• Report:  #1529981

Complaint Review: ReposGrandcompLLC - Salt Lake City UT

Reported By:
Charles - Pipe Creek, TX, United States

One Utah Center 201 S Main St Salt Lake City, 84111 UT, United States
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Website shows Inventory with running clock for auction items. You have to submit a copy of DL for registration to identfy you has an actual buyer with yoir contact informaiton. Once you bid on somethiong and you are the winner. They will call and email you of your winnings and send you an invoice of the direction of payment. Once they have confirmmed your payment they will call you and email you with a confirmation and direction that the items will be delivered. After the date has past no delivery, no email response, leasve messages then the phone goes busy. Total scam

4 Updates & Rebuttals


United States
Too Bad, Einstein!

#2Consumer Comment

Tue, January 02, 2024

If you just can't stand the FACT others have more FINANCIAL COMMON SENSE than you do, then don't post on a public site since it's quite obvious YOU CANNOT HANDLE THE TRUTH!


Pipe Creek,
United States

#3Author of original report

Wed, December 06, 2023

Appreciate all the rude remarks. You are obviuosly a specialist at everythin you do and have no consideration for anyone that makes a mistake and is only trying to help others not do the same thing. Your opinion is not wanted nor helpful to stop the problem. 


United States
First Off....

#4Consumer Comment

Tue, December 05, 2023

 You wanted to buy a USED CAR sight unseen via the internet??? You need to have your head examined!!!


United States
Seriously? It's a very obvious scam

#5General Comment

Mon, December 04, 2023

 I guess you are too illiterate to notice the broken English? Or the fact that it's a very half-assed WordPress blog? Or the fact that all the auctions end at the same time within the next 24 hours? Or the fact that they have a bogus address? Or the bizarre requirement to send a selfie of yourself holding your driver license? Or the fact that these are supposedly repossessed vehicles, yet all of them have professional photos and a description that's far too detailed to be from a repo company? Not to mention that their vehicles are far too high-end to be repos. 99% of repos are boring regular cars, not Jaguars and Porsches. Oh, and auctioned vehicles generally don't come with free delivery, free inspection period, and free 6 month warranty. Especially not if they are repos, where the seller may not even have the keys. Anyway, if you are dumb enough to fall for this, I don't even know what to say. You need to stay away from the Internet.

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