why will no one respond to requests for return phone calls.

Asked by Dec 20, 2013 at 12:30 PM

Question type: General

I have asked over and over for someone to give me a call to no end.  I would like to someone to explain how this CarGurus works.  I do not believe you even have any used cars available or are interested in selling cars. I don't know what you gimmick is but someone had better figure out home to stop the emails to dsteele@nc.rr.com or call me at 9194880520 or the email will be reported as spam.  I have done everything to get someone to call me regarding many of your used vehicles but not one dealer will call.

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...well I am responding....and am not SPAM...it is rare to find a non-dealer offering there...everyone has cars in their "my garage" and are assessed for value, like it or not~ it's obvious if they try to return your email is BLOCKED by the spam blocker~...just look up that dealer and talk to 'em~

there is NO gimmick here...punch the bullhorn orange Feedback in the lower right corner...these beautiful people are eager to help you~ these cargurus do not get paid but their offerings are strictly from a data-base of automotive know-hows~ buy a Toyota...they don't break down and leave you stranded~


If you’re receiving unwanted emails of any sort, the best way to unsubscribe is to click the “Unsubscribe” link at the bottom of any of the emails. You can also unsubscribe from the “Settings” link in your garage, if you have a CarGurus user account. If you don’t want to fully unsubscribe but want to stop receiving certain types of emails, navigate to the “Settings” link in your garage. You’ll see a section dedicated to email settings where you’ll be able to opt out (or in) to the different types of emails sent. ---- you can also contact admin by pressing the orange feedback bull horn at bottom right side of any page. Sorry for your issues. Sure hope they can help you out.

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If u don't like the program change the channel Hun best to find another ave!

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NO. there aren't ANY cars left...you with me?

cannot tell you the number of times that an extraordinary vehicle with low- miles and is asking HOW much can I get?....for a unique older than 25 years is gonna be a crapshoot~....even if garaged the whole time....so do not ask us, the furthest removed....a picture helps but you cannot tell if this were a pizza delivery vehicle...you cannot smell that one~....seems like I always get emotionally involved...like I gotta have that one....fact is there are SKADS of used cars....keep rendering them for the steel...'cept I ain't seen nothin'...there has been NO style anymore....used to look forward to the next year's design....that all came crashing down when Cadillac offered the Cimarron.....Sheesh, what a hunk of junk~ cars always look the same "aerodynamic"....my a&#~

No rollbar (no need for handling)...Single cylinder brakes (still stopped the car) you could downshift the Jet-a-way transmission anyways...NO seatbelts....what for?, you aren't gonna crash~ no head restraints (not needed before NADER)...and a couch-like front seat and back seat with a clever pattern emblazoned on the backrests...Two steel ashtrays one (the letter P) and the (the letter C) flipped down...no a/c but had crank wing windows with an extra crank there for them....push-button AM radio with MATCHING style knobs....very stylish and Jetsons tech style~ GOT creeeemed in Milwaukee in 1986....still my first love....will never find another one with only 86,000 miles on it like mine had~


Maybe not a good idea to post your email and phone number in a general forum where everyone can see either. Expect to get more Spam.

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