy a car from two fat blokes at a yard that resembles the back end of beirut who'd only been there a few months. Call me an old cynic but I don't, never have nor will i trust a car dealer to have my best interests at heart. I would do my research, use my instincts and probably go to somewhere that had been in business for many years and was well known and respected. I wouldn't risk buying a car from people like this just to save a few quid.[/p][/quote]Ok, maybe the phrase I'll informed or the word unlucky suits you better. Either way you've been ripped off by a couple of fly by nights, you have to at least take some responsibility, not everyone in this world is nice, cuddly and trustworthy. This town is full of car dealers who have been in business for many years, will bend over backwards to help you and do everything to protect their reputations and keep you coming back as a customer. Why anyone would have bought a car from this bunch of tossers in Woolston is beyond me. All the warning signs were there. wwozzer
  • Score: 0

2:32pm Wed 29 Jan 14

gilbertratchet says...

K-I-m-m-y wrote:
gilbertratchet wrote:
Speaking as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploys, I can safely say that everyone that has ever posted a comment to the Echo is, in fact, Richard Burbage. Let idiocy commence.
"Speaks as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploy" points to the fact that u indeed "fell for the ploy"
It points to the fact that it was a parody post, making fun of the numerous paranoid sock puppet accounts that have sprung up in the last 2 days over this story.

Note that I also said "let idiocy commence" in that same post. Thanks for fulfilling the prophecy.
[quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gilbertratchet[/bold] wrote: Speaking as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploys, I can safely say that everyone that has ever posted a comment to the Echo is, in fact, Richard Burbage. Let idiocy commence.[/p][/quote]"Speaks as a numpty who fell for this guy's ploy" points to the fact that u indeed "fell for the ploy"[/p][/quote]It points to the fact that it was a parody post, making fun of the numerous paranoid sock puppet accounts that have sprung up in the last 2 days over this story. Note that I also said "let idiocy commence" in that same post. Thanks for fulfilling the prophecy. gilbertratchet
  • Score: 1

2:45pm Wed 29 Jan 14

massimoosti says...

Just a warning to those who bought from this mob............when you get a knock on the door offering some left over tarmac to tidy up your driveway for your new car you may want to evaluate the situation a bit more carefully.


Oh............and the brand new boxed TVs offered out the back of the van are actually boxed thermalites.
Just a warning to those who bought from this mob............when you get a knock on the door offering some left over tarmac to tidy up your driveway for your new car you may want to evaluate the situation a bit more carefully. Oh............and the brand new boxed TVs offered out the back of the van are actually boxed thermalites. massimoosti
  • Score: 0

3:08pm Wed 29 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

Goes to show how shallow people can be having to jump on others misfortune you may call me dim or whatever else u may seem fit but if the shoe was on the other foot I dont think you would be so quick to do that. u sound like u are still in a playground at school does it make u feel good?? Upsetting other people?? Give yourselves a pat on the back and take a shiny gold star for your reward chart well done you!!!! Some people actually find this whole situation upsetting and you are making it worse with your rude remarks
Goes to show how shallow people can be having to jump on others misfortune you may call me dim or whatever else u may seem fit but if the shoe was on the other foot I dont think you would be so quick to do that. u sound like u are still in a playground at school does it make u feel good?? Upsetting other people?? Give yourselves a pat on the back and take a shiny gold star for your reward chart well done you!!!! Some people actually find this whole situation upsetting and you are making it worse with your rude remarks K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 1

4:16pm Wed 29 Jan 14

CarFraudster says...

Why is Burbage moving home to home leaving bills and summons behind him?

Why is Mr Burbage from his own bank account refunding for cars bought form Woolston Car Supermarket? Why is his wife registering domain names for Hampshire Vehicle Sales?

Mr rudgley says you were the controlling mind the kingpin the brains behind it all . He fell for it. Stupid boy! Hope the Courts take his current remorse and efforts to put affairs right into consideration should he face senetencing.

Similarly should Mr Burbage face sentencing that his vile, evil shallow character be taken into acoount.

Mr Rudgley is trying to put a wrong right. Mr Burbage is still denying what can be proved by simple internet searches.

The clock is ticking.
Why is Burbage moving home to home leaving bills and summons behind him? Why is Mr Burbage from his own bank account refunding for cars bought form Woolston Car Supermarket? Why is his wife registering domain names for Hampshire Vehicle Sales? Mr rudgley says you were the controlling mind the kingpin the brains behind it all . He fell for it. Stupid boy! Hope the Courts take his current remorse and efforts to put affairs right into consideration should he face senetencing. Similarly should Mr Burbage face sentencing that his vile, evil shallow character be taken into acoount. Mr Rudgley is trying to put a wrong right. Mr Burbage is still denying what can be proved by simple internet searches. The clock is ticking. CarFraudster
  • Score: 6

4:39pm Wed 29 Jan 14

CarFraudster says...

Oh and man in phot was man in office calling the shots when I visited in January. The authorties know I will stand in any Court to testify that fact.
Oh and man in phot was man in office calling the shots when I visited in January. The authorties know I will stand in any Court to testify that fact. CarFraudster
  • Score: 4

6:20pm Wed 29 Jan 14

casual_carson says...

Don't understand why these trolls (ie: wwozzer etc) commenting on here are taking an interest in this. Obviously you guys are too ignorant to empathise with the victims of this scam. To all these innocent people it isn't just being ripped off and losing out on money - to these people it's a large amount of money they can't afford to lose and most of the time end up with no car or cars that are so dangerous to drive. I have heard so many peoples personal stories now as well as experiencing my own and this is no normal dodgy car dealership and the fact that it has now come to light so others can be warned and they can stop scamming people is a good thing for everyone so why be so negative on this post? just accepting that you've made a mistake when purchasing a car and moving on is what I think makes a person "dim" because whether or not we end up getting our money back I think it's important to stop these criminals and warn others and it's when the media get involved that people are able to make a difference. When the media gets involved people like the police and trading standards tend to actually investigate and a lot of people realise they're not the only ones going through the stress. It's people power and about preventing future victims and also why should people be lazy and just let them get away with it all the time? If anything you trolls sound like selfish self -centered people who are so ignorant to what the people affected have been through. As I said it's not just some typical dodgy car dealership - yeah that's well known but I don't think many of them threaten to stab you and your family and tell you that you need witness protection. Not only money being taken but many people have gotten death threats from these crooks.
Don't understand why these trolls (ie: wwozzer etc) commenting on here are taking an interest in this. Obviously you guys are too ignorant to empathise with the victims of this scam. To all these innocent people it isn't just being ripped off and losing out on money - to these people it's a large amount of money they can't afford to lose and most of the time end up with no car or cars that are so dangerous to drive. I have heard so many peoples personal stories now as well as experiencing my own and this is no normal dodgy car dealership and the fact that it has now come to light so others can be warned and they can stop scamming people is a good thing for everyone so why be so negative on this post? just accepting that you've made a mistake when purchasing a car and moving on is what I think makes a person "dim" because whether or not we end up getting our money back I think it's important to stop these criminals and warn others and it's when the media get involved that people are able to make a difference. When the media gets involved people like the police and trading standards tend to actually investigate and a lot of people realise they're not the only ones going through the stress. It's people power and about preventing future victims and also why should people be lazy and just let them get away with it all the time? If anything you trolls sound like selfish self -centered people who are so ignorant to what the people affected have been through. As I said it's not just some typical dodgy car dealership - yeah that's well known but I don't think many of them threaten to stab you and your family and tell you that you need witness protection. Not only money being taken but many people have gotten death threats from these crooks. casual_carson
  • Score: 9

7:28pm Wed 29 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

casual_carson wrote:
Don't understand why these trolls (ie: wwozzer etc) commenting on here are taking an interest in this. Obviously you guys are too ignorant to empathise with the victims of this scam. To all these innocent people it isn't just being ripped off and losing out on money - to these people it's a large amount of money they can't afford to lose and most of the time end up with no car or cars that are so dangerous to drive. I have heard so many peoples personal stories now as well as experiencing my own and this is no normal dodgy car dealership and the fact that it has now come to light so others can be warned and they can stop scamming people is a good thing for everyone so why be so negative on this post? just accepting that you've made a mistake when purchasing a car and moving on is what I think makes a person "dim" because whether or not we end up getting our money back I think it's important to stop these criminals and warn others and it's when the media get involved that people are able to make a difference. When the media gets involved people like the police and trading standards tend to actually investigate and a lot of people realise they're not the only ones going through the stress. It's people power and about preventing future victims and also why should people be lazy and just let them get away with it all the time? If anything you trolls sound like selfish self -centered people who are so ignorant to what the people affected have been through. As I said it's not just some typical dodgy car dealership - yeah that's well known but I don't think many of them threaten to stab you and your family and tell you that you need witness protection. Not only money being taken but many people have gotten death threats from these crooks.
Well said I couldn't have said it better myself when the people was talking to me they was polite as anything but when they spoke to my partner they was rude abusive swearing at him all because we mentioned the word solicitors hopefully we can all get some justice for what those horrible people have done to so many of us I don't believe any one was "dim" enough I just think some of us thought we was buying a safe reliable car and unfortunately was wrong and had to find out the hard way
[quote][p][bold]casual_carson[/bold] wrote: Don't understand why these trolls (ie: wwozzer etc) commenting on here are taking an interest in this. Obviously you guys are too ignorant to empathise with the victims of this scam. To all these innocent people it isn't just being ripped off and losing out on money - to these people it's a large amount of money they can't afford to lose and most of the time end up with no car or cars that are so dangerous to drive. I have heard so many peoples personal stories now as well as experiencing my own and this is no normal dodgy car dealership and the fact that it has now come to light so others can be warned and they can stop scamming people is a good thing for everyone so why be so negative on this post? just accepting that you've made a mistake when purchasing a car and moving on is what I think makes a person "dim" because whether or not we end up getting our money back I think it's important to stop these criminals and warn others and it's when the media get involved that people are able to make a difference. When the media gets involved people like the police and trading standards tend to actually investigate and a lot of people realise they're not the only ones going through the stress. It's people power and about preventing future victims and also why should people be lazy and just let them get away with it all the time? If anything you trolls sound like selfish self -centered people who are so ignorant to what the people affected have been through. As I said it's not just some typical dodgy car dealership - yeah that's well known but I don't think many of them threaten to stab you and your family and tell you that you need witness protection. Not only money being taken but many people have gotten death threats from these crooks.[/p][/quote]Well said I couldn't have said it better myself when the people was talking to me they was polite as anything but when they spoke to my partner they was rude abusive swearing at him all because we mentioned the word solicitors hopefully we can all get some justice for what those horrible people have done to so many of us I don't believe any one was "dim" enough I just think some of us thought we was buying a safe reliable car and unfortunately was wrong and had to find out the hard way K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 5

8:01pm Wed 29 Jan 14

xxkazsfcxx says...

As for the comments from mr burbage himself dont even entertain them he still continues to try hurting people even now
As for the comments from mr burbage himself dont even entertain them he still continues to try hurting people even now xxkazsfcxx
  • Score: 3

8:12pm Wed 29 Jan 14

shareaboutdodgycarsales.blogspot.com says...

I'd be interested to know if all the bank statement letters I have with Director at Service 4 Life Ltd, Richard Burbages, and Ryan Overton's names with money going in and out to different accounts are linked at all. Hopefully if and when a police get hold of the the Woolston Car Supermarket scam we'll find out. Can't believe you would leave this kind of information just laying around in the wind outside, but I suppose they did move pretty quickly. Sympathy if that's what wanted from this article lies somewhere between S**t and syphilis in the English dictionary if you get my drift.
I'd be interested to know if all the bank statement letters I have with Director at Service 4 Life Ltd, Richard Burbages, and Ryan Overton's names with money going in and out to different accounts are linked at all. Hopefully if and when a police get hold of the the Woolston Car Supermarket scam we'll find out. Can't believe you would leave this kind of information just laying around in the wind outside, but I suppose they did move pretty quickly. Sympathy if that's what wanted from this article lies somewhere between S**t and syphilis in the English dictionary if you get my drift. shareaboutdodgycarsales.blogspot.com
  • Score: 7

8:27pm Wed 29 Jan 14

andysaints007 says...

wwozzer wrote:
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
TW&T with a capital T
[quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]TW&T with a capital T andysaints007
  • Score: 2

8:39pm Wed 29 Jan 14

shareaboutdodgycarsales.blogspot.com says...

andysaints007 wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
TW&T with a capital T
Maybe the train signalling problems article might be a better story for you to comment on. Probably more up your street but thanks for you input.
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]TW&T with a capital T[/p][/quote]Maybe the train signalling problems article might be a better story for you to comment on. Probably more up your street but thanks for you input. shareaboutdodgycarsales.blogspot.com
  • Score: 4

9:06pm Wed 29 Jan 14

wwozzer says...

andysaints007 wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
TW&T with a capital T
An opinion you don't like and you respond like an 11yr old. Quality.
[quote][p][bold]andysaints007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]TW&T with a capital T[/p][/quote]An opinion you don't like and you respond like an 11yr old. Quality. wwozzer
  • Score: -2

9:42pm Wed 29 Jan 14

CarFraudster says...

shareaboutdodgycarsa
les.blogspot.com
wrote:
I'd be interested to know if all the bank statement letters I have with Director at Service 4 Life Ltd, Richard Burbages, and Ryan Overton's names with money going in and out to different accounts are linked at all. Hopefully if and when a police get hold of the the Woolston Car Supermarket scam we'll find out. Can't believe you would leave this kind of information just laying around in the wind outside, but I suppose they did move pretty quickly. Sympathy if that's what wanted from this article lies somewhere between S**t and syphilis in the English dictionary if you get my drift.
You hold tight to those cahoonas Dicky.
[quote][p][bold]shareaboutdodgycarsa les.blogspot.com[/bold] wrote: I'd be interested to know if all the bank statement letters I have with Director at Service 4 Life Ltd, Richard Burbages, and Ryan Overton's names with money going in and out to different accounts are linked at all. Hopefully if and when a police get hold of the the Woolston Car Supermarket scam we'll find out. Can't believe you would leave this kind of information just laying around in the wind outside, but I suppose they did move pretty quickly. Sympathy if that's what wanted from this article lies somewhere between S**t and syphilis in the English dictionary if you get my drift.[/p][/quote]You hold tight to those cahoonas Dicky. CarFraudster
  • Score: 3

9:50pm Wed 29 Jan 14

massimoosti says...

Fools and their money...........

That woolston site was just about one notch above the cars parked for sale at Millbrook roundabout.
Fools and their money........... That woolston site was just about one notch above the cars parked for sale at Millbrook roundabout. massimoosti
  • Score: 0

12:55am Thu 30 Jan 14

casual_carson says...

massimoosti says...

Fools and their money...........

That woolston site was just about one notch above the cars parked for sale at Millbrook roundabout.


- You're a bit of a fool with obviously nothing better to do for continuing to comment and follow all of these articles when it has nothing to do with you and you clearly just want to wind up the people that were affected instead... which achieves what exactly...? When you don't know the all the details of something I don't think you can have the right to prejudge and label every single person who bought a car from them. It's not just a "few people affected as well, there might only show the story of 3 people but there are hundreds of peoples who have been scammed dating back to webuyanycar scam in austrailia to all the innocent people they scammed all throughout last year. You're input helps nothing so why do you bother - maybe find a different article to troll because it's incredibly insincere to the people who had to go through the abuse and there are actually people here who want to be pro-active about making a difference and bringing these guys to justice. Everyone is obviously entitled to their opinion but you seem to be repeating the same ignorant comment over and over... we get it now move on. Negativity should be aimed at these criminals not the people they screwed over I think they've suffered enough no need for the stupid comments - they don't exactly highlight your intelligence
massimoosti says... Fools and their money........... That woolston site was just about one notch above the cars parked for sale at Millbrook roundabout. - You're a bit of a fool with obviously nothing better to do for continuing to comment and follow all of these articles when it has nothing to do with you and you clearly just want to wind up the people that were affected instead... which achieves what exactly...? When you don't know the all the details of something I don't think you can have the right to prejudge and label every single person who bought a car from them. It's not just a "few people affected as well, there might only show the story of 3 people but there are hundreds of peoples who have been scammed dating back to webuyanycar scam in austrailia to all the innocent people they scammed all throughout last year. You're input helps nothing so why do you bother - maybe find a different article to troll because it's incredibly insincere to the people who had to go through the abuse and there are actually people here who want to be pro-active about making a difference and bringing these guys to justice. Everyone is obviously entitled to their opinion but you seem to be repeating the same ignorant comment over and over... we get it now move on. Negativity should be aimed at these criminals not the people they screwed over I think they've suffered enough no need for the stupid comments - they don't exactly highlight your intelligence casual_carson
  • Score: 5

11:55am Thu 30 Jan 14

huckit P says...

K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???
Bit stupid forking out 2000 quid on a lemon from a bombsite boy in the first place. Just look at the place. Anyone with half a brain would expect to be ripped off there.
[quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???[/p][/quote]Bit stupid forking out 2000 quid on a lemon from a bombsite boy in the first place. Just look at the place. Anyone with half a brain would expect to be ripped off there. huckit P
  • Score: -2

12:12pm Thu 30 Jan 14

K-I-m-m-y says...

huckit P wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???
Bit stupid forking out 2000 quid on a lemon from a bombsite boy in the first place. Just look at the place. Anyone with half a brain would expect to be ripped off there.
For goodness sake, u can get ripped of by anyone even some geezer selling a car on the side of a street it's a risk you take, when I went and viewed the car there was nothing out of place for me to suspect anything as I hadn't brought a car from a garage before I don't live in the Southampton area so don't really have people I could of asked so went on my own judgement and I was wrong so what u don't all need to make judgement that I'm dim or have half a brain all I'm worried about is that my kids didn't come to harm in that car and getting some justice now if u want to keep calling people names them go ahead just shows your shallow nature and immaturity save your nasty comments for the people that caused this I am a victim of these people and don't appreciate narrow minded people just assuming that everyone should know the best place to get a car from not everyone person in the world is as smart and clever as all you lot as you quite happily like to point out
[quote][p][bold]huckit P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???[/p][/quote]Bit stupid forking out 2000 quid on a lemon from a bombsite boy in the first place. Just look at the place. Anyone with half a brain would expect to be ripped off there.[/p][/quote]For goodness sake, u can get ripped of by anyone even some geezer selling a car on the side of a street it's a risk you take, when I went and viewed the car there was nothing out of place for me to suspect anything as I hadn't brought a car from a garage before I don't live in the Southampton area so don't really have people I could of asked so went on my own judgement and I was wrong so what u don't all need to make judgement that I'm dim or have half a brain all I'm worried about is that my kids didn't come to harm in that car and getting some justice now if u want to keep calling people names them go ahead just shows your shallow nature and immaturity save your nasty comments for the people that caused this I am a victim of these people and don't appreciate narrow minded people just assuming that everyone should know the best place to get a car from not everyone person in the world is as smart and clever as all you lot as you quite happily like to point out K-I-m-m-y
  • Score: 5

8:07pm Thu 30 Jan 14

shareaboutdodgycarsales.blogspot.com says...

K-I-m-m-y wrote:
huckit P wrote:
K-I-m-m-y wrote:
wwozzer wrote:
I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day.

Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!?

You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.
£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???
Bit stupid forking out 2000 quid on a lemon from a bombsite boy in the first place. Just look at the place. Anyone with half a brain would expect to be ripped off there.
For goodness sake, u can get ripped of by anyone even some geezer selling a car on the side of a street it's a risk you take, when I went and viewed the car there was nothing out of place for me to suspect anything as I hadn't brought a car from a garage before I don't live in the Southampton area so don't really have people I could of asked so went on my own judgement and I was wrong so what u don't all need to make judgement that I'm dim or have half a brain all I'm worried about is that my kids didn't come to harm in that car and getting some justice now if u want to keep calling people names them go ahead just shows your shallow nature and immaturity save your nasty comments for the people that caused this I am a victim of these people and don't appreciate narrow minded people just assuming that everyone should know the best place to get a car from not everyone person in the world is as smart and clever as all you lot as you quite happily like to point out
The more this goes on the less likely they are to rip others off. I for one want to keep their names high up on a Google search

http://shareaboutdod
gycarsales.blogspot.
co.uk/
[quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]huckit P[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]K-I-m-m-y[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wwozzer[/bold] wrote: I can't believe this s still going on. A couple of pie eating wide boys rip a few punters off (who should have known better really looking at the state of their old pitch in woolston, I wouldn't have scrapped a car there let alone tried to buy one!) and it's in the echo day after day. Soton city council spunking 1.7 million quid on a special lane for the lycra brigade causing months of traffic chaos got less coverage than this!? You lost some money, get over it. Caveat emptor.[/p][/quote]£2000 when u have kids is a lot of money too lose out on I'm sure if u was ripped of by a con Man U wouldn't just take it lying down???[/p][/quote]Bit stupid forking out 2000 quid on a lemon from a bombsite boy in the first place. Just look at the place. Anyone with half a brain would expect to be ripped off there.[/p][/quote]For goodness sake, u can get ripped of by anyone even some geezer selling a car on the side of a street it's a risk you take, when I went and viewed the car there was nothing out of place for me to suspect anything as I hadn't brought a car from a garage before I don't live in the Southampton area so don't really have people I could of asked so went on my own judgement and I was wrong so what u don't all need to make judgement that I'm dim or have half a brain all I'm worried about is that my kids didn't come to harm in that car and getting some justice now if u want to keep calling people names them go ahead just shows your shallow nature and immaturity save your nasty comments for the people that caused this I am a victim of these people and don't appreciate narrow minded people just assuming that everyone should know the best place to get a car from not everyone person in the world is as smart and clever as all you lot as you quite happily like to point out[/p][/quote]The more this goes on the less likely they are to rip others off. I for one want to keep their names high up on a Google search http://shareaboutdod gycarsales.blogspot. co.uk/ shareaboutdodgycarsales.blogspot.com
  • Score: 4

10:02pm Thu 30 Jan 14

obviouslynot says...

HA! he always referred to himself as david to me and said he was the owner of the garage! and he was the one threatening to take us out the back and cut our heads off in front of my 3 year old daughter. He did not feel threatened then! Ugh, making my blood boil.
HA! he always referred to himself as david to me and said he was the owner of the garage! and he was the one threatening to take us out the back and cut our heads off in front of my 3 year old daughter. He did not feel threatened then! Ugh, making my blood boil. obviouslynot
  • Score: 3

11:09pm Thu 30 Jan 14

CarFraudster says...

RICHARD D J BURBAGE
England & Wales marriages 1837-2008

Collections from
Great Britain
Country
England

County
Hampshire
Year
1994

District
SOUTHAMPTON
Spouse
SPEARING

So Dave Spearing is yur lookalike Brother in Law. Perhaps?
RICHARD D J BURBAGE England & Wales marriages 1837-2008 Collections from Great Britain Country England County Hampshire Year 1994 District SOUTHAMPTON Spouse SPEARING So Dave Spearing is yur lookalike Brother in Law. Perhaps? CarFraudster
  • Score: 2

8:30pm Tue 4 Feb 14

shareaboutdodgycarsales.blogspot.com says...

Service 4 Life Ltd T/A Fort Wallington Car Sales changes address to same address as Woolston Car Supermarket. http://www.companies
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Service 4 Life Ltd T/A Fort Wallington Car Sales changes address to same address as Woolston Car Supermarket. http://www.companies intheuk.co.uk/ltd/se rvice-4-life http://shareaboutdod gycarsales.blogspot. co.uk/ shareaboutdodgycarsales.blogspot.com
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