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BM4ever
04-09-2006, 01:18 PM
Exactly what the title says..

This is the real deal I'm trading in my car to the OWNER and he's giving me a $10,000 Gift certificate, this will be certified under your name no expiry date..

They have the biggest and the best selection around. Everything would be finalized legally with the owner you can even have your lawyer come and sign a contract of your own...

HERE IS THE SITE
www.mrbilliard.com
They are located in Mississauga

ASKING $7,500

BM4ever
04-10-2006, 01:39 PM
Anyone????

This is TAX FREE so really your getting $11,500

They will come and set it up and deliver it for FREE..

Some one could use a table or 2 or even re-sale them and make a killing...

AlpWhitE46
04-10-2006, 03:52 PM
just wondering,
- why would you be selling your car for a gift certificate...
- and why would you lower the price so much?

BM4ever
04-10-2006, 05:12 PM
just wondering,
- why would you be selling your car for a gift certificate...
- and why would you lower the price so much?

No need to wonder

I got a good deal, my loss is your gain...

If U R interested we can go shopping together this way u have the tangibles in hand..

Meegis
04-10-2006, 11:25 PM
Anyone????

This is TAX FREE so really your getting $11,500

They will come and set it up and deliver it for FREE..

Some one could use a table or 2 or even re-sale them and make a killing...

Gift certificates are not taxed. So advertising it at 11,500 is NOT correct.

Hamann3
04-11-2006, 11:05 PM
Gift certificates are not taxed. So advertising it at 11,500 is NOT correct.
He obviously knows the owner, I'd doubt he walked in there and asked if they are interested in a trade in lol...

Why don't you just go there with em..

BM4ever
04-12-2006, 10:34 PM
Price Drop $6500 FIRM

Your getting $11,500 on the certificate or purchase anything during the transaction totally up to you...

Meegis
04-13-2006, 10:07 PM
Price Drop $6500 FIRM

Your getting $11,500 on the certificate or purchase anything during the transaction totally up to you...

So the gift certificate is for 11,500 NOT 10,000? :confused:

I am just trying to clarify with you, and it seems you jumped totals on me.

A $10,000 gift certificate is NOT worth $11,500, taxes are not applicable.

Please clarify what is exactly written on the gift certificate.