Gov Agency Doing Fraud Investigation Needs Original Car Dealer Ad From This Site

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Asked by Nov 19, 2016 at 12:17 PM about the 2005 Toyota RAV4 Base 4WD

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

I bought a car that was advertised on this site. I had originally saved the car's
ad but unfortunately back-up failed and we lost it when C drive died. I know
that you don't keep archives but gov agencies recover deleted files off of
computer systems/servers all the time. It was only time car dealer had his
name attached to this car. He was very careful to not put it on paperwork he
forged somebody else's name on who had originally sold car. He wanted that
seller to be blamed for fraud. I am a disabled U.S. Army soldier, it was all the
money I had to buy a car. I can't get to doctor, pharmacy, store, school, work
etc. because there is no public transportation. We absolutely need to have
that online ad so we need to know your software you were running and who
is your IT guy. You would be contacted by gov agency. It's super duper
important in proving this fraud which violated that state's laws. You would not
be involved in investigation because you didn't place ad, they did. The so-
called private sale person didn't place the ad. They had me pay somebody
else whose name wasn't on Title (they didn't do Title Transfer) and they
forged Bill of Sale in original owner's name they are trying to say sold me the
car. It's a major elaborate fraud. But I don't have any more money to buy a
car. I asked for refund within on hr but was lied to again. All took place on car
dealer's lot with their full knowledge since they put up fraudulent ad in first
place. If I can prove fraud I can get different car off of your site from
someone who isn't crooked. I have already saved several ones from here
that I like. This is very very serious. We need your help. There is NO public
transportation and I can't get anywhere. I never have been through this in my
life. It cost me alot of money to get down there for a car that wasn't worth
$140 which is what the junker offered. They claimed $5600KBB. If I can get
my money back and get a different car I want to drive for Uber. I can have
the gov agency contact you after we find out from your IT guys how to
recover this deleted car dealer ad. You wouldn't be involved in it other than
providing us a copy of the original ad. You didn't cause problems, they did.

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