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Anthony
03-21-2019
09:25 PM ET (US)
Thank You Markus for such a quick response. I had a feeling your answer would be exactly what it was. Thank you. Buying your system now and hoping it is easy and works. Promise to post after our experience. Thank you.
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Markus AllenPerson was signed in when posted
03-21-2019
07:57 PM ET (US)
Hey hey Anthony,

We never want to step foot into a dealership - so no... my clients avoid trade-ins like the plague. Instead, I show my clients how to get Wall-Street-funded car buying services to bid on our trades. Highest bidder wins. They swing by our home or office and take away our trades on a flat-bed tow truck. They either hand us a check, Fedex us a check or direct deposit their offer - usually by the next day.

And:

Leasing has SO SO SO many advantages over buying... even if we drive a lot of miles.

And no... you cannot hire me to do this. I would need a broker's license. (Quite frankly, my system is super simple to use... no need to hire me for anything). Just use my system and get your new car delivered to your home (or office) in as little as 36 hours.

- markus
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Anthony
03-21-2019
07:36 PM ET (US)
Hi Markus, Wow super impressed by what you are saying. Even have family as a general manager of multiple dealerships and feel what you are saying is more consumer truthful. We are looking at leasing (we have always bought in past) 2 land rovers - Range Rover velar and full size Range Rover. We have two cars, paid in full, that we would normally trade in (Audi q 5 and Mercedes GLE Coupe). Two questions. Does your system allow for trade ins? Can we just hire you to do this for us? Would love to go to family member in the industry and loudly share the success.
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Markus AllenPerson was signed in when posted
03-19-2019
09:12 AM ET (US)
Hey hey Sarah,

Here is the oldest joke in the book...

How do you know when a car seller is lying - their lips are moving.

That would be my reply to your question.

- markus
Edited 03-19-2019 09:30 AM
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Sarah
03-19-2019
09:07 AM ET (US)
Morning, Markus. I just got a letter in the mail from my dealer who is saying on one day only (this saturday - with lots of exclamation points), they'll give me an additional $6k over my residual value. Of course, if I did that this weekend, it would leave me without a car, but I imagine this is just another dealer trick, right? I hear your voice in my head, but this is also more than I could get for my car elsewhere based on past research. Thoughts? Thanks in advance! - Sarah
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Markus AllenPerson was signed in when posted
03-15-2019
06:44 AM ET (US)
Hey jsymes,

Yes. US Bank will not allow 3rd-party buyouts.

You can buy it out first, then sell it to a 3rd party buying service. But this is a risky strategy. From what you are telling me, I would just turn the vehicle in and be done with it.

- markus
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jsymes
03-14-2019
11:54 PM ET (US)
Hey Markus! I'm nearing the end of my 3 yr lease on a Ram 1500 (2016). My lease is with US Bank. I was considering flipping the truck but I'd need to negotiate a lower buyout than my residual value/buyout price to have some equity. If they are firm on their pricing then it would make better sense for me to turn it in.

Here's my concern: I've read that US Bank leases are not able to be sold to the highest bidder, that US Bank doesn't negotiate the buyout price, and that if I were to turn it in they kill you on damage fees.

I'm trying to figure out the best route to go!
Edited 03-14-2019 11:58 PM
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Markus AllenPerson was signed in when posted
03-12-2019
09:46 AM ET (US)
Hey rhoolyn,

Yes, I would give flipping a try. You have nothing to lose and hundreds... even thousands to gain.

With a flip, you do not turn in your Passat. Instead, a car buying service will bring a flat-bed tow truck to your home or office and whisk it away.

Remember, if you are my client - I give you access to my list of Wall-Street funded car buying services... sorted state by state:
https://www.leasemorecarforlessmoney.com/KTL-order/

- markus
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rhoolynn@yahoo.com
03-12-2019
09:41 AM ET (US)
My lease is almost up with vw..paperwork says I have to turn into vw dealorship but I want to try flipping, or turning into possibly honda for used civic and seeing how much they will give, its a 2015 passat with only 16,000 miles and Ive found over years vwag had become real shady with alot of issues since diesle crisis especially!!
Edited 03-12-2019 09:43 AM
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Markus AllenPerson was signed in when posted
03-06-2019
01:57 PM ET (US)
Hey Alex,

My system only works with new car leases. So no. I would not get my system until you get back on your feet.

- markus
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Alex
03-06-2019
01:55 PM ET (US)
Hey Markus, Alex with the RAV4 again, we're looking to get out of that lease, but our budget won't allow for a new car ATM, is it still worth it to purchase your system, will it work for this particular situation?
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Markus AllenPerson was signed in when posted
03-05-2019
09:40 PM ET (US)
Ah, I see what you are saying now Ricardo... the Gross Cap Cost. Yes... the difference of $733 is for extras/options, etc.

- markus
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Ricardo
03-05-2019
09:33 PM ET (US)
Gross cap cost is $23321 and value is 22588. Maybe they had something added in like an accessory?
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Markus AllenPerson was signed in when posted
03-05-2019
09:01 PM ET (US)
Hey Ricardo,

Can you tell me what the exact number of the "agreed upon value" is - I do not see it. Also, can you tell me what the other number is... there are multiple "A" rows.

- markus
Edited 03-05-2019 09:16 PM
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Ricardo
03-05-2019
08:14 PM ET (US)
It’s in the image of the lease agreement :)
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Markus AllenPerson was signed in when posted
03-05-2019
05:54 PM ET (US)
Hey Ricardo,

Can you help me out... I did not see an "agreed upon value" here:
https://www.leasemorecarforlessmoney.com/c...greement-explained/

- markus
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